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version 12/091223 by David Fisher

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  • Section: Change History

    Version 1 (June 15th, 2006)

        * Initial version, based on the existing Custom Library Messages (version 4).

    Version 2 (June 28th, 2006)

        * Added examples
        * Added "Special Characters" section
        * Removed need for library change "#IFNDEF LibraryMessagesProvided" in Verblib.h (thanks to Jesse McGrew).
        * Made sure extension works with I7 build 3R85.

    Version 3 (July 7th, 2006)

        * Fixed bug causing stack overflow when pushing objects (in a compass direction).

    Version 4 (November 14th, 2006)

        * Made sure the extension compiles for Glulx (by disabling the I6 code that fixes the bug described in Version 3, which no longer seems to happen in I7 version 4B91 anyway).

    Version 5 (June 23rd, 2007)

        * Now works with I7 version 4U65.
        * Added LibMsg <examine direction>.
        * Updated Example B to work with latest version of Plurality extension by Emily Short.

    Version 6 (August 9th, 2007)

        * Made sure "(in/on ...)" is printed correctly after the room name.

    Version 7 (August 24th, 2007)

        * Made sure "You get off the {supporter} ..." is handled properly.

    Version 8 (January 13th, 2008)

        * Some changes needed for "report exiting" due to the introduction of action variables ("the container exited from"). A bit hacky, but it seems to work ... (Thanks to Juhana Leinonen for pointing this out).

    Version 9 (April 20th, 2008)

        * Changes to I7 required a major update - many changes.
        * Added new messages (see New Messages In This Version, above).
        * Removed references to I6 actions which do not exist in I7: Order, FullScore, Places, Objects, EmptyT, VagueGo, JumpOver, Swim, Blow, Dig, Fill, Set and Pray.

    Version 10 (September 15th, 2008)

        * Direction names needed updating to match latest version of I7 ("d_obj" => "down", etc).

    Version 11 (May 30th, 2009)

        * Removed duplicate "<cannot put if this exceeds carrying capacity>" message id.

    Version 12 (Dec 23rd, 2009)

        * Changed the possible values for "library message debug" from "on/off" to "dbg_on/dbg_off", since this was causing problems for some reason. Thanks to Stephen Granade for pointing out this problem.