Re: [HELP]Poof* saves with ascii p-files

From: Sammy (samedi@DHC.NET)
Date: 08/01/97

On Fri, 1 Aug 1997, Demond De Inosantos wrote:

>         I'm useing Sammys p-files and want to add a poofin/poofout
> saveing but am not shure if there to be added as psds or something else I
> thought mabe they have to be reassigned or something??

The load_char and save_char routines assume all the variables you're
interested in are in the char_file_u structure, which is why you've got
all the psds, csds, etc pointers in there.

Off hand I can think of two ways of adding poofs to the ascii routines.
You can either add poofs to the char_file_u structure (perhaps the same
place as title) and treat them just like the other variables, or add a
char_data * argument to load_char and save_char.  Then you can load and
save POOFIN(ch).

You don't need the char_file_u structure at all with ascii pfiles, so if
you've got nothing better to do, you might want to remove it entirely and
use a char_data pointer instead.


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