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Old 2007-12-16, 01:09   #6
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Originally Posted by monst View Post
Geoff, another approach for the interim could be to lift the restriction in gcwsieve to be able to read in MultiSieve files with multiple bases in them. I'm not suggesting sieving multiple bases, just reading in the multiple-base MultiSieve file and writing out multiple single-base files in the 3 formats supported -- based on the current rules you have in gcwsieve (existance of --multisieve switch and variable or fixed C).

Your thoughts?
It would be easier for me to write a small program to split the variable-b ABC file into multiple fixed-b files. (There is probably a unix command that does it already :-). You could then invoke gcwsieve seperately for each file. Would that do?

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