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+===============================================================================
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+FACILSERVIL : `Easy Server`                           Dead-simple, dead-useful.
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+===============================================================================
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+
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+Sometimes, it's just annoying and time-draining to deal with all of the
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+intricacies of :usockets-- if, to that, you say something like...
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+
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+        "I just want to write a simple TCP server, dammit!
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+         There's got to be an easier way!"
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+
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+... then Facilservil is for you!
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+
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+Facilservil ("easy server") abstracts away the entire server bits, allowing you
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+to focus on flexibility.
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+
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+
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+----------------------------------------
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+FEATURES
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+----------------------------------------
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+
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+ * Multi-user
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+ * Shutdown protection
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+ * Input-handling
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+ * Simple logging system
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+ * Flexibility
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+ * UTF-8
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+
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+
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+----------------------------------------
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+DEMONSTRATION
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+----------------------------------------
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+
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+Load up Facilservil, then run this in your repl:
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+    
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+       (facilservil:ex-server 8888)
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+
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+Now, connect your computer on port 8888!
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+If you're on LiGNUx or BSD, you can use "telnet localhost 8888"
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+
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+It'll show you a pretty example server. :)
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+
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+In reality, 'ex-server is just a small function for demonstration-- the
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+example server really looks like this:
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+
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+        (facilservil:server "0.0.0.0" port
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+	                    'facilservil:connect-ex 'facilservil:disconnect-ex
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+			    'facilservil:input-handle-ex)
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+
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+It runs #'connect-ex when you connect, #'disconnect-ex when you disconnect,
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+and #'input-handle-ex after you finish a command, to handle your input.
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+
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+If you wanna see this example's code (is there a better way to learn?), look
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+in "/src/ex.lisp".
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+
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+For a different kind of example (less interesting, since it takes no user
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+input), look at QOTDD (https://git.eunichx.us/qotdd).
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+
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+For a more comprehensive guide to Facilservil, look to USAGE, coming right up.
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+
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+
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+----------------------------------------
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+USAGE
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+----------------------------------------
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+
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+To use Facilservil, just use the `facilservil:server` function somewhere:
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+
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+        (facilservil:server host port
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+                            connecting disconnecting input-handler
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+                            &key (command-byte 10) (halting 'halt-ex))
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+
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+"host" and "port" are, obviously, the host-IP and port, respectively.
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+"connecting"	is the function that will be executed when a user connects.
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+"disconnecting"	is the function that will run when someone disconnects.
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+"input-handler"	interprets the input of a user, when they complete a command.
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+"command-byte"	is the byte which determines if they've completed a command.
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+            	it's 10 by default, which is newline.
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+"halting"    	is the function executed when the server shuts down.
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+
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+
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+Basically, you write the "connecting", "disconnecting", and "input-handler"
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+functions (maybe "halting"), and you've got a handy-dandy server.
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+
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+These functions you write must accept the following arguments:
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+        connecting	(socket client-id)
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+        disconnecting	(socket client-id)
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+        input-handler	(socket client-id input-string)
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+	halting    	()
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+
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+Let's say that you want to write a connecting function which sends a friendly
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+"welcome" message. You'd do that like this, just about:
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+
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+        (defun my-connecting-function (socket client-id)
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+	  (client-write socket
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+	    (format nil "Hey, welcome to this server, ~A! <3" client-id)
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+	    'T))
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+
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+This will write to the connecting user's socket (which is passed to your
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+function), "Hey, welcome to this server," followed by their client-id.
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+
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+Every user, upon connection, is given a client ID number which is correlated
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+with their connection socket. This ID number is random, and can be up to
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+999999 in value.
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+
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+To send a message to a user, get their socket, and run
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+          (facilservil:client-write socket string &optional newline)
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+
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+"newline", which defaults to nil, determines whether or not your message is
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+followed with a newline.
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+
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+I'll give you one more quick example-- then you'll probably get usage.
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+
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+Let's write a quick input handler.
