[Circle] [Code Needed] Who port...

From: Bodega (bodega@petstore.staffairs.andrews.edu)
Date: 08/27/96

I was wondering if anyone has a patch that will allow you to runn a who port
for your mud. By a who port I mean...You're mud is running on port 4000,
then you start this whho port running on 4001...so when people type
telnet my.mud 4001 they get a listing of all the visable players connected
to port 4000. I hope that made sense. I've seen this done on other muds,
and was wondering if anyone has done it for circle... If not I suppose
I could try to create this using sign.c as a template.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Oh, I had one other quick question that just popped into my head. Has anyone
given player skills to mobs? If so, could you please give me a brief summary
on how you did it? I'm not looking for code, just thoughts...and no I'm not
going to make a bunch of flags and flag the mobs for certain skills.
Thanks in advance,

email me at: Bodega@petstore.staffairs.andrews.edu
visit petstore mud at: 4000 -> still under construction

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Subject: Re: [Circle] [Newbie] Running under Win95 
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Precedence: bulk> I've got a problem, you see, I don't have a Unix platform, therefore, I> haven't attepted to run GNUZip under Win95 (from what I've heard, GZip or> whatever only runs under MSDOS, Unix, etc), so how do you suggest I downl> some tar.gz whatever. files (like most of the CM FTP Site files I can DL

    get gzip.zip, which is a zip file containing a DOS executable that will
    gunzip files...  so you can use WinZip on gzip.zip, giving you gzip.exe
    and gzip.doc.  Then you run gzip.exe on your .tgz files.

Or just download circle30bpl11.zip.  Starting a couple of patchlevels 
ago, each archive is distributed both in .tar.gz and in .zip format (at 
the official site, anyway, which is ftp.circlemud.org:/pub/CircleMUD)

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