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Post is unread #1 Mar 6, 2003, 5:49 am
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Olcerin

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Hi. I have been trying to cover every known resource I could find these past few months to make my code as bug free as possible. I've hit Niveks, Zylara's and a couple others. During that time I had used a page that I believe was Samson's that was mostly alot of links to Nivek pages, but had a few unique ones that I hadn't fixed yet.
Recently in changing OS's I lost the link and can't find it, does anyone have it? (or even know wtheck I'm babbling about?)
Not sure if my email is hidden but if you have it send to Olcerin@hotmail.com. Thanks.
       
Post is unread #2 Mar 6, 2003, 6:05 am
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There's a very complete list of such fixes hanging out over at Mud Planet that you should probably check out. Everything you've mentioned so far is linked in, plus a few other links you haven't listed, in addition to scads of even newer bugs that have been reported and added to the growing list of fixes. Most of said fixes will be applicable to just about every derivitive of Smaug that exists, except for perhaps AFKMud and Chronicles, and the "FUSS" package. All fixes are usually applied to these 3 bases as they're discovered.
       
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