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Old 2009-11-03, 22:10   #1
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Hi Rogue,

I've been searching for Multisieve, I want to use one of the funky sieves in there, k*b^b-1. But I've been having some trouble. The latest version that I could find was version 5.5 - April 28, 2004. Would there be a newer one available?

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Old 2009-11-04, 03:38   #2
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You can find 5.8 here.

I am no longer actively developing it.
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Old 2009-11-04, 18:19   #3
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You can find 5.8 here.

I am no longer actively developing it.
on that webpage in the phrot paragraph there is an out of date link to srsieve
http://sites.google.com/site/<program-name>, e.g. http://sites.google.com/site/sr2sieve is the new place
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You can find 5.8 here.

I am no longer actively developing it.
Thanks for the link, I got the program.

Cheers, Willem.
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