This module adds an editor interface so that verb code, list-type properties, and disk files can be edited within the Satyr database in a special interface using a simple command-line interface.
The problems commonly encountered on Linux machines when trying to use @write, @insert, and @rmline have been fixed with a simple work-around.
The mod_disk.v file has been updated, and the warnings have been removed from different documentation files to reflect this change.
If you have already installed the previous Disk Access Module, all you need to do is update the three commands mentioned above with the code found in the current V file.
A very small module containing commands to open and interact with TCP/IP connections from within the Satyr database. It has been quite useful for porting code.
Contains commands for converting strings to binary bit sequences and bit sequences to strings.
This module can process one-line strings, blocks of text, and disk files.
Another module as been added to the Satyr page!
This one provides tools for building rooms and movement between those rooms, similar to LambdaCore.
A Modules section has been added to the Satyr page.
The Disk Access Module and necessary documentation have been added.
Satyr is a slimmed-down version of a database I wrote for system administration, this one being communication-oriented.
It is open-source and created from Minimal.db.
I will most likely release a module to add the file functions from the above-mentioned database.
Adapted from the original player's guide I wrote for Centrac Quest, the Angel Quest Player's Guide is now online.
As I mentioned on bzap.org, my software hosting website, the Angel Quest MUD is now being hosted at Centaur after sitting unused. The new server should handle traffic much better.
To quote that post:
AngelQuest has existed for a while, but it rarely was running on the old Centaur server. It can now run perpetually on the new one. It was intended to be a demonstration of QuestCore2, and the world was built using the unique @oracle program I put into QuestCore2. Open character creation at the login screen is enabled. Point your MUD client to:
centaur.pw is now on a more suitable machine, and will run continuously.
Disk size and connection speeds have improved greatly.
Thanks to 201
Provided there aren't extra dots in the file name, most files can be uploaded.
Uploaded files can be reached at from the link above or directly at http://www.centaur.pw/upload. Note that it's an unindexed public directory.