Since everyone else is chiming in on the subject, I thought I'd share my own
thoughts. Muahaha! Steve, I'm doing the same thing as you... making a
pseudo-MUD with Cold. I've pestered and plagued these poor folks with all
sorts o' inane questions. I'm by FAR no pro, thanks to these gurus I've made
a great deal of progress! If ya have anything specific ya wanna ask, feel
free to pester me. I'm even game on showing examples. Snootch to the nootch.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Mosher" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2001 10:09 AM
Subject: Re: list archives
> Ahh, rock on, and thanks. Now my slew of questions (coming soon!) will be
> less redundant.
> In the meantime, I've got one question that I don't think has been asked:
> Why is coldcore, nearly 50K lines of code, all in one source file? Is it
> simply that coldcc has no #include directive? If so, couldn't that be
> I've been trying to deduce a lot of the workings of ColdCore by looking at
> the source, but 2 megs of source is difficult (to say the least) to wade
> I have a perl script kicking around somewhere that can be used as a
> preprocessor to implement #include (as it works in C, effectively), IIRC,
> did build some decent recursion handling into it. I can provide a copy of
> if you think it would be useful.
> On Thursday 23 August 2001 11:38, Jeremy Weatherford wrote:
> > Heyo,
> > The almost-completely-current (including your message but not mine,
> > strangely) archives are at http://xidus.xidus.net/coldstuff.tgz (195k)
> > HTML format. Untarball it and point your browser to
> > coldstuff/msg00000.html in the and most of the links work surprisingly
> > well (excepting the thread and date indices)
> > Brought to you by /bin/bash and wget.
> > Jeremy Weatherford
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > http://xidus.net
> > On Thu, 23 Aug 2001, Steve Mosher wrote:
> > > I'm currently working on a MUD (of sorts) using ColdCore and Genesis,
> > > I've got a lot of really stupid questions, most of which I imagine
> > > been answered already on some of these lists.
> > >
> > > However, reading through all of the messages via web is a real pain,
> > > was wondering: could I possibly get a tarball or something of all the
> > > list archives? Plaintext is preferable, though I can live with HTML.
> > >
> > > --
> > > Steve Mosher,
> > > Mad Scientist
> Steve Mosher,
> Mad Scientist