Saturday, October 12, 2013

Wandering around the Stunt ecosystem and GitHub

I've spent some time today compiling Stunt, trying out Improvise and looking at my fork of Stunt on GitHub. Been a long time!

I had little luck playing with the console one gets via Improvise (think: a terminal emulator in the browser), but it was cool nonetheless. The experience was much like loading the Minimal.db that comes with the original LambdaMOO server code: pretty much anything you type ends in a cryptic error.

Reading more documentation cleared things up a bit. I've half a notion to build out a personal website based off of Stunt and Improvise. My recent thinking is to plunge into the Indie Web movement a bit and run a personal site: first, as a WordPress site (just to get going) and then perhaps rolling my own CMS using Node.js or Django.

(The ideation phase is always the most fun, when all things are possible and sound really cool in your head).

But the possibly-meaningless thought of "making a personal web site that is programmable by any user" has the weird appeal of the pre-Cloud days of the Web, and even the weirdness of the pre-World Wide Web days of the Internet. (LambdaMOO was born roughly the same time as the web).

Well, much to think about. I'd like to see Stunt become widely available via various package management systems (Fedora, MacPorts, etc).

Oh, I should note here I've moved to Key West, Florida. This came about after, one day in May, I was looking at the classified ads in the online edition of The Citizen, Key West's local paper. There was a job listed in Help Wanted that was perfect for my wife: Director of Development for the Key West Art and Historical Society. I teasingly sent the ad to her, she applied for it just to show me up, and landed the job. So in short order we moved from Las Vegas to Key West.

This spells the end of my technology-scene-building days for a while. Vegas was a tabula rasa as far as tech scenes go, so I plunged myself into every tech Meetup there was and started one of my own (Las Vegas Developers Meetup, for any software developer regardless of technology). I also cofounded the first Vegas GiveCamp, a weekend hackathon for charity.

But since at least the middle of this year I've longed to get back into open source development. Probably longer. I think the free time is now there to finally finish work on Automake and roll some Linux distro packages. 

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Stunt is now C++

Over at Stunt.io, Todd Sundsted has released the C++ version of Stunt, his fork of the LambdaMOO server.

Much of my Waverous LambdaMOO went into it, even if not directly: Todd had done so much work on the multiple-inheritance addition to the MOO scripting language that my branch was too far out of sync with the mainline to be merged... but Todd used my branch as a guide.

See the announcment on the MOO-talk mailing list!

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Long hot summer

I have nothing new regarding the project. I've been super busy running LVDev, participating in the National Day of Civic Hacking (I won the category "Best Civic Hack"), and organizing the first Las Vegas GiveCamp.

Lately I've been longing to plunge into more open source work though!

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Waverous patches soon to be integrated into Stunt

I saw a wonderful message from Todd Sundsted this weekend on the MOO-Talk list:
Next up, I'm going to start integrating Steve Wainstead's C++ patches into Stunt. This will give us better tools for abstracting away some of the complexity in the current codebase.
I haven't been doing anything with Waverous for months now and this is a shot in the arm. In part I took a deep dive into Minecraft and spent a lot of time on it -- a few hundred hours of playing time.

This was a direct result of reading Jane McGonigal's "Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World." I never knew all those years of playing Grand Theft Auto were making me happier and mentally healthier. I sold my PS3 a couple of years ago and decided I wouldn't sink any more time into gameplay. When my wife took a four day trip to New Orleans I decided to spend the alone-time in a new immersive experience. I loved every minute of it.

This is related peripherally to LambdaMOO development work in that some people still use MOOs to create and play games. The MOO I reside on does not do this, but one of the projects I want to pursue is use the package management system of Stunt to create some rooms and objects... I think prefabricated worlds (or even just portions of worlds) offer some good potential for wizards and world building. Imagine someone recreated the world of Harry Potter in a MOO: another person could contribute the Hogwarts Express, for example. The world builder might have two or three Hogwarts Express packages to choose from, offering different features. Todd's package management system will allow a level of sharing that was never possible before with LambdaMOO.

I highly recommend watching Jane McGonigal's TED talk "The Game That Can Give You Ten Extra Years of Life."

