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This is the list of changesets (revisions) that have not been ported from UnNetHack (see its Trac site), with reasons. You can view the changeset in Trac by typing http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/unnethack/changeset/ followed by the number.

1 to 100

  • 1: We're using NitroHack as the base instead of vanilla; the whole point of this effort. :P
  • 2, 3: NitroHack has its own build system.
  • 14-17: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 19-21: NitroHack has its own UI.
  • 24, 25: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 26: External. I should port achievements for the Sokoban prize, the Mines' End luckstone and killing Medusa to NitroHack's history system though. Real-time on bottom lines is also in this changeset, and would be really useful for server games, so this should be ported too.
  • 27: External; hard to test, may overlap with future NitroHack features.
  • 30, 37, 39: Already in NitroHack.
  • 47: NitroHack has its own UI.
  • 52, 53, 55: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 68: NitroHack doesn't use the TTY UI.
  • 71: UnNetHack specific.
  • 79, 82, 83: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 86: NitroHack doesn't track picking up the Sokoban prize as an achievement.
  • 87: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 92: External (livelog); hard to test, may overlap with future NitroHack features.
  • 93: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 96: Already in NitroHack.
  • 97: NitroHack has its own build system.

101 to 200

  • 101: NitroHack already has its own configuration system.
  • 102: Already fixed in the fliplevel patch commit (feadef1df2), forgot to mention it.
  • 107: Subversion tag, irrelevant.
  • 108: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 113: Included, accidentally noted as "CS114".
  • 114: NitroHack has its own UI.
  • 120, 121: NitroHack already includes the Mersenne Twister RNG.
  • 127: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 128: NitroHack has its own build system.
  • 134: Already in NitroHack.
  • 145: Depends on xlogfile (26).
  • 148, 153: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 165: statuscolor is irrelevant to NitroHack (own UI), but show_dgn_names requires protocol changes and the new 3-line status bar doesn't have a good way to fit long location names; possible, but not worth the effort. Status colors (hard-coded) now exist and new dungeon_name option does this.
  • 176: Irrelevant (patch level change).
  • 181: Tile graphics; not (yet) included in NitroHack. Has tiles for the anti-matter vortex, vorpal jabberwock and the black marketeer.
  • 182: NitroHack doesn't have a Windows UI (yet).
  • 183: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 184: Irrelevant (RNG and TTY UI build fixes).
  • 185: Irrelevant (changes to Windows UI and TTY options defaults).
  • 187: Tile graphics; not (yet) included in NitroHack. Has tiles for:
    • rings of gain intelligence (plain), gain wisdom (glass), gain dexterity (obsidian), quartz, porcelain, ceramic, ridged, wedding, mithril, platinum, jacinth, citrine, amber, jet, chrysoberyl, plastic
    • warped, convex, lunate, spiked, oval, rectangular and elliptic amulets
    • iron safe
    • muddy, sparkling, blood-red, luminescent, icy, chartreuse, greasy, slimy, burgundy, ochre, mauve, indigo and silver potions
    • scrolls labelled ETAOIN SHRDLU, LOREM IPSUM, FNORD, KO BATE, ACHAT SHTAYIM SHALOSH, ABRA KA DABRA, ASHPD, SODALG, ZLORFIK, GNIK SISI VLE, HAPAX LEGOMENON, HZLRC KSTSBD MPFNG, EIRIS SAZUN IDISI, PHOL ENDE WODAN, GHOTI, MAPIRO MAHAMA DIROMAT and VAS CORP BET MANI
    • colorful, dark, spotted, faded, long, tartan, stylish, psychedelic, spiral-bound, left-handed and stapled spell books
  • 190: NitroHack has its own UI.
  • 191: NitroHack already compiles cleanly with such warnings enabled.
  • 192: NitroHack has its own UI.
  • 193: Goes with logging prefix (145).
  • 198: NitroHack has its own build system.
  • 199: NitroHack uses its own fcntl locking scheme.

