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Post is unread #1 Jun 18, 2006, 7:44 am
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Keberus
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I was looking over my own codebase and realized that it was lacking with what was being freed objectwise. So I decided to check out AFK to see what was being freed and noticed that you guys seem to have forgotten the mud progs. In free_obj in db.c add with the vars
MPROG_ACT_LIST *mpact, *mpact_next;


then somewhere before DISPOSE(obj) put in the usual loop

   for( mpact = obj->mpact; mpact; mpact = mpact_next )
   {
      mpact_next = mpact->next;
      DISPOSE( mpact->buf );
      DISPOSE( mpact );
   }


Later,
KeB

PS - Great Code BTW:
       
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