Re: Testing new code

From: Blaine C. Armsterd (
Date: 06/11/96

On Tue, 11 Jun 1996, The Prophet wrote:

> For some reason I would hate to see your code, good spelling and sentence 
> structure is a plus :)

> On Tue, 11 Jun 1996, Blaine C. Armsterd wrote:
> > Okay, i'm a vetern c coder but just geting heavy into circle.

> > I just lost my test site for the mud i code for and i need another.
> > 
>>Is my best option just to install linux on my system and forget the internet?
>>If you do this, where do I start getting linux (i'm an experienced dos user, > > and i think linux will suit my needs more now)

> > If this isn't my best option: what do you recomment?

What this has to do with mudding is beyond me.  But for your info I was 
writing that at 1:30 in the morning after a 5 hour mudding session.  And 
no-one who sees MY code complains about it....

>From bpape@ezl.comTue Jun 11 14:30:54 1996
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 1996 14:24:48 -0500 (CDT)
From: Brian Pape <>
To: The Prophet <>
Cc: "Blaine C. Armsterd" <>,
Subject: Re: Testing new code

unless you're planning on putting 20 modems on your machine and making
people dial up your muds (which nobody would bother with), this sounds
pretty useless to me.  Having a multiuser operating system doesn't
magically allow people to connect to you, unless you have internet access
or it's on a lan, etc  :-)

Reign of Towers

No, I'm TESTING new code.  The mud I've been coding for is on a site.

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