Red Blade wrote:
> Songbird, did you get my last email?
? when was it sent?
i had one e-mail from someone that sounds like you :)
7/12/12 and i sent a reply that day, but had no further
reply. send me an unmunged e-mail address and i will
gladly resend it (i don't use an unmunged address on
usenet so replying to me should get to me).
> I'm waiting for the next Slackware
> release before I start going through the 2010 RRP trunk I have, but wanted
> to know how your Rog-O-Matic worked and asked you a few questions before I
> put it up.
ok. i'm fine with answering questions here instead of
via e-mail. i much prefer it actually because then it
may help someone else out too sometime.
in that e-mail you asked about the Rogue Restoration
Project's version and how that compared, but i do not
have that version available to me at the moment to
give details (off-line at the moment).
the Rog-O-Matic version posted at:
(let's call this AMR for Anthony Molinaro's Rogomatic) is
a direct decendant copy of what Michael L. Mauldin posted at:
verified by me before I started making my own fixes.
AMR is effectively dead. while he's friendly when I sent
him a comment he hasn't done much with his code for years.
Which is why I copied it and set up my own local repository
in git and then have been working with that since.
the rogue version (5.4.4) that i'm using for testing
and debugging is what was also posted at:
along with a version 3.6.3 of Rogue. i've never worked
much on it at all as i was more interested in getting
Rog-O-Matic to work with Rogue 5.4.4 instead.
> BTW everyone here who remembers my old coredumpcentral.org site, I brought
> it back last September.
> Now called "Rogue Central @ coredumpcentral.org", most of the old material
> was restored and some new stuff added (including "Play Online" and
> "Utilities"), the page was made a lot less 1990s-Geocities-ish technically
> and aesthetically, all while keeping the retro green-on-black HTML 4.01
> Transitional look from last time :)
> I have a few things pending my laziness to add to the site, and to go
> through some stuff people sent me. If anyone hasn't seen
> coredumpcentral.org, I'm back, check it out :)
i did take a look and i hope it will be helpful
to people doing work on rogues/roguelikes.