201 to 300

  • 202: Subversion tag, irrelevant.
  • 203: Irrelevant (patch level change).
  • 204: NitroHack has its own UI.
  • 205: Subversion tag deleted, irrelevant.
  • 206: NitroHack has its own UI.
  • 207: Subversion tag, irrelevant.
  • 209: Irrelevant (patch level change).
  • 210: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 212: NitroHack has its own build system.
  • 214: Subversion branch, irrelevant.
  • 215: Already included (211).
  • 216: Already included (213).
  • 218: NitroHack has its own build system.
  • 227: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 235: Already included (234).
  • 236-238: Subversion branch (automated testing), too ad-hoc to port yet.
  • 250: NitroHack already allows all keys to be remapped.
  • 260, 261: Depends on xlogfile (26).
  • 262: Showdmg option for wizard mode. NitroHack's new options system doesn't yet have the capacity for debug-only options and it would be annoying to have this on all the time in wizard mode, so it's omitted for now.
  • 265-268: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 272: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 276: External (whereis).
  • 277: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 279: Depends on whereis (276).
  • 285: NitroHack has its own user account system.
  • 287: Already included as 286.
  • 289-292: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 294-298: Already included in NitroHack (Curses GUI).

301 to 400

  • 303: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 321: Not including; this just masks real bugs and makes tracking such bugs harder with gdb since the impossible() call nukes backtraces. If this were really needed, all the RNG functions should use unsigned ints so callers can be warned by the compiler when they're doing it wrong.
  • 326, 327: Exists only in livelog (92).
  • 330: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 331: Exists only in livelog (92).
  • 332, 333: Subversion branch (advent calendar); not merged. Merged in 1084.
  • 338: Already fixed in NitroHack: drawbridges can be targeted with hash, doors with plus and fountains with opening brace.
  • 341: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 342: NitroHack has its own build system (which is already documented).
  • 343, 344: Subversion branch (tutorial); not yet merged.
  • 346: Already fixed when porting disintegrator (80); caught when fixing whitespace and including code unconditionally.
  • 348: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 351: Subversion merge of trunk to branch (advent calendar); irrelevant.
  • 353: Exists only in livelog (92).
  • 354: Correct black on Windows; I lack a Windows build environment for NitroHack, so this is impossible for me to test, or even if it's already been fixed. The file to modify is include/nitrohack_types.h.
  • 355: Subversion tag, irrelevant.
  • 356: Irrelevant (patch level change).
  • 357: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 361, 366: Irrelevant (NitroHack dropped the old GUI code a long time ago).
  • 370: Fixed by updating/rewriting nearly every tutorial message.
  • 371: Subversion branch, irrelevant.
  • 372: Already included as 374.
  • 373: Subversion tag, irrelevant.
  • 379: NitroHack removed SHOPTYPE debugging support; if it's ever added again, this should go with it.
  • 380: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 386: Rolled in with 385, forgot to say that in the commit message.
  • 387: 64-bit fix; I lack a 64-bit computer, so this would be better ported by somebody who has one.
  • 388: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 389: Irrelevant; TOURIST code is unconditionally included in NitroHack.
  • 390: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 391: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 395-397: Subversion branch (extended conducts), merged in 405.
  • 398: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 399: This behavior is correct for NitroHack's layered memory, since e.g. sensing a mimic in a remembered closed door could mean a mimic spawned in the since-opened door.
  • 400: Subversion branch (extended conducts), merged in 405.

