The PennMUSH development team is pleased to annouce the release of 1.8.3p3, a major support) release to the development version.
This category collects announcements of software releases -- particularly new releases of PennMUSH itself from the development team.
The PennMUSH development team is pleased to annouce the release of 1.8.2p5, a minor bugfix update to the stable version.
The PennMUSH devteam is pleased to announce the release of PennMUSH 1.8.2p2, which fixes several bugs and typos, including two uncommon crash situations in PennMUSH 1.8.0. This patch is highly recommended for all users of the "stable" series that are not intending to upgrade to 1.8.3 immediately.
We're also pleased to announce the first release of the PennMUSH 1.8.3 series. This is the new "development" series, and future releases will contain both bugfixes and new features. 1.8.3 includes all of the fixes in 1.8.2p2 as well as an extensive rewrite of the internal ansi color handling routines.
This is a quick patch to correct an issue that crept into the 1.8.2p0 release
at the last minute.
You can retrieve this version, or patch files to this version from 1.8.2p0
* Corrected inadvertent breakage of null comparisons. Patched by
* Added overview since 1.8.0 to help 1.8.2p0. [EEH]
The PennMUSH dev team is happy to announce the release of PennMUSH 1.8.2, the latest "stable" series release. As in the past, even-numbered versions are maintained for bugfixes only, and odd-numbered versions get both bugfixes and new features.
1.8.2 represents the conclusion of the feature development in 1.8.1, and includes a large number of new functions over PennMUSH 1.8.0. as well as the refinement and expansion of existing features. This includes multiple aliases per player, multiple search and sort related utility functions to simplify common processes, the decompose function for recreating the original version of parsed strings, the movement of the Home command to a standard command enabling it to be @hook'd and other such behavior, the movement of the FIXED restriction of Home into restrict.cnf, and many other functions, substitutions, and updates.
PennMUSH 1.8.0p13 and 1.8.1p9 have been released in the usual place. They fix two crash bugs that can be exploited by mortal players, and are highly recommended.
PennMUSH 1.8.1p8 has been released. This version fixes two crash bugs and introduces some new features, including: AAHEAR/AMHEAR attribute flags, improvements to @conformat/@invformat, lwho-like functions that return objids, the stringsecs() function, %i0-%i9 (shortcuts for itext()), and other minor improvements and bugfixes.
Two new releases. 1.8.0p12 is just bugfixes, and some small improvements in networking and logging.
1.8.1p7 includes many new features. Important changes: The FIXED flag's restriction on home no longer happens in the hardcode -- you must add it to restrict.cnf! Also, the LIGHT flag now overrides DARK consistently; as a consequence, DARK wizards appear in LIGHT rooms.
Some of the new stuff includes @lock/take (who may get something from a container, replaces @lock/enter for this purpose), improved @chan/recall and crecall(), speak(), ulambda(), unique(), nextdbref(), namelist().
Two new releases in the usual place. 1.8.0p11 is very minor fixes. 1.8.1p6 makes more substantial internal changes, including a new version of PCRE and removal of the NT_TCP code. User-noticeable changes include a new LOUD flag, DBREFLIST^ lock key, the Many_Attribs power, improvements to decompose(), new functions mapsql(), wildgrep(), and ordinal(), and an assortment of bugfixes.
Two new releases in the usual places.
1.8.0p10 is nearly all bugfixes, and highly recommended. The most important fix is a double-evaluation bug in sql(). As a bonus, the fix allows for row and field separators to more than one character.
1.8.1p5 includes those bugfixes as well as a fix for a 1.8.1-specific crash bug, and several feature improvements, including the nsearch() family of functions, @list/locks, two new @search classes, and other feature and portability enhancements.
1.8.1p5 introduces one incompatibility: @attrib/access now requires a space-separated list of full flag n