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myusername's solutions for https://adventofcode.com/

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advent-of-code-sample:

Provides a working example plugin structure for using the aoc runner script provided by advent-of-code-data.

The aoc runner allows you to easily verify your Advent of Code solutions against multiple datasets, or verify other user's code against your own dataset.

$ cat ~/.config/aocd/tokens.json  # create this file with some auth tokens
{
    "github": "53616c7465645f5f0775...",
    "google": "53616c7465645f5f7238...",
    "reddit": "53616c7465645f5ff7c8...",
    "twitter": "53616c7465645f5fa524..."
}
$ pip install ~/src/advent-of-code-sample  # install the directory which contains your setup.py file
...
$ pip install -q advent-of-code-wim  # can also install some other user's code if you want..?
...
$ aoc --years 2015 --days 3 4 11    # run it!
   0.25s   2015/3  - Perfectly Spherical Houses in a Vacuum            wim/github    ✔ part a: 2565                             ✔ part b: 2639
   0.11s   2015/3  - Perfectly Spherical Houses in a Vacuum            wim/google    ✔ part a: 2592                             ✔ part b: 2360
   0.12s   2015/3  - Perfectly Spherical Houses in a Vacuum            wim/reddit    ✔ part a: 2592                             ✔ part b: 2360
   0.12s   2015/3  - Perfectly Spherical Houses in a Vacuum            wim/twitter   ✔ part a: 2565                             ✔ part b: 2639
   0.12s   2015/3  - Perfectly Spherical Houses in a Vacuum     myusername/github    ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: 2565)            ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: 2639)
   0.12s   2015/3  - Perfectly Spherical Houses in a Vacuum     myusername/google    ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: 2592)            ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: 2360)
   0.11s   2015/3  - Perfectly Spherical Houses in a Vacuum     myusername/reddit    ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: 2592)            ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: 2360)
   0.11s   2015/3  - Perfectly Spherical Houses in a Vacuum     myusername/twitter   ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: 2565)            ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: 2639)
   9.04s   2015/4  - The Ideal Stocking Stuffer                        wim/github    ✔ part a: 254575                           ✔ part b: 1038736
  25.43s   2015/4  - The Ideal Stocking Stuffer                        wim/google    ✔ part a: 117946                           ✔ part b: 3938038
  12.20s   2015/4  - The Ideal Stocking Stuffer                        wim/reddit    ✔ part a: 254575                           ✔ part b: 1038736
  47.67s   2015/4  - The Ideal Stocking Stuffer                        wim/twitter   ✔ part a: 282749                           ✔ part b: 9962624
   0.12s   2015/4  - The Ideal Stocking Stuffer                 myusername/github    ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: 254575)          ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: 1038736)
   0.12s   2015/4  - The Ideal Stocking Stuffer                 myusername/google    ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: 117946)          ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: 3938038)
   0.12s   2015/4  - The Ideal Stocking Stuffer                 myusername/reddit    ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: 254575)          ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: 1038736)
   0.12s   2015/4  - The Ideal Stocking Stuffer                 myusername/twitter   ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: 282749)          ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: 9962624)
   6.17s   2015/11 - Corporate Policy                                  wim/github    ✔ part a: vzbxxyzz                         ✔ part b: vzcaabcc
   6.26s   2015/11 - Corporate Policy                                  wim/google    ✔ part a: cqjxxyzz                         ✔ part b: cqkaabcc
   4.69s   2015/11 - Corporate Policy                                  wim/reddit    ✔ part a: hxbxxyzz                         ✔ part b: hxcaabcc
   5.75s   2015/11 - Corporate Policy                                  wim/twitter   ✔ part a: hxbxxyzz                         ✔ part b: hxcaabcc
   0.11s   2015/11 - Corporate Policy                           myusername/github    ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: vzbxxyzz)        ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: vzcaabcc)
   0.12s   2015/11 - Corporate Policy                           myusername/google    ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: cqjxxyzz)        ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: cqkaabcc)
   0.11s   2015/11 - Corporate Policy                           myusername/reddit    ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: hxbxxyzz)        ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: hxcaabcc)
   0.12s   2015/11 - Corporate Policy                           myusername/twitter   ✖ part a: 1234 (expected: hxbxxyzz)        ✖ part b: 5678 (expected: hxcaabcc)

How to hook into your code:

The aoc runner uses setuptools' dynamic discovery of services and plugins feature to locate and run your code. Define your plugin's entry point in setup.py. The group name to use is "adventofcode.user":

# setup.py
from setuptools import setup

setup(
    ...
    entry_points={"adventofcode.user": ["myusername = mypackage:mysolve"]},
)

Change mypackage to whatever package or module name is used to import your stuff. The name mysolve should resolve to a callable in your package's namespace which accepts three named arguments year, day, data (any order ok) and returns two values, e.g.:

def mysolve(year, day, data):
    ...
    return part_a_answer, part_b_answer

Inside the entry-point you can do whatever you need in order to delegate to your code. For example, write out data to a scratch file then run a script, or import a function and just pass in the data directly as an argument. The only requirement is that this entry-point should return a tuple of two values, with the answers for that day's puzzle, the rest is up to you. You could fork this repo and edit it, or just write your own plugin manually.

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