Re: [Circle] Problem with new.do_who.diff Patch...

From: Superman (
Date: 11/07/96

On Thu, 7 Nov 1996, Nicholas S. Wourms wrote:

> Dear Coders,
> 	I just tried to implement new.do_who.diff into my mud.  Of course it 
> would completely patch correctly, so I had to do some manual patching.  
> After patching I tried to compile, but ran into this error:
> make ../bin/circle
> gcc -c -g -O   act.informative.c
> act.informative.c:1403: unterminated character constant
> *** Error code 1
> Here is the lines from act.informative.c (Lines:  1402 & 1403):
>     if (!found)
>       send_to_char("Couldn't find any such thing.\r\n", ch);
> Any help in solving this problem would be EXTREMELY HELPFUL!  I would 
> like to extend thanks to anyone who even reads this.  I hope someone can 
> give me a hint at the nature of this problem.
	Somewhere in the code ABOVE line 1403, there is a " that hasnt 
been closed properly. It could almost really be anywhere. Since the only 
thing you changed was the do_who, look throught the whole do_who routine. 
Close the " properly and that should solve it.

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