gTuring project is a Turing Machine simulator for GNOME.
Any empty line or any line beginning with a hash (#) is ignored. In other case, five tokens, each separated by a space, are expected. These are the state number, the expected symbol, the symbol to write, the direction to move, and the new state. Anything following these tokens is ignored.
Expected symbols and symbols to write can be any printable character. The blank character is represented by the underscore (_). States are integer numbers, starting from 0. The possible directions to move are left and right, represented by 'l' and 'r', respectively.
The machine starts at state 0 and stops when it cannot find the new state or the new state doesn't expect the read symbol.
What's New in This Release:
· First release after the porting to GNOME2 started.
· New table with machine's states with better interface. Yu can edit the states, but not add new ones.