Re: patching

From: Adam Days (
Date: 03/27/96

Ok you've got a file that looks something like these
patch.pl8-9 and patch.pl9-10  (may not be exact)
and you've got your basic circlemud directory that looks like this:

circle-30bpl8 or something similar to that.

what you need to do is this:
1.  unzip the patch and/or tar if need be
2.  move the patch right next to the circledirectory so when you type ls
    you'll see this:
circle-30bpl8/   patch.pl8-9

3.  type patch < patch.pl8-9 (or whatever the patchname is).
4.  that should do it if not write again.  To everyone else if I've left 
    something out feel free to correct me.

GOOD LUCK !!!! :-)

On Wed, 27 Mar 1996, Pedro Saputo wrote:

>  Hi everybody!
> Nice to talk you again with another problem!
> can you tell me if i have the code base ot level 8 i need to patch level 9 and 10 or just 10 will be enought?
> ok can a person with a lot of patience explain me exactly the to patch?
> Great Thanks!
> Vicenc Ila Juarez
> Implementor of DifferentMud 
> E-mail

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