1. 26 Nov, 2021 2 commits
  2. 24 Nov, 2021 2 commits
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      Implement FOSSIL function 0Dh (Keyboard read without wait) · a87ecd0f
      Rob Swindell authored
      As a work around for TradeWars 2 (v11.14 and v11.20) FOSSIL support:
      This door game would never call the FOSSIL "get received character"
      function (02h) . But I did notice that it was calling the "Keyboard
      read" functions. I never implemented the "Keyboard read" functions
      (figured the door game could read the keyboard itself if it wanted to),
      but appparently TW2 won't ever read the COM port (using function 02h)
      unless the Keyboard read function returns AX=0xFFFF (no keyboard data
      available). So now, I just do that and TW2 works (with FOSSIL I/O).
      
      Incremented the revision to 26.
      Logging the Git branch/hash and other helpful FOSSIL-debug stuff now.
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      Continuation of previous commit (support for UART-only doors on Windows) · 5cf93814
      Rob Swindell authored
      Needed the actually mapping of XTRN_UART -> EX_UART mode flag here.
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  3. 23 Nov, 2021 3 commits
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      Allow FOSSIL mode of the Win32 virtual UART/FOSSIL driver to be disabled · 5b36ab9a
      Rob Swindell authored
      When configuring an external program, a Win32 sysop can now choose to *only* enable the virtual UART (and not the FOSSIL driver) feature of the Synchronet virtual UART/FOSSIL driver (dosxtrn.exe/sbbsexec.dll). Some programs (e.g. TradeWars 2) will always use the FOSSIL driver if one is detected and in order to force the use of COM/UART driver for I/O (if that is desired), then one must disable the FOSSIL driver. It's a rare use case, but I can see the potential need.
      
      Renamed the "Intercept I/O" option in SCFG to "I/O Method" and make it clear that "Socket" (for native programs) and "FOSSIL or UART" (for 16-bit DOS programs) is the default method (what was previously identified as "No" I/O Interception).
      
      If a sysop want to disable the virtual UART support (on Win32, e.g. so *only* FOSSIL is available to one or all DOS programs), they do that via their sbbsexec.ini file.
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      MSVC 1.5c defines _MSDOS, not __MSDOS__ · b1fcb452
      Rob Swindell authored
      This change needed to build dosxtrn.exe (again).
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  4. 19 Nov, 2021 1 commit
  5. 18 Nov, 2021 5 commits
  6. 17 Nov, 2021 1 commit
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      Include twit-listed sender name in quotes in log message · 3c55d333
      Rob Swindell authored
      Since mail server log messages have their white-space condensed, it was not obvious why some sender's name would match a twitlist.cfg line that filters names beginning with a space: "\ *" because the initial space of the sender's name was condensed/combined with space before it in the log message.
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  7. 16 Nov, 2021 3 commits
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      Initialize time zone variable (zone) · ed1f4ab1
      Rob Swindell authored
      As found and reported by Talisam author, apam (HAPPYLND).
      
      sscanf() won't initialize the buffer of the argument passed if the format string is not matched, so when there was no hexadecimal/SMB timezone value, the timezone specified in the ISO date/time string (if any) would be overwritten with 0, converted from the uninitialized 'zone' variable (unlikely to be valid hex-ASCII chars). Thanks apam!
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      Add support for "name@address" syntax in twitlist.cfg · 47bb6691
      Rob Swindell authored
      where "address" is a QWKnet ID or path or a FidoNet originating address. Wildcards can be used (e.g. "*@VERT").
      
      For Trikester.
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      Add command-line specifier for user's real name (auto-quoted) · d1705535
      Rob Swindell authored
      %+ will now expand to the current user's real name, automatically enclosed in quotes if it contains any spaces.
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  8. 12 Nov, 2021 4 commits
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      Generate a MSGID kludge for netmail messages created by SBBSecho · e10b39d1
      Rob Swindell authored
      The "serialno" field is a bad/naive one (a time_t value), but this is really just an experiment for Ragnarok to see if this fixes issue #306 (with hotdoged receiving AreaFix responses/notices).
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      Fix sbbsfile.nam contents: contained file's description instead of name · 7ff0e5c8
      Rob Swindell authored
      Found during review of previous commit.
      Introduced as part of the new file base branch merge (commit fcf58640).
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      Don't write uploaded filename and description to env variables · 7fd781cd
      Rob Swindell authored
      Environment variables are shared among all threads of a process (e.g. all nodes of a instance of sbbs), so this scheme of passing the uploaded filename and description to an external file tester (upload processor) via environment variables has always been fraught with the possibility of failure or flakiness in Synchronet v3. Since I very much doubt that any upload processor is actually using this scheme, just remove it. Upload processors can and should)use the sbbsfile.nam and sbbsfile.des text files created in the node directory instead.
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      Log an error and exit immediately when a local linked-node is configured · 5012efb1
      Rob Swindell authored
      When a linked-node (in echocfg->Linked Nodes) contains one of the local system's FTN addresses, display/log an error and exit immediately, e.g.:
      Configuration ERROR: Linked node #20 is your own address: 1:103/705
      
