Re: Regarding Medit Crashes

From: George (greerga@DRAGON.HAM.MUOHIO.EDU)
Date: 11/12/97

On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Akuma/Chris Baggett/DOOMer wrote:

>I'm not using 1.5, or the  #define I_CRASH addition.  I'm the type of person
>who likes to figure out crashes instead of just commenting them out
>(no offense to you, it's a good addition for this particular problem)

That's all I've been doing for the Generic OLC and OasisOLC code...memory
overrun this, memory overrun that....I'm going to be an expert :P

>>Everything after 5.3.12 or something like that will crash (because it is
>>the right thing to do).
>  AFTER?!?!?!   Or do you mean BEFORE?  as in
>Everything BEFORE 5.3.12 or something like that will crash.

Yeah after, it's supposed to crash.

>fond of the crashes (memorywrites to stuff it doesn't own?) or fond
>of the freeing of memory it doesn't own? (or both :-P)

Fond of writing to what it didn't own, but I've fixed that now and copied
~400 rooms (via TinTin's #loop) without problem. (Unless they have an extra
description...but I'll fix that shortly.)

>just so i know, because as soon as you get all the GenOLC functions
>working, i'm gonna put 'em in.  I had previously gone through and created
>a NEWROOM function (basically your add_room)  but, that was because i
>never thought anyone was TRULY going to fix OasisOLC :-P

I eventually got sick of it. :)

>Great website, needs to be updated though :-P

Yeah, I hear it all the time from someone else...guess who.

George Greer  -   | Genius may have its limitations, but stupidity | is not thus handicapped. -- Elbert Hubbard

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