401 to 500

  • 401-403: Subversion branch (extended conducts), merged in 405.
  • 404: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 406: Subversion branch deleted; irrelevant.
  • 408: Only exists in use_inverse (377).
  • 411: Irrelevant; TOURIST code included unconditionally in NitroHack.
  • 415: Only exists in use_inverse (377).
  • 416: Subversion branch deleted; irrelevant.
  • 419: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 420-423: NitroHack uses its own implementation (dumplog).
  • 424-430, 432: External (html dump). NitroHack's dump code is completely different to UnNetHack's, and these changes have no gameplay impact.
  • 435: Already "fixed" in NitroHack (pilesize option); NitroHack shows items underfoot in the side bar without interrupting input. The classic 80-by-24 interface still interrupts, so the pilesize option is now added.
  • 437: NitroHack has its own UI, where pager windows can be freely scrolled.
  • 438: NitroHack uses its own implementation (show shop item prices without #chat).
  • 440, 455: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 463: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 465: Already included in NitroHack (in fact, Curses UI is the default).
  • 466: Already fixed/included in NitroHack. The fix is in its history, but GOLDOBJ code has been included unconditionally, and thus non-GOLDOBJ code, in which these bugs exist, has been removed.
  • 468-469: Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 471: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 472: Depends on html dump (424), though NitroHack's text-form dump already dumps this info.
  • 473, 474: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 476: Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 477, 479: menucolors for Curses UI, left out because NitroHack already colors object names according to BUC-status, which was 95% of what this did already without special config support.
  • 481: statuscolors for Curses UI, left out because NitroHack's 3-line status replicates HPmon and colors status effects automatically, which was 95% of what this did already without special config support.
  • 482: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 484: statuscolors for Curses UI, see 481.
  • 486: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 487, 488: dummy graphics port, made for automated testing later; left out because NitroHack has a full client-server protocol, which though in principle is similar, in practice its operation is quite different, so it'd take too long to port relative to the impact it would have.
  • 489: Irrelevant? "Ignore *.gcda, *.gcno."
  • 491: Depends on dummy graphics (487).
  • 492: Unit test; depends on dummy graphics (487).
  • 493, 494: Depends on dummy graphics (487).
  • 495: Depends on unit test (492).
  • 496, 497: Depends on dummy graphics (487).
  • 500: Irrelevant; changelog, useful for the player-facing UnNetHack, but not this proof-of-concept.

501 to 600

  • 501: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 502: Already fixed when ported.
  • 504, 505: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 506: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 511: Already fixed when ported; see 502.
  • 512: UnNetHack's changelog; this project isn't in a state where a version-to-version changelog would be useful, and this wiki's front page already lists changes.
  • 514: Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 518, 519: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 521, 522: Merges of trunk and Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 523: NitroHack not only uses Curses UI unconditionally, but by default too.
  • 524: More Curses UI changes; for all such changes saying "Curses UI already in NitroHack", NitroHack's Curses code bears no resemblance to the code in these changes, and since NitroHack came out much more recently, I assume its Curses implementation is also much more recent, rendering these changes obsolete.
  • 525: Merge of Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 527: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 528, 529, 531: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 532: Subversion branch deleted; irrelevant.
  • 534, 535: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 536: Merge to Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 538: Tutorial mode enabled unconditionally; also curses_gui branch.
  • 539, 540: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 541: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 542-545: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 546: NitroHack uses its own dump implementation and convention for output file paths.
  • 548: Merge from Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 549: Fixed when porting the same change in NetHack4 for 547.
  • 553, 554: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 555: Merge from Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 556: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 558: Merge from Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 559, 560: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 562: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 563: Merge from Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 564: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 567, 568: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 569: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 570: Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 571: Curses GUI mouse-click travel (in curses_gui branch); I don't use it personally so it's low priority, but a NitroHack protocol-aware "move to (x, y)" command would be worthwhile for future front-ends.
  • 575, 576: Subversion branch (improved_savefile); irrelevant, since NitroHack uses a new logging save file format.
  • 577: Subversion branch (curses_gui); NitroHack already has menu search (same key :), but only uses it to scroll the found item into view, not select it.
  • 579: Curses GUI mouse-click travel; see 571.
  • 580: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 581-583: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 585: NitroHack's UI already shows HP and Pw bars. Scratch that, its bigterm mode has it, but not its 24-line mode... and now it does, because I just added it.
  • 588: NitroHack's UI doesn't have this bug.
  • 589, 590: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 591: NitroHack doesn't have this bug.
  • 593: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 594: Merge of Subversion branch (curses_gui); irrelevant.
  • 595, 596: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 597: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 598: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 599: Depends on html dump (424).

