[CODE] [NEWBIE]? MXP - tough luck telnet users?

From: Dana Luther (dtluther@mindspring.com)
Date: 07/12/00

Has anyone come up with a good way to ?toggle whether MXP commands are sent
to the users? I've looked all through the MXP documentation and forums, and
haven't seen anything on on this list or the ftp site regarding this aspect
of it. The MXP project itself looks quite interesting, but without some way
to determine who can use it and who can't, you either don't use it or you
send all kinds of junk to your telnet (etc.) users.

I considered putting this on the MXP discussion forum, but thought that
since it's really more about how the circle code will interpret those
commands that this would be a better place to ask this question.

If the code was predictable I think I could pretty easily come up with a way
to do this, but since the tags could litterally be put ANYWHERE there is a
string (middle of a room description, object description, speech, char name,
you name it), I'm at a loss as to where to start.

Ideas/Suggestions anyone?

(I went ahead and tagged this as newbie because there may be a REALLY easy
way to do this that I am completely overlooking... if so, please tell me and
try to keep the flames from getting too hot *wink* )


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