Thursday, July 12, 2012

A C++ version of Stunt is born

Compiling:
-*- mode: compilation; default-directory: "~/Sites/projects/moowork/stunt-swain/" -*-
Compilation started at Thu Jul 12 19:38:35

make
[ config.h : config.status ]
./config.status
config.status: creating Makefile
config.status: creating config.h
config.status: config.h is unchanged
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o ast.o ast.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o base64.o base64.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o code_gen.o code_gen.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o collection.o collection.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o db_file.o db_file.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o db_io.o db_io.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o db_objects.o db_objects.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o db_properties.o db_properties.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o db_verbs.o db_verbs.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o decompile.o decompile.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o disassemble.o disassemble.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o eval_env.o eval_env.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o eval_vm.o eval_vm.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o exceptions.o exceptions.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o exec.o exec.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o execute.o execute.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o extension-fileio.o extension-fileio.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o extensions.o extensions.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o functions.o functions.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o hmac_sha2.o hmac_sha2.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o http_parser.o http_parser.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o json.o json.c
bison -y -d parser.y 
mv -f y.tab.c parser.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o parser.o parser.c
touch y.tab.h
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o keywords.o keywords.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o list.o list.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o log.o log.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o map.o map.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o match.o match.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o md5.o md5.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o name_lookup.o name_lookup.c
touch net_single.o
touch net_multi.o
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o network.o network.c
touch net_mp_selct.o
touch net_mp_poll.o
touch net_mp_fake.o
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o net_mplex.o net_mplex.c
touch net_bsd_tcp.o
touch net_bsd_lcl.o
touch net_sysv_tcp.o
touch net_sysv_lcl.o
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o net_proto.o net_proto.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o numbers.o numbers.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o objects.o objects.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o parse_cmd.o parse_cmd.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o pattern.o pattern.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o program.o program.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o property.o property.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o quota.o quota.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o regexpr.o regexpr.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o server.o server.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o sha1.o sha1.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o sha256.o sha256.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o storage.o storage.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o streams.o streams.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o str_intern.o str_intern.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o sym_table.o sym_table.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o tasks.o tasks.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o timers.o timers.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o unparse.o unparse.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o utils.o utils.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o verbs.o verbs.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o version.o version.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o yajl.o yajl.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o yajl_alloc.o yajl_alloc.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o yajl_buf.o yajl_buf.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o yajl_encode.o yajl_encode.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o yajl_gen.o yajl_gen.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o yajl_lex.o yajl_lex.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o yajl_parser.o yajl_parser.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -c -o yajl_version.o yajl_version.c
g++ -m32 -O -DHAVE_CONFIG_H ast.o base64.o code_gen.o collection.o db_file.o db_io.o
 db_objects.o db_properties.o db_verbs.o decompile.o disassemble.o eval_env.o
 eval_vm.o exceptions.o exec.o execute.o extension-fileio.o extensions.o functions.o 
hmac_sha2.o http_parser.o json.o keywords.o list.o log.o map.o match.o md5.o 
name_lookup.o network.o net_mplex.o net_proto.o numbers.o objects.o parse_cmd.o 
pattern.o program.o property.o quota.o regexpr.o server.o sha1.o sha256.o storage.o 
streams.o str_intern.o sym_table.o tasks.o timers.o unparse.o utils.o verbs.o 
version.o yajl.o yajl_alloc.o yajl_buf.o yajl_encode.o yajl_gen.o yajl_lex.o 
yajl_parser.o yajl_version.o parser.o -lexpat  -o moo
rm parser.c

