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Zhar
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Re: TinyFugue MUD client (Linux/Windows/Mac)

Post by Zhar » 24 Apr 2015 11:11

Aristos wrote:Ok, question:

Is there a command to paste a .txt file from a local dir into the mud?

/help paste
/help quote

Weren't of much help here.
http://northstar-www.dartmouth.edu/doc/ ... quote.html
http://northstar-www.dartmouth.edu/doc/ ... /tfio.html
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Re: TinyFugue MUD client (Linux/Windows/Mac)

Post by Aristos » 24 Apr 2015 17:44

Zhar wrote:
Aristos wrote:Ok, question:

Is there a command to paste a .txt file from a local dir into the mud?

/help paste
/help quote

Weren't of much help here.
http://northstar-www.dartmouth.edu/doc/ ... quote.html
http://northstar-www.dartmouth.edu/doc/ ... /tfio.html
/cat was the one that did the trick - thanks!

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Re: TinyFugue MUD client (Linux/Windows/Mac)

Post by Aristos » 24 Apr 2015 22:48

Also very helpful ( I wanted to see how it was done back in the day )


http://web.mit.edu/gnu/doc/html/screen_11.html

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Re: TinyFugue MUD client (Linux/Windows/Mac)

Post by Aristos » 30 Apr 2015 14:50

Found an interesting automapper to record paths:

http://web.mit.edu/games/lib/tinyfugue/map.tf

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Re: TinyFugue MUD client (Linux/Windows/Mac)

Post by Aristos » 30 Apr 2015 15:40

Waiting for that one player to log in and can't be bothered to type "who" every two seconds?

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;;; /watch <player>
; Tells you when <player> logs on to the mud.
; Requires that the mud have a "WHO" command that lists one player per line.

/~loaded watch.tf
/require pcmd.tf

/def -i watch = \
    /def -i _watch_%1 = \
        /pcmd WHO %1%%;\
        /def -i -p100 -1 -ag -msimple -t"%%{outputprefix}" = \
            /def -i -p100 -ag -mglob -t"*" _watch_not_%1%%%;\
            /def -i -p101 -ag -mglob -t"{%1}*" _watch_match_%1 = \
                /echo # %1 has connected.%%%%;\
                /kill $$$${_watch_pid_%1}%%%%;\
                /undef _watch_%1%%%%;\
                /undef _watch_pid_%1%%%;\
            /def -i -p101 -1 -ag -msimple -t"%%{outputsuffix}" = \
                /undef _watch_not_%1%%%%;\
                /undef _watch_match_%1%;\
    /repeat -60 99999 /_watch_%1%;\
    /def -i _watch_pid_%1 = %?


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Re: TinyFugue MUD client (Linux/Windows/Mac)

Post by Argeil » 23 Dec 2015 06:11

This is great Zhar. Thank you for sharing.
I am considering the switch to TF - its very simple and elegant. I've gotten too used to mapper however and I am trying to explore TF potential for mapper. Did you ever attempt mapping with TF? Maybe the code that Aristos shared?
I came across below add-on to TF... it seems to be really nice.
http://michael-donat.github.io/tf-mapper/

Thank you for any feedback.
Cheers,

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Re: TinyFugue MUD client (Linux/Windows/Mac)

Post by Zhar » 12 Jan 2016 06:51

Sorry, can't help you much with that. I've never really used automappers as I've always wanted to keep my screen as "pure" as possible and only relied on highlights and some additional echoes to inform me of changes in script statuses or important things happening (more pronounced info about being attacked etc.).
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