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+           (defun my-input-handler (socket client-id input-string)
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+	     (if (equal input-string "Hello")
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+		(facilservil:client-write socket "And hi to you!" 't)
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+		(facilservil:client-write socket "You won't even say hi?" 'T)))
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+
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+It should be pretty self-explanatory.
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+You just scale up from them-- write a nice command parser or something, and
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+you're on your way! :)
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+
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+Now, one more thing: to run the server with your new functions, just do this:
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+
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+            (facilservil:server host port
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+	    'my-connecting-function 'facilservil:disconnect-ex
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+	    'my-input-handler)
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+
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+
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+TIP: When it comes to user data, you might want to use a hash-table or two which
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+     correlate client-ids and user data. ^_^
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+
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+
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+----------------------------------------
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+NON-FEATURES (TODO)
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+----------------------------------------
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+
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+ * Ctrl-C etc will crash servers
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+ * Some UTF characters don't go over well
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+ * Internationalization should be supported--
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+   right now, logs etc are always in English.
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+   Not cool.
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+ * You should be able to log to a file.
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+
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+
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+----------------------------------------
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+BORING STUFF
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+----------------------------------------
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+License is in COPYING (GNU GPLv3)
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+Author is Jaidyn Ann <jadedctrl@teknik.io>
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+Sauce is at https://git.eunichx.us/facilservil
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+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
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+
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+
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+;; -------------------------------------
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+
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+
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+;; CMD
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+;; SOCKET NUMBER STRING --> NIL
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+(format t "REGISTERING... ~%")
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+(lm:cmd-register 'say '("say" "speak" "talk")
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+	   "Say something, anything-- broadcast it to all connected users."
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+	   "[say] *")
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+(format t "~A~%" lm:*cmd-list*)
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+(defun say (user string)
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+  (if (not (eq (length string) 0))
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+		    (let ((speech-string
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+			    (lm:string-substitutions
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+			      (nih:random-item
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+				"%A says, \"%B\""
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+				"\"%B\", %A says."
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+				"\"%B\", says %A."
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+				"%A says, \"%B\""
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+				"%A speaks: \"%B\""
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+				"You hear %A say, \"%B\"")
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+
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+			      (list (list "%A" (lm:user-name user))
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+				(list "%B" (string-trim "\"" string))))))
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+
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+		      (lm:user-broadcast speech-string 'T user)))
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+		  "")
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+
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+
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+;; CMD
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+;; SOCKET NUMBER STRING --> NIL
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+(lm:cmd-register 'act '("act" "do" "me" "*")
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+		 "Send a message as if you do something-- like /me in IRC."
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+		 "[act] *")
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+(defun act (user string)
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+  (if (not (eq (length string) 0))
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+	    (lm:user-broadcast
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+	      (nih:string-combine
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+		(lm:user-name user)
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+		(string-trim "*" string)
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+		:seperator #\Space)
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+	      'T
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+	      user))
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+	  "")
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+
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+
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+
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+;; CMD
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+;; STRING STRING --> STRING
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+(lm:cmd-register 'think '("think" "thunk" "'")
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+		 "Send a message that you're thinking about something."
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+		 "[think] *")
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+(defun think (user string)
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+	  (if (not (eq (length string) 0))
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+	    (lm:user-broadcast
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+	      (nih:string-combine
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+		(lm:user-name user)
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+		" thinks, '"
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+		(string-trim "\'" (string-trim "\"" string))
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+		"'")
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+	      'T
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+	      user))
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+	  "")
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+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
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+
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+(defvar *d-login*)
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+(setq *d-login*
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+  `((:username
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+      ,(format nil "What's your username, again?~%[a-z]")
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+
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+      (('T
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+	(if (lm:userp lm:*r*)
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+	  (progn
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+	    (fs:client-data-set lm:*rclient* "temp-username" lm:*r*)
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+	    (lm:client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+				 lm-b:*d-login* :password))
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+
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+	  (fs:client-write lm:*rclient*
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+			   "That's... not a real username.")))))