Compilation finished at Thu Jul 12 19:38:51
Running:
bash-3.2$ ./moo Stunt.db Stunt.db.new
Jul 12 19:46:36: CMDLINE: Outbound network connections enabled.
Jul 12 19:46:36: STARTING: Version 1.8.3+?_ad_hoc_?? of the LambdaMOO server
Jul 12 19:46:36:           (Using BSD/TCP protocol)
Jul 12 19:46:36:           (Task timeouts measured in server CPU seconds.)
Jul 12 19:46:36:           (Process id 39697)
Jul 12 19:46:36: LOADING: Stunt.db
Jul 12 19:46:36: LOADING: Reading 11 objects ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: LOADING: Done reading 11 objects ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: VALIDATING the object hierarchies ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: VALIDATE: Phase 1: Check for invalid objects ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: VALIDATE: Phase 2: Check for cycles ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: VALIDATE: Phase 3: Check for inconsistencies ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: VALIDATING the object hierarchies ... finished.
Jul 12 19:46:36: LOADING: Reading 94 MOO verb programs ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: NAME_LOOKUP: Started new lookup process
Jul 12 19:46:36: LOADING: Done reading 94 verb programs ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: LOADING: Reading forked and suspended tasks ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: LOADING: Reading list of formerly active connections ...
Jul 12 19:46:36: LOADING: Stunt.db done, will dump new database on Stunt.db.new
Jul 12 19:46:36: INTERN: 770 allocations saved, 9815 bytes
Jul 12 19:46:36: INTERN: at end, 750 entries in a 10007 bucket hash table.
Jul 12 19:46:36: Loaded protect cache for 177 builtin functions
Jul 12 19:46:36: LISTEN: #0 now listening on port 7777
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING: Log-in via passkey is enabled for the following players
 (specified in $passkey_players):
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:   "Wizard" (#5)
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:   "Programmer" (#6)
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING: This is a severe security vulnerability.  In a secure 
environment you should:
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:   disable passkey login:
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:     ; $disable_passkey_login = 1
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:     ; $passkey_players = {}
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:   disable existing passkeys:
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:     ; #5.passkey = 0
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:     ; #6.passkey = 0
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:   and for good measure:
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:     ; set_player_flag(#5, 0)
Jul 12 19:46:36: > WARNING:     ; set_player_flag(#6, 0)
Jul 12 19:46:36: > PASSKEY for "Wizard" (#5): 14FC3656E763CB43C5E16F4CE9A9B77EE742629677A29048C44423C640A59442 (keep it secret)
Jul 12 19:46:36: > PASSKEY for "Programmer" (#6): 2B3BE77D36447234AE5AEBB920FC1E3F7B0FDAB8D4169A3FED23C57C0753C398 (keep it secret)
Jul 12 19:46:54: ACCEPT: #-2 on port 7777 from localhost, port 56831
Jul 12 19:47:11: CONNECTED: Wizard (#5) on port 7777 from localhost, port 56831
And connecting:
Trying 127.0.0.1...
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.
Welcome to Stunt!  For information about Stunt, check out http://stunt.io/.  To 
connect to the server, type "connect ".
connect 14FC3656E763CB43C5E16F4CE9A9B77EE742629677A29048C44423C640A59442
*** Connected ***
In truth, there's one more file that needs modification: exec.c, which uses goto as it was meant to be used but g++ doesn't like it. But that's a small obstacle to overcome.

UPDATE! Todd sent me a patch for exec.c. I've applied, compiled, tested, committed and pushed it.

Monday, July 9, 2012

The finish line nears!: Merging Waverous's C++ changes into Stunt

Yesterday I had several blissful hours to hack away, applying patches to the "waverous" branch in my fork of Stunt.

I had to deal with a few more places in the Stunt code that differed from the Waverous code; namely, Stunt was forked from a later commit of LambdaMOO than Waverous was. (I started with the code base on Sourceforge, whereas Todd started with the code base on Github). There are several places that use a new macro, TRY_STREAM, which in turn uses the original TRY macro. I fixed the compiler error occurring after macro expansion (which didn't turn out to be all that hard, fortunately).

By midnight last night I had the project successfully compiling, which was quite exciting. But the linking phase was failing; I found I was missing a handful of source files in Makefile.in, like json.[hc], collection.[hc] and a few others.

I think the Makefile.in is now up to date and I just have to update the files for File I/O to make g++ happy. After that, there's about 100-150 patches to look at but the vast majority of them are specific to my goals with Waverous, like including the LambdaMOO and JHCore databases, removing scripts used during porting, adding documentation, helper tools like Neil Fraser's Moo Database Browser, etc.

I think there are a handful of patches to apply still that deal mostly with updates to the Autotools but I consider those to come after the milestone of a running "Stunt++" server. Todd announced my work on the MOO Talk mailing list this morning.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Backporting: Patching Waverous from Stunt

Today I wrapped up a bit of work needed in db_file.c where the TRY/EXCEPT/ENDTRY macros were replaced with their respective code. Somehow one block went missing during the patching process, and I compared files by eyeball between Stunt and Waverous to figure out where things went wrong.

I then applied a change from Stunt to Waverous, the first such change: Todd found the files ref_count.h and ref_count.c were never used since their innards were never seen by the compiler, being hidden by #IF 0 ... #ENDIF blocks.

I cleaned up Waverous's Makefile.in dependency list the usual hard way, which means getting the project to compile and running make depend. I have to revisit how this is done some day because there has to be a better way. Maybe this approach will work. (Edit: actually, with a little bit of thought it isn't necessary to get the project to compile... one just has to run the bison command plus a couple others to generate y.tab.h and parser.c, and then make depend will work fine).