601 to 700

  • 603: NitroHack has its own .gitignore files, and its CMake build system uses out-of-tree builds so generated files don't have to be accounted for.
  • 607: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 608: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 610: Already works with NitroHack's alternate implementation.
  • 611, 612: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 616: UnNetHack build instructions; equivalent documentation written in its place (commit 44a3d11260).
  • 624: None of the code fixed exists in NitroHack.
  • 626: The prompt this fixes is actually better without this change (Old: "Really step onto this trap?"; 626: "Do you really want to step onto this trap?").
  • 627: Changelog; see 512.
  • 635: Already fixed by me (commit 9cb6360b25).
  • 636: clear_level_structures() no longer exists, and the other code was fixed when ported.
  • 656: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 657: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 658: See 656.
  • 659: Depends on unit test (492).
  • 663: Already fixed when changeset 69 was ported.
  • 664: Changelog; see 512.
  • 665: This display-related bug doesn't exist in NitroHack.
  • 666: NitroHack uses its own build system, and all build-related files are up-to-date with the current version of the code.
  • 667: Depends on whereis (276).
  • 668: NitroHack uses its own build system.
  • 669: Subversion tag; irrelevant.
  • 670: The mail code was omitted when tutorial was ported, since NitroHack doesn't have mail.
  • 671: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 672, 673: Subversion tags; irrelevant.
  • 674: UnNetHack specific.
  • 679: The line this changeset removes is brought back at changeset 690, and doesn't do anything except make monster inventories in special level files add to rather than replace the monster's default inventory, the latter of which is preferred anyway.
  • 680, 681: Already supported in NitroHack's default Curses UI by editing unicode.conf.
  • 682: Subversion branch (3.5.3); irrelevant.
  • 683: Changelog; see 512.
  • 684, 685: Subversion branch (3.5.3); changes already included.
  • 686: NitroHack has its own build system.
  • 687-689: UnNetHack specific.
  • 691: Subversion branch (3.5.3); changes already included.
  • 692: Changelog; see 512.
  • 693: Subversion tag; irrelevant.
  • 697, 698: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 700: Of the code still present in NitroHack, wiz_where() and wiz_detect() are still usable via NitroHack's #printdungeon and #detect extended commands, and the unused variable was already removed when that code was ported.

701 to 800

  • 702, 703: Depends on whereis (276).
  • 705: Subversion merge of trunk to branch (advent calendar); irrelevant.
  • 706-708: Subversion branch (advent calendar); irrelevant.
  • 709, 710: This UI bug doesn't exist in NitroHack (C343-198 Playing in a 20 or 21 line window can cause the game to crash.)
  • 711: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 712: None of the things this revision changes exist in NitroHack.
  • 713, 714: Curses UI; see 524.
  • 719: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 721: Already done in NitroHack, though explore mode is entered with #exploremode and has no key mapping.
  • 723: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 724: Depends on whereis (276).
  • 725: Depends on xlogfile (26) and livelog (92).
  • 726: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 730, 731: cscope and ack are better tools for exploring the source code than Doxygen will ever be.
  • 732: The 'traditional' menu style is gone, so this bug no longer exists in NitroHack.
  • 734: The "eight_bit_tty" option doesn't exist in NitroHack, nor do any of the places this changes.
  • 735, 736: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 737: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 738: Already implemented in NitroHack. In fact, Unicode is the default output for NitroHack's Curses UI!
  • 739: The code this fixes no longer exists in NitroHack.
  • 740, 741: Already implemented in NitroHack, except NitroHack already uses U+2261 IDENTICAL TO instead of U+03A0 GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PI for iron bars.
  • 742: Curses UI changes; see 524.
  • 743, 744: NitroHack uses a layered display system that doesn't have this bug.
  • 745: Depends on xlogfile (26).
  • 746: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 750, 751: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 754: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 755: Already supported in NitroHack's default Curses UI by editing unicode.conf.
  • 756-758: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 763: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 769: See 755.
  • 770: The code this fixes no longer exists in NitroHack due to its new display system.
  • 771: Already included in NitroHack (no option, always works in 'loot' mode).
  • 772: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 780: NitroHack's original dumplog code does not have this bug.
  • 784: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 786: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 788-791: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 796: Subversion branch (file_areas from SLASH'EM); a deeply-intricate change that doesn't affect players. Also, depends heavily on autoconf, whereas NitroHack uses cmake.
  • 797-798, 800: See 796 (file_areas).

