Re: [CODE] 128 bitvector patch booboo

From: Tony Robbins (tonyr@NWPACLINK.COM)
Date: 04/15/98

At 02:10 PM 4/15/98 +0200, you wrote:
>I used the 128 bitvector patch from Tony Robbins based on the original code
>by Niese-Petersen (the one on the ftp site), and I found it to have a bug
>(If it's not a bug, it sure didn't work right for my mud, so there) It
>causes problems with closable/pickable/whatever doors and containers.
>The patch changes the exit info and container flags too (which by the way
>didn't happen in an earlier Niese-Petersen file I saw), and as far as i can
>see that's where it screws up.
>In the patch below:
> /* Exit info: used in room_data.dir_option.exit_info */
> /* Container flags - value[1] */
>you'll see it changes the (1 << 'x') to 'x'... if you drop that bit, and
>just leave it at (1 << 'x'), it works fine. ONLY do this with the exit info
>and container flags.
>Havoc of Dagmarck

thanks, an updated patch will be posted later (although it sounds like you
don't need it.)

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