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AFKMud Message Boards
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The AFKMud Team Samson 279 25.98 KB Jun 7, 2008 Jun 26, 2009

Description
This code replaces the standard board system in Smaug with a more modern system that
behaves more like an actual web forum with topics and linear replies. Boards can be
either local and require an object to function, or globals that do not require objects.
It basically takes the best of both systems and merges it into one.

This code also replaces the existing projects code with a new version since the projects
code relies heavily on the board code to operate. The player comments code is also covered
by this as it uses the note system to operate.

Existing data from *UNMODIFIED* stock boards should be converted into the new system when
the code has been installed and the game boots up.

Revisions: 1
Rating: | Download | Comments(1)
User Comments For: AFKMud Message Boards
By: Leia
Hi!
In line 167 of the AFKBoards.txt in this snippet it says:

void board_parse( DESCRIPTOR_DATA * d, char *argument );

and seems that has to be:

void board_parse( DESCRIPTOR_DATA * d, const char *argument );

It may be obvious but not for everyone.

And thanks for the snippet, it's gorgeous!