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Re: text_dump()

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Wed Jun 22 13:24:06 1994 )

From: BRANDON@cc.usu.edu
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 1994 11:19:40 -0600 (MDT)
To: coldstuff@MIT.EDU
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< As I said, I did not just now go look at the code, but if I were writing the
<  server, I would do it this way. It is not a great mystery to me, and it
<  doesn't bother me. Just use your scheduler to make the announcement go out
<  one tick before the text_dump() call.

I have had it this way for ages, but I want to take it out of the scheduler,
because $scheduler uses .as_this_run(), which causes a log entry to log() for
using compile() on sys, which I want to hack out.

< wondering why this is still a question when everyone has a copy of the code.

Because most people have a lot more to do than sift through miles of yet more
unknown code?