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From: Julian Buckley (buckley@PC.ELEC.UQ.EDU.AU)
Date: 04/08/98

Hi...I was wondering (prolly applies to all UNIX/Linux platforms) if there
was any quicker way to compile a mud (after the first compile) then having
to do a "make clean" ; "make all" --- with Win95, once it is initially
compiled, a "nmake" does the job.  I've tried with Linux to do the same,
and it compiles, but the newly compiled MUD doesn't boot up with the new

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