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Post is unread #1 Mar 11, 2006, 12:36 pm   Last edited Mar 11, 2006, 7:26 pm by Samson
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Bug: Newly created class and race files save directory twice
Danger: Low - The list files have unnecessary path duplication
Found by: Remcon
Fixed by: Remcon

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act_wiz.c, do_setclass

Locate:
      for( i = 0; i < MAX_PC_CLASS; i++ )
         fprintf( fpList, "%s%s.class\n", CLASS_DIR, class_table[i]->who_name );


Change to:
      for( i = 0; i < MAX_PC_CLASS; i++ )
         fprintf( fpList, "%s.class\n", class_table[i]->who_name );


do_setrace

Locate:
      for( i = 0; i < MAX_PC_RACE; i++ )
         fprintf( fpList, "%s%s.race\n", RACE_DIR, race_table[i]->race_name );


Change to:
      for( i = 0; i < MAX_PC_RACE; i++ )
         fprintf( fpList, "%s.race\n", race_table[i]->race_name );


The setrace and setclass commands cause the directory path to be appended on to the filenames it saves. This causes a non-fatal but still ugly list of files in the lists. Loading during bootup still works though - unless you've changed the default directory structure. In which case you've got a much bigger problem now.
       
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