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From: Fizal (amustapa@yahoo.com)
Date: 12/30/98

---"Neal Robinson." <nrobinso@c2i.net> wrote:
> ...I will try those archives but they look *big*.

You can access the archive at
 and do a search. Think you would need to search for "Dynamic Zones",
which is supposed to be somewhere in July 1997.

> ------------snip start--------------
> "First, edit your makefile so that it compiles trains.c and includes
> when everything is linked to make /bin/circle."
> ------------snip stop--------------

Okay, I downloaded trains.tar.gz and read the doc file. I think I know
which part you're having prob with. In Makefile (and Makefile.in for
when you want to recompile again later), you need to do something like

1. Find the OBJFILES and CXREF_FILES listing, and add in TRAIN.O and
TRAIN.C respectively at the end of the lists. Something like these:

   spell_parser.o spells.o utils.o weather.o world.o train.o

   spell_parser.c spells.c utils.c weather.c world.c train.c

2. Then at the end of the file, where listings that look like this:

   class.o: class.c conf.h sysdep.h structs.h db.h utils.h spells.h
        $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) class.c

   add another entry for train. Something like:

   train.o: train.c structs.h utils.h comm.h interpreter.h handler.h
<-TAB->$(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) train.c
**NOTE: Press TAB here, coz it's required to be a TAB.

   You can find entries to include at the head of train.c under

Hope this is what you're looking for.... And hope that I'm giving you
the right info :)

> P.S. I didnt get/see DAK`s email you mentioned!

Just checked the copies that I kept. It's not DAK, sorry. Mike
<claywar@CETLINK.NET> suggested using mob with spec procs while Gary
Barnett <gbarnett@POLARNET.COM> suggested a zone with changable exits.
It was David Klasinc <bigwhale@CAPYBARA.SK-PTTSC.LJ.EDUS.SI> and Angus
<angus@EDGIL.CCMAIL.COMPUSERVE.COM> who listed some steps for
consideration. If you want, I can send you a copy in case the one in
the archive will get wiped out due to space probs...


Afizal Mustapa
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

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