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+
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+
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+    (:password
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+      ,(format nil "What's the password? >;o~%[*]")
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+
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+      (('T
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+	(let ((temp-user (fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-username"))
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+	      (temp-password lm:*r*))
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+
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+	  (if (lm:loginp temp-user temp-password)
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+	    (progn
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+	      (lm:login-client lm:*rclient* temp-user)
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+	      (lm:client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+				   nil nil))
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+	    (progn
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+	      (fs:client-write lm:*rclient*
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+			       "Wrong password or username!" 'T)
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+	      (lm:client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+				   lm-b:*d-login* :username)))))))))
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+(in-package :lambdamush)
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+
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+(defvar *d-register*)
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+(setq lm-b:*d-register*
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+  `((:username
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+      ,(format nil "What username will you log in with?~%[a-z]")
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+
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+      (('T
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+	(cond
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+	  ((not (ascii-lowercasep lm:*r*))
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+	   (fs:client-write
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+	     lm:*rclient*
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+	     "It looks like you have some non-lowercase-letters in there."
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+	     't))
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+	  ((userp lm:*r*)
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+	   (fs:client-write lm:*rclient*
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+			    "Ah, sorry. That's already taken." 'T))
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+	  ('T
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+	   (fs:client-data-set lm:*rclient* "temp-username" lm:*r*)
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+	   (client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+				lm-b:*d-register* :password-one))))))
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+
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+
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+    (:password-one
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+      ,(format nil "What should your password be?~%[*]")
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+
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+      (('T
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+	(progn
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+	  (fs:client-data-set lm:*rclient* "temp-password-one" lm:*r*)
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+	  (client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+			     lm-b:*d-register* :password-two)))))
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+
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+
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+
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+    (:password-two
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+      ,(format nil "Repeat that password, please.~%[*]")
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+
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+      (('T
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+	(progn
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+	  (fs:client-data-set lm:*rclient* "temp-password-two" lm:*r*)
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+	  (if (equal
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+		(fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-password-one")
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+		(fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-password-two"))
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+
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+	    (progn
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+	      (fs:client-data-set lm:*rclient* "temp-password" lm:*r*)
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+	      (client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+				   lm-b:*d-register* :name))
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+	    
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+	    (progn
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+	      (fs:client-write lm:*rclient*
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+			       "Passwords don't match-- let's try again." 'T)
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+	      (client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+				   lm-b:*d-register* :password-one)))))))
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+
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+
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+
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+    (:name
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+      ,(format nil "What is your name?~%[*]")
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+
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+      (('T
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+	  (if (not (namep lm:*r*))
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+	    (progn
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+	      (fs:client-write lm:*rclient*
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+			       (format nil "~A's a pretty name!" lm:*r*) 'T)
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+	      (fs:client-data-set lm:*rclient* "temp-name" lm:*r*)
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+	      (client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+				   lm-b:*d-register* :gender))
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+	    (progn
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+	      (fs:client-write lm:*rclient*
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+			       "We already have someone by that name..." 'T))))))
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+
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+
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+
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+    (:gender
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+      ,(format nil "What *are* your pronouns, exactly?~%[m f x]")
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+
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+      (((choice lm:*r* "f" "female" "g" "girl" "w" "woman")
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+	(fs:client-write lm:*rclient* "Of course, sorry, ma'am!" 'T)
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+	(fs:client-data-set lm:*rclient* "temp-gender" "f")
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+	(client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+			     lm-b:*d-register* :verify))
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+
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+       ((choice lm:*r* "m" "male" "b" "boy" "m" "man")
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+	(fs:client-write lm:*rclient* "Er, obviously! Sorry, sir." 'T)
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+	(fs:client-data-set lm:*rclient* "temp-gender" "m")
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+	(client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+			     lm-b:*d-register* :verify))
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+
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+       ((choice lm:*r* "n" "nonbinary" "e" "enbie" "x" "non-binary")
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+	(fs:client-write lm:*rclient* "Ah, yes, sorry!" 'T)
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+	(fs:client-data-set lm:*rclient* "temp-gender" "x")
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+	(client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+			     lm-b:*d-register* :verify))
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+
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+       ('T
