From: George (gagreer@dragon.ham.muohio.edu)
Date: 07/01/96

In the function:	ACMD(do_cast)

    if (!target && IS_SET(SINFO.targets, TAR_OBJ_EQUIP)) {
      for (i = 0; !target && i < NUM_WEARS; i++)
	if (GET_EQ(ch, i) && !str_cmp(t, GET_EQ(ch, i)->name)) {
    if (!target && IS_SET(SINFO.targets, TAR_OBJ_EQUIP)) {
      for (i = 0; !target && i < NUM_WEARS; i++)
	if (GET_EQ(ch, i) && isname(t, GET_EQ(ch, i)->name)) {
While changing remove_curse to allow equipped objects (due to the
fact you can no longer remove them) I noticed that you couldn't
find the target on Black Rook Armour.  After looking through the
code I noticed that you have to pass the entire 'name' field of
the armor to the spell, in correct order.  Since no mortal should
be able to do that, you might want to make it isname ;)

-George Greer

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Subject: Re: Gnu-Win32 with Circlebpl11 
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> On Mon, 1 Jul 1996, Jeremy Elson wrote:
> > 
> > Does anyone ever read documentation anymore?  People ask this question
> > all the time but the answer can be quite easily found by reading a short
> > text file.
> > 
> > There is a file called README.WIN distributed with Circle that tells you
> > to use the files conf.h.win and Makefile.win for Windows.
> > 
>   I read the docs. Readme.win is for msvc++ I am using GCC and the 
> ways described in README.WIN don't work for GCC. Looks like i am stuck?

The point is, you are supposed to use conf.h.win and Makefile.win instead
of running configure!

Obviously there is not going to be any documentation for using GCC under
Win95 since you are the first one to ever do it.

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