Re: Code

From: Lars (
Date: 04/05/02

SoulReaper Is here wrote:

> How do i change the autoexits so that it shows even closed doors but
> with a
> # in front of the exit?

Here's what I use... leave out the EXIT_BLOCKED if you don't have it...
this goes in act.informative.c:ACMD(do_exits)

it will print the name of the door when the door is closed when you type
'exit' but won't show in autoexits... but that wouldn't be too hard to

  for (door = 0; door < NUM_OF_DIRS; door++)
    if (EXIT(ch, door) && EXIT(ch, door)->to_room != NOWHERE &&
        !EXIT_FLAGGED(EXIT(ch, door), EX_CLOSED)) {
      if (GET_LEVEL(ch) >= LVL_IMMORT)
        sprintf(buf2, "%-5s - [%5d] %s\r\n", dirs[door],
                GET_ROOM_VNUM(EXIT(ch, door)->to_room),
                world[EXIT(ch, door)->to_room].name);
      else {
        sprintf(buf2, "%-5s - ", dirs[door]);
        if (IS_DARK(EXIT(ch, door)->to_room) && !CAN_SEE_IN_DARK(ch))
          strcat(buf2, "Too dark to tell\r\n");
        else if (EXIT_FLAGGED(EXIT(ch, door), EX_BLOCKED))
          strcat(buf2, "Blocked\r\n");
        else {
          strcat(buf2, world[EXIT(ch, door)->to_room].name);
          strcat(buf2, "\r\n");
      strcat(buf, CAP(buf2));
    } else if (EXIT(ch, door) && EXIT(ch, door)->to_room != NOWHERE &&
        EXIT_FLAGGED(EXIT(ch, door), EX_CLOSED)) {
      sprintf(buf2, "%-5s - The ", dirs[door]);
      strcat(buf2, fname(EXIT(ch, door)->keyword));
      strcat(buf2, "\r\n");
      strcat(buf, CAP(buf2));
  send_to_char("Obvious exits:\r\n", ch);

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