I finally found what I was looking for in git: git-format-patch. Running this in the Waverous project for every commit from where I am now in the commit history to HEAD, I get 223 files. This sounds worse than it actually is:

bash-3.2$ git format-patch 763e7648518c54cf011f4df6011cc796b6838175^..HEAD
0001-Another-questionable-change-that-could-cause-headach.patch
0002-largely-cast-fixes-and-replacing-new-with-_new.patch
0003-Another-one-to-watch-out-for-as-I-did-this.patch
0004-More-cast-fixes-should-have-all-instances-of-try-as-.patch
0005-A-tricky-one.-The-passed-in-data-struct-pointer-was-.patch
0006-Minor-cast-fix.-But-casting-TYPE_STR-is-getting-to-b.patch
0007-Changed-void-to-int-to-satisfy-longjmp-note-that-cb-.patch
0008-The-biggest-issue-in-this-commit-was-the-copying-of-.patch
0009-For-now-committing-this-even-though-the-compiler-iss.patch
0010-Oops.-Accidentally-converted-this_arm-to-self_arm-wh.patch
0011-Fixing-a-few-more-enum-comparisons-the-compiler-didn.patch
0012-Casts-all-around-to-satisfy-the-compiler.patch
0013-There-were-a-few-cases-of-__new-and-new-which-should.patch
0014-one-cast-to-fix-this-file-for-our-old-void-pointer-f.patch
0015-Moved-an-enum-out-of-a-struct-so-it-would-be-in-scop.patch
0016-one-_new-and-a-number-of-casts-made.patch
0017-scratch-file-to-be-deleted-later-list-of-occurances-.patch
0018-ignoring-the-TAGS-file.patch
0019-Added-comment-pointing-to-the-CPP-manual-explaining-.patch
0020-after-macro-expansion-g-complained-that.patch
0021-Fixed-calls-to-getsockname-with-casts.patch
0022-Borrowed-the-definition-of-the-struct-exception-from.patch
0023-various-casts-to-make-the-compiler-happy.patch
0024-More-cast-fixes.patch
0025-Casts-but-these-are-rather-suspicious-to-me.patch
0026-assorted-casts-none-too-scary-looking.patch
0027-Fixing-up-the-function-signatures-so-it-passes-g-.-T.patch
0028-Made-a-goof-changing-the-function-signature-omitting.patch
0029-Fixed-several-function-signatures-which-were-using-p.patch
0030-Some-casts-and-an-accidental-change-of-this_program-.patch
0031-More-casts-one-set-of-macros-expanded-to-fix-casting.patch
0032-fixed-a-missed-catch-keyword-changed-to-_catch-and-a.patch
0033-Casts-and-two-places-there-s-an-in-an-if-statement-w.patch
0034-Fix-cast-to-var_type.patch
0035-Added-workaround-for-casting-a-bitmask-operation.patch
0036-Another-casting-fix-to-get-rid-of-the-compiler-s-com.patch
0037-I-commented-out-the-definition-of-var_type-an-enum-i.patch
0038-cleaning-up-scripts-used-to-massage-the-code-base.patch
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0043-adding-FUP-to-the-project-not-yet-compiled-in-just-a.patch
0044-temporarily-stashing-this-in-svn-so-I-don-t-lose-it.patch
0045-commiting-Avalon-patch-files-for-now-will-delete-lat.patch
0046-adding-LambdaCore-database.patch
0047-Adding-FUP-files-per-install-instructions.patch
0048-Tweaks-to-compile-on-RedHat-based-linux-system.patch
0049-Tweak-to-let-crypt-be-found-on-linux-use-the-header-.patch
0050-Tweak-to-let-lrand48-be-found-on-linux-use-the-heade.patch
0051-applied-first-avalon-patch-tORIGINAL-d20040322.patch.patch
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0057-applied-d20050327-d20051106.patch.patch
0058-applied-d20051106-d20051107.patch.patch
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0061-This-largish-commit-is-mostly-the-work-of-Merlin-and.patch
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0076-Cleaning-up-warnings-generated-when-compiled-with-pe.patch
0077-though-I-don-t-see-what-the-deal-is-the-compiler-war.patch
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0079-Added-a-ifndef-for-INT32_MAX-which-is-predefined-by-.patch
