Re: Am I alone...? (OLC)

From: Desmond Daignault (tekdd@DTOL.DATATIMES.COM)
Date: 11/06/97

On Thu, 6 Nov 1997, Edward Glamkowski wrote:

=>>Am I the only one who doesn't like OLC? I like to be able to keep track of
=>I don't care much for OLC.
=>I don't mind off-line editors (dikued) so much, although
=>I personally write my database files with just a text
=>editor and building.doc =)
=>One possible solution to your dilemea is to give OLC *only*
=>to the IMPs, and instruct them use it only for things like
=>correcting typos, or exits that go to the wrong place, etc.

and if it's a unix system and you are scared of others reading your files
change the permissions.  man chmod.  If it's not readable by the world
they won't be able to read it.  This is something you can do without being
root.  Learn the OS.



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  printf ("Praise not the day until evening has come; a woman\n"
          "until she is burnt; a sword until it is tried; a maiden until\n"
          "she is married; ice until it has been  crossed; beer until it\n"
          "has been drunk.   -- Viking Proverb\n");

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