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+	(fs:client-write
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+	  lm:*rclient* (format nil "Are you a man, woman, or enbie?") 'T))))
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+
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+
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+
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+    (:verify
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+      ,(format nil "Let's review everything so far.~%[enter]")
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+
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+      (('T
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+       (let ((temp-user (fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-username"))
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+	     (temp-pass (fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-password"))
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+	     (temp-gender (fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-gender"))
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+	     (temp-name (fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-name"))) 
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+	 (fs:client-write
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+	   lm:*rclient*
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+	   (format nil "User:  ~A~%Pass:  ~A~%Gend:  ~A~%Name:  ~A~%"
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+		   temp-user temp-pass temp-gender temp-name) 'T)
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+	 (client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+			      lm-b:*d-register* :verify-choose)))))
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+
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+
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+
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+    (:verify-choose
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+      ,(format nil "So, does that all sound good?~%[y n]")
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+
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+      (((choice lm:*r* "y" "yes")
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+	(progn 
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+
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+	  (user-create
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+	    (fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-username")
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+	    (fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-password")
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+	    (fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-name")
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+	    (fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-gender"))
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+
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+	  (login-client lm:*rclient*
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+			(fs:client-data-get lm:*rclient* "temp-username"))
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+	  (fs:client-write lm:*rclient*
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+			   "Alright, your account's been made!" 'T)
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+	  (client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient* nil nil)))
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+
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+
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+       ((choice lm:*r* "n" "no")
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+	(progn
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+	  (fs:client-write lm:*rclient*
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+			   "Oh, that's alright, then. Let's go back." 'T)
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+	  (client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+			       lm-b:*d-register* :username)))))))
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+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
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+
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+(defvar *d-welcome*)
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+(setq *d-welcome*
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+      `((:portal
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+	  ,(format nil "Are you returning, or a newcomer?~%[r. n.]")
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+
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+	  (((lm:choice lm:*r* "returning" "r")
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+	    (lm:client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+				 lm-b:*d-login* :username))
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+
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+	   ((lm:choice lm:*r* "newcomer" "n")
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+	    (lm:client-dialogue-set lm:*rclient*
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+				 lm-b:*d-register* :username))))))
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+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
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+
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+
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+;; -------------------------------------
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+
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+;; CMD
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+;; SOCKET NUMBER STRING --> [STRING || NIL]
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+(lm:cmd-register 'motd '("motd")
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+		 "Print the message of the day."
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+		 "motd")
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+(defun motd (user string)
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+  "Print the motd for a user-- either directly (if small enough),
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+  or through a pagination dialogue."
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+  (lm:paginate-command lm:*motd* (lm:user-to-client user)))
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+
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+
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+;; CMD
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+;; SOCKET NUMBER STRING --> [STRING || NIL]
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+(lm:cmd-register 'news '("news")
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+		 "Print the latest news!"
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+		 "news")
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+(defun news (user string)
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+  "Print the news for a user-- either directly (if small enough),
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+  or through a pagination dialogue."
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+  (lm:paginate-command lm:*news* (lm:user-to-client user)))
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+
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+
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+;; CMD
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+;; SOCKET NUMBER STRING --> [STRING || NIL]
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+(lm:cmd-register 'copying '("copying" "legal" "license" "law-nerdese")
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+		 "Print the license for Lambdamush."
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+		 "[copying]")
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+(defun copying (user string)
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+  (lm:paginate-command lm:*legal* (lm:user-to-client user)))
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+
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+
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+;; CMD
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+;; SOCKET NUMBER STRING --> [STRING || NIL]
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+(lm:cmd-register 'help '("help" "?")
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+		 "Print the documentation and usage of a given command."
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+		 "[help] command")
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+(defun help (user string)
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+  (let ((cmd-string
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+	  (if (eq 0 (length string))
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+	    "help"
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+	    string)))
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+
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+    (if (not (lm:cmdp cmd-string))
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+      (nih:string-combine (string-upcase cmd-string) " isn't a real command!"