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0086-I-found-this-via-some-link-for-the-enCore-database-f.patch
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0106-I-added-the-following.patch
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0108-Basic-top-level-Makefile-the-main-use-being-to-build.patch
0109-getting-rid-of-this-cvs-cruft.patch
0110-Creating-a-chrooted-environment-to-run-waverous-in.patch
0111-Removing-trailing-comma-to-make-pedantic-happy.patch
0112-Ran-GNU-indent-on-all-.h-and-.c-files-to-standardize.patch
0113-Cleanup-removing-all-the-old-rcs-string-constants-an.patch
0114-Currently-this-generates-HTML-only-i.e.-no-Latex-or-.patch
0115-removed-old-CVS-log-entries.patch
0116-removed-outdated-bits-updated-others.patch
0117-Renamed-task_queue-to-TaskQueue-as-a-start-to-making.patch
0118-Removing-more-hopefull-all-of-the-CVS-log-entries-an.patch
0119-Reformatted-struct-names-that-are-internal-to-this-m.patch
0120-In-options.h-it-was-noted-that-using-a-copy-of-GNU-s.patch
0121-removed-CVS-log-entries.patch
0122-commenting-what-a-static-inline-function-is-in-C-ter.patch
0123-Experimental-patch-that-converts-the-Task-struct-to-.patch
0124-1-CPPFLAGS-was-used-but-never-defined-I-ve-added-the.patch
0125-Adding-install-sh-per-the-GNU-Coding-Standards-the-m.patch
0126-stripped-out-old-CVS-log-entries.patch
0127-1-I-don-t-think-anyone-needs-to-mail-Pavil-anymore-r.patch
0128-newest-generated-configure-script.patch
0129-Check-for-expat.h-and-don-t-check-for-the-expat-libr.patch
0130-I-ve-removed-the-DEXPAT_XML-flag-from-the-compiler-f.patch
0131-added-the-standard-DEFS-DEFS-variable-and-DEFS-to-th.patch
0132-I-ve-added-conditionals-to-configure.in-to-test-if.patch
0133-typo-fix-missing-space.patch
0134-I-ve-removed-the-patches-for-configure-aclocal.m4-an.patch
0135-Now-the-user-can-specify-enable-expat-yes-no-to-.-co.patch
0136-Added-ifdef-endif-around-the-code-to-handle-conditio.patch
0137-Added-ifdef-endif-around-the-externs-and-function-ca.patch
0138-Added-USE_EXT_FUP-and-HAVE_EXPAT_H-for-conditional-c.patch
0139-Broke-out-ext-xml.c-from-the-main-group-of-source-fi.patch
0140-Let-the-user-choose-whether-to-include-expat-or-FUP-.patch
0141-Preparing-for-beta2-soonish.patch
0142-Updating-the-name-from-configure.in-to-configure.ac-.patch
0143-updating-the-rule-for-configure.in-to-confiture.ac.patch
0144-Experimental-you-can-now-say-.-configure-enable-open.patch
0145-The-macro-AC_TEST_PROGRAM-was-deprecated-and-replace.patch
0146-yet-another-newest-version-of-configure.patch
0147-Rolling-back-my-changes-for-now-not-sure-why-all-the.patch
0148-I-was-running-into-the-problem-of-in-gdb-linux-I-cou.patch
0149-Documented-the-depend-target-which-requires-files-ge.patch
0150-I-ve-changed-the-configure-options-from-enable-woobl.patch
0151-README-file-added-to-explain-this-directory-and-the-.patch
0152-removing-extraneous-lines-from-chroot.sh.patch
0153-Renaming-this-to-waverous-tester.exp-and-giving-it-t.patch
0154-Renamed-this-file-to-waverous-tester.exp.patch
0155-Adding-the-files-for-fileio.patch
0156-Adding-a-LICENSE-file-to-clarify-all-the-licenses-fo.patch
0157-Inserting-the-license-for-this-file-that-exists-in-a.patch
0158-Adding-the-license-on-behalf-of-Andy.patch
0159-Adding-the-licensing-that-goes-with-this-file.patch
0160-Commenting-on-the-licensing-of-this-file.patch
0161-Expounding-some-more-on-the-licensing-of-the-sources.patch
0162-Renaming-restart.sh-to-mooctl-in-line-with-scripts-i.patch
0163-Updating-the-instructions-by-s-restart-mooctl-g.-Not.patch
