Re: Peditor.

From: Chris Jacobson (fear@ATHENET.NET)
Date: 03/22/98

On 3/23/98 12:20 AM, Patrick J. Dughi (dughi@IMAXX.NET) stated:

>        Currently the only thing I can think of is to make a queue (say
>every mud day) and check direct comparison between hour and minute to run,
>and then.... we're still stuck with running through every entry in the
>character list every second aren't we?

I would look at the DGEvent system.  It uses a queue/hash table system,
and if you pre-calculate the time the path will go off, you won't have to
run through the list.

To be honest, I use a system that runs through the character list every
second, and I have no problems really... my MUD still uses less than 0.1%
of a P2/233's time, even with several thousand mobs loaded.

- Chris Jacobson

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