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+			  #\Newline)
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+
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+      (let ((help-string (cadr (reverse (lm:cmd-name-pair cmd-string)))))
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+	(lm:paginate-command help-string (lm:user-to-client user))))))
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+
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+
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+;; -------------------------------------
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+
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+
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+;; CMD
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+;; STRING STRING --> STRING
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+(lm:cmd-register 'online '("online" "users")
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+		 (nih:string-combine "Print all online users-- or whether or"
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+				     "not a specific one is online.")
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+		 "[online] [user]")
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+(defun online (user string)
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+  "Print either all online users, or whether or not a specific user is online."
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+  (cond
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+    ((eq 0 (length string))
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+     (nih:string-combine
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+       (format nil "~A online right now!~%~%" (length lm:*user-client*))
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+       (reduce
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+	 (lambda (a b)
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+	   (nih:string-combine a b :seperator #\Newline))
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+	 (lm:name-online-list))
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+       #\Newline))
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+
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+    ((lm:name-onlinep string)
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+     (nih:string-combine (string-upcase string) " is online right now!"
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+			 #\Newline))
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+
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+    ((not (lm:namep string))
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+     (nih:string-combine (string-upcase string) " isn't a real name!"
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+			 #\Newline))
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+
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+    ('T
86
+     (nih:string-combine (string-upcase string) " isn't online right now."
87
+			 #\Newline))))
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+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
2
+
3
+;; INTEGER/STRING STRING --> VARYING
4
+(defun location-get (id variable)
5
+  "Return a value of a variable for a location's ID."
6
+
7
+  (let
8
+    ((result
9
+       (db-cmd
10
+	 (nih:string-combine
11
+	   "select " variable "from rooms where id = " id ";"))))
12
+
13
+    (if (eq 2 (length result))
14
+      (car (last result))
15
+      result)))
16
+
17
+
18
+;; INTEGER/STRING STRING VARYING --> NIL
19
+(defun location-set (id variable value)
20
+  "Set the value of a location's variabe in it's respective DB row."
21
+
22
+  (db-cmd
23
+    (nih:string-combine
24
+      "update rooms"
25
+      " set " variable " = " value
26
+      " where id = " id ";")))
27
+
28
+;; -------------------------------------
29
+
30
+;; STRING --> INTEGER
31
+(defun location-name-to-id (name)
32
+  "Return the room-ID of a room from its name."
33
+  (nth 1
34
+       (lm:db-cmd
35
+	 (nih:string-combine
36
+	   "select id from rooms where name = '" name "';"))))
37
+
38
+;; -------------------------------------
39
+
40
+
41
+
42
+
43
+;; STRING --> BOOLEAN
44
+(defun locationp (id)
45
+  "Return whether or not a location exists."
46
+  (position id
47
+	    (lm:db-cmd
48
+	      (nih:string-combine "select id from rooms where id = " id ";"))
49
+	    :test #'equal))
50
+
51
+
52
+(defun location-create (name &key (desc nil)
53
+			     (enter-text nil) (enter-function "blank")
54
+			     (exit-text nil) (exit-function "blank"))
55
+  "Create a new room."
56
+  (let*
57
+    ((id (new-id "rooms"))
58
+
59
+     (cmd
60
+       (nih:string-combine
61
+	 "insert into rooms (id, name"
62
+	 (if desc ", desc")
63
+	 (if enter-text ", enter-text") (if enter-function ", enter-function")
64
+	 (if exit-text ", enter-text") (if exit-function ", enter-function")
65
+	 ")"
66
+	 "values (" id ", " name
67
+	 (if desc (nih:string-combine ", '" desc "'"))
68
+	 (if enter-text (nih:string-combine ", '" enter-text "'"))
69
+	 (if enter-function (nih:string-combine ", '" enter-function "'"))
70
+	 (if exit-text (nih:string-combine ", '" exit-text "'"))
71
+	 (if exit-function (nih:string-combine ", '" exit-function "'"))
72
+	 ");")))
73
+
74
+    (db-cmd cmd)))
75
+
76
+
77
+
78
+;; -------------------------------------
79
+
80
+
81
+(defun create-rooms-table ()
82
+  (lm:db-cmd
83
+    (nih:string-combine
84
+      "create table rooms"
85
+      " (ID int primary key, NAME varchar(20), DESC text, "
86
+      "  ENTER-TEXT text, ENTER-FUNCTION varchar(20), EXIT-TEXT text,"
87
+      "  EXIT-FUNCTION varchar(20),"
88
+      "  EXT varchar(8000));")))
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+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
2
+
3
+;; NIL --> NIL
4
+(defun ensure-tables ()
5
+  "Make sure all necessary LM-B tables exist."