801 to 900

  • 801-808: See 796 (file_areas).
  • 810: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 811: Depends on menucolors (19).
  • 812, 813: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 816: Depends on menucolors (19).
  • 817: Windows tiles front-end; NitroHack-related projects could really use tiles (with Qt, most likely), but making one would be a major project all of its own (contributions welcome!)
  • 820: Depends on menucolors (19) and statuscolors (21).
  • 822: NitroHack uses its own build system, which already does this, but in a different way.
  • 823: NitroHack already has Debian packaging files, which I can only assume still work.
  • 826: See 823 (debian package).
  • 827, 828: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 829: This has already been done with autopickup rules (NitroHack's enhancement to autopickup exceptions).
  • 833: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 835: See 796 (file_areas).
  • 836: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 837: See 796 (file_areas).
  • 838: NitroHack uses its own implementation of this (inventory object action menus).
  • 840, 841: These bugs do not exist in NitroHack (see 838).
  • 842: See 838 (inventory object action menus).
  • 843: This bug does not exist in NitroHack (see 838).
  • 845: HP bar already activated by default in NitroHack.
  • 848: Already fixed when ported.
  • 849: Depends on mail (removed from NitroHack for some reason) and tiles (which don't exist yet).
  • 850, 851: Tile graphics.
  • 853, 854: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 855, 856: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 857: Changelog; see 512.
  • 861: Compiler warnings fixed at their sources, so the current build is already warning-free.
  • 863: NitroHack already uses the Curses GUI by default.
  • 864: Changelog; see 512.
  • 865, 866: See 817 (Windows tiles).
  • 867: NitroHack has a similar bug, but it was already fixed by me (commit 3e4a189b6b).
  • 871, 872: NitroHack options are meant to be changed in the options menu, not with text files.
  • 873, 874: See 817 (Windows tiles); also depends on menucolors (19).
  • 875: NitroHack doesn't build the old NetHack documentation.
  • 878: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 879: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 880: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 881: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 883: Tile graphics.
  • 888: Depends on xlogfile (26) and livelog (92).
  • 889, 890: Depends on xlogfile (26).
  • 891-893: Hint mode; depends on mail (removed from NitroHack for some reason).
  • 894: Fixed when using NetHack4's code.
  • 897: Depends on SHELL (removed from NitroHack).
  • 898: Superseded by 1010.
  • 899: Tile graphics.
  • 900: Already included in NitroHack.

