Re: [CODE] Warmboot Patch

From: Cervo (chrisf@PTD.NET)
Date: 07/13/98

A friend of mine uses a copyover patch.  I hear it is available on the
circle ftp site.  Also it is possible to write descriptors to a file, if
you wish to make your own warm reboot.  It is called copyover tho, and
available on the circle ftp site.

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On Mon, 13 Jul 1998, Christoffer Lundberg wrote:

> I am wondering, is there a patch out there to allow a Warmboot in place of
> the normal (and irritating) shutdown reboot. I've seen this on a ROM-type
> MUD. If you haven't the slightest clue what a Warmboot is, I can say that
> when you just reboot normally, all players are disconnected until the MUD
> has read through all .c, .h, .wld, etc. files. A Warmboot just gives the
> message "Warmboot Commencing", a little lag while the MUD scans through
> all files. A fast way to code without having to reboot.
> >Christoffer<

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