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Bug: Map row counts are coming out wrong
Danger: Medium - Generated maps will come out fubar
Found by: Remcon
Fixed by: Remcon

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mapout.c, map_stats

Locate:
      switch ( c )
      {
         case '\n':
            break;
         case '\r':
            col = 0;
            row++;
            break;
         case ' ':
            col++;
            break;
      }


Change to:
      switch ( c )
      {
         case '\r':
            break;
         case '\n':
            col = 0;
            row++;
            break;
         case ' ':
            col++;
            break;
      }


mapout.c, map_to_rooms
Locate:
      switch ( c )
      {
         case '\n':
            break;
         case '\r':
            col = 0;
            row++;
            break;
      }


Change to:
      switch ( c )
      {
         case '\r':
            break;
         case '\n':
            col = 0;
            row++;
            break;
      }


Due to the changes for telnet protocol compliance, the mapout code was producing completely wrong results when it processed the input it received. \r is no longer the trailing character for new lines of text, and so it was incorrectly counting those as if it were. The results would usually be a huge single column and a count which didn't match up with that.
       
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