      I'd perform this check in EchoCfg, but:
      1. echocfg doesn't read the BBS's configuration files (where the local FTN addresses are configured), and
      2. some sysops just directly edit their sbbsecho.ini file
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  9. 08 Nov, 2021 1 commit
  10. 31 Oct, 2021 1 commit
  11. 30 Oct, 2021 1 commit
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      Allow the client-name, server-name, and term-type to be passed as arguments · 334e768c
      Rob Swindell authored
      Optional, for easier use with game servers that take one of the 3 rlogin
      negotation parameters as the name/code of the door to execute. A telgate
      mode flag value argument must be provided (use 0 for default behavior)
      if you want to provide any of the other arguments to override the defaults
      (the user's alias, real name, and current detected terminal type).
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  12. 23 Oct, 2021 1 commit
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      Fix segfault after batch-upload when no "uploads" dir specified · 7dc1bc79
      Rob Swindell authored
      When there's no "uploads" directory configured by the sysop, cfg.upload_dir will be set to INVALID_DIR, which cannot be used as an index into cfg.dir[] to determine if the time used for uploading the files should be "given back" to the user.
      
      In v3.18, we used the first file in the upload queue, if there was one, else fell back to the "uploads" dir (which had to have been defined if there were no files in the queue). So this illegal array indexing was a regression in v3.19.
      
      Reported by Zoltán Gábor on Facebook
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  13. 19 Oct, 2021 4 commits
  14. 16 Oct, 2021 2 commits
  15. 13 Oct, 2021 2 commits
  16. 07 Oct, 2021 2 commits
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      When packing netmail (stored messages), don't discard non-zero zones · ccc0e401
      Rob Swindell authored
      As reported by Ragnarok (DOCKSUD) via DOVE-Net, when packing (packetizing) netmail messages, the source and destination zones from the netmail header were discarded (since they are defined as "optional" in FTS-1) and the zone values were replaced with the system's primary/default zone number. If the netmail message included an INTL kludge, the source and destination zone values would be parsed from that kludge line and this issue would not be noticed. 
      
      So the fix is: Only if the netmail message header contains a source or destination zone number of 0, replace that zone with the system's primary/default zone number. As before, the INTL kludge zone information can override the header fields.
      
      Also, there's no reason to force the point numbers from the header to zero, since if they were not valid (e.g. "fill" in the original FTS-1 specification), they would be already zero. So use the source and destination point numbers, as is, from the netmail header too (with the FMPT and TOPT kludge override support left in-tact).
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      Print "All good" or "All bad" when trying to recover or split a packet · f1994189
      Rob Swindell authored
      At Nelgin's suggestion, if all the messages in a packet are either good or bad, say so (since no .good or .bad file will be generated in that case).
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  17. 06 Oct, 2021 5 commits
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      Make 40-column happy versions of mail reading menu (and sysop sub-menu) · e135d2cf
      Rob Swindell authored
      Renamed from .asc to .msg for PabloDraw convenience.
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      New @-code: !x to perform Ctrl-A style terminal/attribute control · 87731220
      Rob Swindell authored
      Most Ctrl-A code terminal/attribute effects can now be invoked via @!x@ where x is one or more Ctrl-A sequence operands (e.g. @!B@ to set the current attribute to blue, @!P@ to pause the terminal). Multiple attribute codes may be specified in a single @!x@ sequence. Both upper and lowercase attribute codes are supported. The "^A@" sequence is not supported, but there's already an @-code to perform the equivalent operation ("SHOW:20").
      
      Rationale: when using PabloDraw to edit display (e.g. .msg) files, there was no easy way to explicitly clear (set to "normal") the current attributes at the end of a line of text. If that line of text contained a background color and the line caused the terminal to scroll, that background color would fill the next/new line resulting in some potential undesirable effects. There are 2 common solutions to this problem: either clear the screen before displaying the file (not always desirable) or clear the attributes at the end of the line (before the CR/LF). This can now be achieved by adding a @!N@ (the equivalent of Ctrl-AN for "normal" attributes) to the end of a line. There's no way to insert custom Ctrl-A sequences or other way to force PabloDraw to clear the attributes at the end of a line, that I found.
      
      I chose the '!' character because it's (on my keyboard anyway) the Shift-1 key and Ctrl-A is ASCII 1. I considered a sequence such as @A:x@, but that's one more character and since this sequence usually won't display anything, a shorter sequence is likely preferred. For the shortest-possible sequence, use Ctrl-A sequences instead. However, for many consecutive Ctrl-A sequences, the @-code equivalent might actually end up being shorter(!). @-codes aren't support in as many places in Synchronet where Ctrl-A codes are supported (for security reasons), so it's not like this is going to replace the use of Ctrl-A codes everywhere.
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      New @-codes SEX and GENDERS · 0e270c4e
      Rob Swindell authored
      SEX is the user's sex/gender
      GENDERS is the list of system-supported genders for new users to choose from.
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