@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ A collection of configurations and scripts for use with [DiscworldMUD](http://di
For reference, I host this configuration on a Linux VPS and thus am able to "take over" the Tmux session as I move between devices/lose internet without being disconnected from the game. This may help to explain some decisions made.
## Features and Bits
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* Chat Monitor
* Map Door Text parser
* Hotspot timers
* Group shield monitor
* ASCII map
### Commands and Scripts
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Read a letter in your inventory and print a solution, with the term to scry highlighted. Mostly uses the data from the Dead Letters page on the [wiki](https://dwwiki.mooo.com/wiki/Dead_letter_office_jobs). Works only for **difficult customers** and **distant lands**.
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This python script (`src/mdtparse.py`) parses the mapdoortext data delivered by GMCP as you move rooms and displays a nice formatted list. Customizable with a configuration file (`mdtconfig.json`) that allows for picking out particular NPCs, assigning them point values, and colouring.
#### Item/NPC/Room Search
* Files: `src/quow.tin`
* Files: `src/db.tin`
* Made possible by [Quow's](http://quow.co.uk) fantastic data collection and publicly available database.
A series of TinTin aliases that invoke SQLite to search through Quow's database and retrieve various information about game items, people and places.
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* Route-finding logic and of course the database taken directly from [Quow's](http://quow.co.uk) lovely MUSHclient package.
A python script (`src/maproute.py`) is handed the room_identifier of your current location and of your target location and attempts to create an alias to walk you there. This functionality can be invoked in-game with the `db route #` command, where `#` is the result number (0-9) that preceeds the results in any of the previously mentioned database search commands (`db item`, `db npc`, `db room`, `db gatherable`)
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Note that because the tell containing sync information is full of lengthy unix timestamps, you'll need to make sure to set your `cols 999` in-game before having another player sync to you (this is only needed on tt++, MUSH handles this gracefully).
#### Group Shield Monitor
* File `src/group.tin`
> Show the shield output inline: `sgs` (show group shields)
> Reset the monitor and re-capture: `rgs` (reset group shields)