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This is a source file distribution for the game dungeon as implemented in C. It is based on the game dungeon as distributed on a DECUS tape, circa 1980. It has been converted from the original DEC FORTRAN to f77 to C. See the file "History" for some revision history and credit to those whose efforts have made this possible. Take a look at the Makefile. It should be fine for most systems, although you may want to change BINDIR and LIBDIR. On SCO UNIX see the note at the definition of CFLAGS. Makefile.MSC should work for MS-DOS using Microsoft C. It was contributed by Jonathan Mark (uunet!microsoft!jonm). To compile and link dungeon, type make. To install it in BINDIR and LIBDIR, type make install. There are two functions in local.c that you may want to write for your system. The first controls when the game can be played, and can be used to disallow play during business hours, for example. The second controls who is allowed to invoke the game debugging tool; note that this will only be available at all if you uncomment the GDTFLAG line in the Makefile. The comments in local.c explain what to do. All files in the distribution kit are ASCII. The files dtextc.uu1, dtextc.uu2, dtextc.uu3, dtextc.uu4 are parts of a uuencoded binary file named dtextc.dat. The Makefile will create the binary file automatically on a UNIX system; elsewhere you will have to stick the four files together in numerical order and run the resulting large file through uudecode. I can't help you find uudecode, though. The binary file dtextc.dat holds the text strings and initialization information for the game. The strings are encrypted to prevent easy cheating; if you want to do further work on the program, or translate the strings, Ian Taylor (address below) has a program to convert this file back and forth from a human-readable form. This has been compiled and tested on a DECstation 3100 running Ultrix 4.0, a VAXstation GPX running Ultrix 3.1, an 80386 box running SCO Unix 3.2.2, an 8800 running Ultrix, a Sun box running SUN OS 4 release 4, and an 80386 PC running MS-DOS. I consider my changes to be in the public domain, as did previous contributors (see the History file for more detail). The original source, however, is copyright. Ian Lance Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org or uunet!airs!ian 11 March 1991 Dungeon consists of the following files: dmain.c -program root dgame.c -main routine dsub.c -resident subroutines dinit.c -initialization routine np.c -parser, part 0 np1.c -parser, part 1 np2.c -parser, part 2 np3.c -parser, part 3 gdt.c -game debugging tool verbs.c -principal verbs objcts.c -principal objects sverbs.c -simple verbs dverb1.c -auxiliary verbs, part 1 dverb2.c -auxiliary verbs, part 2 actors.c -character processors demons.c -demon processors clockr.c -clock event processors rooms.c -room processors nrooms.c -new room processors sobjs.c -simple objects nobjs.c -new objects ballop.c -balloon processor lightp.c -light processors villns.c -villain processors dso1.c -overlaid subroutines, part 1 dso2.c -overlaid subroutines, part 2 dso3.c -overlaid subroutines, part 3 dso4.c -overlaid subroutines, part 4 dso5.c -overlaid subroutines, part 5 dso6.c -overlaid subroutines, part 6 dso7.c -overlaid subroutines, part 7 funcs.h -header file with function prototypes vars.h -header file with variable definitions parse.h -header file for parsing routines supp.c -support routines and more processing local.c -hooks for local definition dindxc.dat -data base [binary file] dungeon.6 -man page Makefile -Makefile Makefile.MSC -Makefile for MS-DOS and Microsoft C History -Some revision history notes README -This file ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I supplied a new file Makefile.BCC for Borland C++ (tested with version 3.1). While working on this, I discovered that I had to change function main in dmain.c from 'returning void' to 'returning int' - bcc doesn't accept 'void main(...)' in ANSI mode. Volker Blasius, 11jul93 <Volker.Blasius@gmd.de>