0164-Use-0-instead-of-the-script-name-use-gzip-instead-of.patch
0165-testbed-for-playing-with-the-features-of-getopt_long.patch
0166-Got-rid-of-optreset-which-GNU-didn-t-like-and-I-wasn.patch
0167-Explanatory-comments-for-the-case-of-zero.patch
0168-Moved-the-option-to-log-user-commands-in-the-event-o.patch
0169-Adding-the-MCP-2.1-implementation-updating-the-READM.patch
0170-Moved-UNFORKED_CHECKPOINTS-into-.-configure-and-frie.patch
0171-Minor-formatting-update.patch
0172-Redid-the-no-forking-configure-option-is-now-with-fo.patch
0173-Including-licensing-info-for-the-external-package-Fi.patch
0174-Notes-on-what-to-add-in-this-prototype-of-command-li.patch
0175-Largish-commit-to-add-finally-the-package-File-I-O-a.patch
0176-Two-file-wide-changes-and-one-small-one.patch
0177-Small-object-to-test-File-I-O.patch
0178-Added-a-small-example-for-file_open.patch
0179-Fixed-the-dumb-mistakes-I-made-in-my-first-attempt-t.patch
0180-Bumped-up-the-version-number-of-Waverous-tweaked-the.patch
0181-Updated-configure-file.patch
0182-Note-added-about-make-install-in-the-future.patch
0183-Changed-the-default-text-editor-mode-from-c-to-autoc.patch
0184-Dropped-pgperf-the-customized-verion-of-GNU-gperf-th.patch
0185-Removed-pgperf-from-the-LICENSE-file-as-it-s-no-long.patch
0186-Check-for-GNU-gperf-issue-a-warning-if-not-found.-gp.patch
0187-Latest-.-configure-script.patch
0188-Dropping-LambdaMOO-specific-redeclaration-of-AC_FUNC.patch
0189-Removed-checks-for-AUX-ALPHA-NeXT-SGI-HPUX.patch
0190-Moved-the-custom-MOO-m4-macros-into-their-own-file-i.patch
0191-Missing-quote-in-a-comment-fixed.patch
0192-Dropping-the-test-to-see-if-malloc-is-defined-in-std.patch
0193-Further-removing-MOO_MALLOC_H-from-configure.patch
0194-By-specifying-C-as-the-project-language-via-the-auto.patch
0195-At-some-point-in-the-past-I-modified-the-JHCore-db-b.patch
0196-Removing-the-test-for-bzero.-In-some-older-systems-i.patch
0197-Latest-configure.patch
0198-Dropping-the-test-for-the-compiler-s-support-for-the.patch
0199-Latest-configure-file.patch
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0201-Removing-errant-use-of-AC_PREREQ-which-autoconf-2.61.patch
0202-I-dunno-if-I-have-the-wrong-version-of-aclocal-or-wh.patch
0203-Latest-.-configure-file-created-by-autoconf.patch
0204-Somehow-I-missed-the-call-to-MOO_CONST-and-autoconf-.patch
0205-Updated-.-configure-script-with-no-more-MOO_CONST.patch
0206-Make-OUTBOUND_NETWORK-a-configure-option.patch
0207-First-cut-at-crediting-the-authors-for-the-conversio.patch
0208-Updated-the-authors-list.patch
0209-Updated-authors-list-again.patch
0210-Adding-the-other-two-canonical-programmer-user-refer.patch
0211-Xythian-s-.gitignore-from-lambdamoo-on-github.patch
0212-Example-make-distcheck-per-the-Autotools-book.patch
0213-Removed-CVS-log-entries.patch
0214-New-version-of-autoconf-thus-new-version-of-.-config.patch
0215-Temporary-log-file-I-m-working-off-of-while-patching.patch
0216-I-m-marking-blocks-with-leading-semicolons-to-note-w.patch
0217-Fix-void-pointer-problems-when-BYTECODE_REDUCE_REF-i.patch
0218-Commented-out-SHAs-I-ve-applied-as-patches-to-Stunt-.patch
0219-Marked-another-commit-as-patched-to-Stunt.patch
0220-Porting-a-change-over-from-Stunt-ref_count.-hc-are-n.patch
0221-Removed-references-to-ref_count.h.patch
0222-Added-some-needed-macros-like-delref-copied-from-Stu.patch
0223-Removed-all-references-to-ref_count.h-and-ref_count..patch
Many of these are not germane to porting Stunt to C++. Some have funny names, and it's a lesson on why one should start every commit with what looks like a Subject: line, something I hadn't adopted while working in Subversion.