901 to 1000

  • 901, 902: Tile graphics.
  • 903: Reserved space in struct obj to ease future save file compatibility, not needed since nobody is playing this branch at the moment.
  • 904: UnNetHack specific.
  • 908: This bug no longer exists in NitroHack since extmenu was completely reworked.
  • 910: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 911, 913: Changelog; see 512.
  • 914: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 916: The bug this is supposed to fix is already fixed when using NetHack4's autoexplore code. What's more, this change is incorrect in that it will refuse to even lead a player to a trap or hazardous terrain so that they can choose whether they wish to cross it.
  • 917: Changelog; see 512.
  • 918: NitroHack uses its own build system and random number generator.
  • 922: Already done by NitroHack.
  • 923, 924: See 796 (file_areas) and 823 (debian package).
  • 925, 926: UnNetHack specific.
  • 927: Subversion tag; irrelevant.
  • 929: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 931: NitroHack uses its own build system which doesn't have this problem.
  • 933, 934: Depends on xlogfile (26).
  • 935: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 938: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 940: This bug does not exist in NitroHack's implementation.
  • 945: Changelog; see 512.
  • 947: NitroHack's Curses UI replaces TTY, which no longer exists.
  • 948: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 950: The code this fixes no longer exists.
  • 954: NitroHack generates the equivalent of cmdhelp via its help system, so this correction isn't needed.
  • 957: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 958: Already included in NitroHack.
  • 959: Already implemented in NitroHack.
  • 960: Depends on menucolors (19).
  • 961: NitroHack already implements a third status line that gives enough room for nearly every status that can occur at the same time.
  • 962: Already fixed in NitroHack.
  • 967: Already fixed when 623 was ported.
  • 968: Changelog; see 512.
  • 969: NitroHack already removed all unsupported UIs due to its new architecture.
  • 970: NitroHack already removed all unsupported systems during its refactoring.
  • 971: NitroHack already sets proper default options within its new options system.
  • 972-974: UnNetHack specific.
  • 975: Depends on statuscolors (21), and even then only if its code is conditionally included.
  • 976: NitroHack's Curses UI doesn't have this bug.
  • 977: Tile graphics, also see 971 re. options.
  • 978: UnNetHack specific.
  • 979: Subversion tag; irrelevant.
  • 980: Not an issue with NitroHack, since it requires ncursesw anyway and cannot be compiled with curses.
  • 981: UnNetHack specific.
  • 982: Not applicable to NitroHack's new options system, though a tidy-up of its options screen would be beneficial.
  • 983: See 971 re. options.
  • 984: NitroHack doesn't have the color option, so this can't need not be accounted for.
  • 986: NitroHack's Curses UI doesn't have this bug.
  • 988: UnNetHack specific.
  • 992: NitroHack doesn't have this behavior. In fact, it does no special name handling at all, except making sure it's not empty, it's null-terminated and then handing it to file system for starting the character's log file. Is this a bug?
  • 998: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 1000: Depends on hint mode (891).

1001 to 1100

  • 1001: Depends on hint mode (891).
  • 1002: Already fixed when ported.
  • 1016: Changelog; see 512.
  • 1017: Tile graphics.
  • 1018-1021: UnNetHack specific.
  • 1022: Tile graphics.
  • 1023: See 823 (debian package).
  • 1024: Subversion tag; irrelevant.
  • 1026: UnNetHack specific.
  • 1029: Depends on livelog (92).
  • 1030: Already fixed in NitroHack (yes, all of them).
  • 1031: Already fixed when ported.
  • 1034: Already fixed when ported.
  • 1042: Depends on html dump (424).
  • 1043: Depends on hint mode (891).
  • 1044: This code no longer exists in NitroHack.
  • 1045: This bug no longer exists in NitroHack.
  • 1046: This bug no longer exists in NitroHack.
  • 1047: Depends on hint mode (891).
  • 1048: This bug no longer exists in NitroHack.
  • 1049: X11 GUI support.
  • 1054: UnNetHack specific.
  • 1055: Depends on xlogfile (26).
  • 1057, 1059: NitroHack already supports these via unicode.conf.
  • 1060: This code does not exist in NitroHack.
  • 1063: Depends on hint mode (891).
  • 1065: NitroHack has its own build system.
  • 1066: This dramatic-sounding revision ("Remove altar sacrificing") in fact just fixes some trailing whitespace in the extended conducts code, which has already been done.
  • 1069, 1070: This code and the 'traditional' menu style no longer exist in NitroHack.
  • 1072: This bug does not exist in NitroHack.
  • 1073: Subversion branch (platform-agnostic bones_saves); irrelevant, plus NitroHack already supports both of these.
  • 1074: See 1073 (bones_saves).
  • 1076: Fixed by refactoring done by Daniel Thaler when porting layered location memory from SLASH'EM.
  • 1083: Subversion merge of trunk to branch (advent calendar); irrelevant.
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