6
+
7
+  (lm:ensure-tables (list "rooms" "objects") "lm-b:"))
8
+
9
+
10
+;; STRING --> INTEGER
11
+(defun new-id (table)
12
+  "Return the first available ID for a table."
13
+
14
+  (db-cmd
15
+    (nih:string-combine
16
+      "select max(id) + 1 from " table ";")))
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+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
2
+
3
+(defun create-objects-table ()
4
+  "Create the object table."
5
+  (db-cmd
6
+    (nih:string-combine
7
+      "create table objects"
8
+      " (ID int not null primary key,"
9
+      "  NAME varchar(20), DESCRIPTION text,"
10
+      "  TAKE_TEXT text, TAKE_FUNCTION varchar(20),"
11
+      "  USE_TEXT text, USE_FUNCTION varchar(20) default 'blank,"
12
+      "  DROP_TEXT text, DROP_FUNCTION varchar(20) default 'blank',"
13
+      "  TRAITS varchar(8000), EXT varchar(8000));")))
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+(defpackage :lambdamush-base
2
+  (:use :cl)
3
+  (:nicknames :lm-b)
4
+  (:export
5
+    ;; ,---------------------------------------- 
6
+    ;; | COMMANDS
7
+    *cmd-list*
8
+    ;; |
9
+    ;; | INFO
10
+    :help
11
+    :motd
12
+    :copying
13
+    :news
14
+    :online
15
+    ;; |
16
+    ;; | COMMS
17
+    :say
18
+    :act
19
+    :think
20
+    ;; |
21
+    ;; | TRANSPORTATION
22
+    :teleport
23
+    :locitem
24
+    ;; |
25
+    ;; | UTILIZATION
26
+    :use-item
27
+    :item-fetch
28
+    :item-to-string
29
+    :make-item
30
+    :make-door
31
+
32
+
33
+    ;; ,---------------------------------------- 
34
+    ;; | DIALOGUES
35
+    *d-welcome*
36
+    *d-login*
37
+    *d-register*))
38
+
39
+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
40
+
41
+(defvar *cmd-list*)
42
+(setq *cmd-list* '())
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+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
2
+
3
+;; -------------------------------------
4
+
5
+
6
+;; CMD
7
+;; STRING STRING --> STRING
8
+(lm:cmd-register 'teleport '("tp" "teleport" "apperate")
9
+		 "Teleport to a certain room (by ID)."
10
+		 "[teleport] R-ID")
11
+(defun teleport (user string)
12
+  (if (locationp (nih:word-car string))
13
+    (progn
14
+      (lm:user-write user "You tear through the very fabric of reality..." 'T)
15
+      (user-location-enter user (nih:word-car string))
16
+      "")
17
+    (nih:string-combine "There's no such thing as that." #\Newline)))
18
+
19
+
20
+;; -------------------------------------
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1
+(in-package :lambdamush-base)
2
+
3
+;;--------------------------------------
4
+
5
+;; CMD
6
+;; STRING STRING --> NIL
7
+(lm:cmd-register 'use-item '("use" "utilize" "item")
8
+		 "Use a given item by its ID."
9
+		 "[use] I-ID")
10
+(defun use-item (user string)
11
+  "Actually use an item."
12
+  (if (itemp)
13
+    (pro