Re: [crossfire] m7 output like this?

2016-09-11 Thread Rick Tanner
On 9/2/16 3:09 AM, Mark Munro wrote: > Curiously, I never published on metalforge, and I've only mentioned it > once in-game. I saw the original URL while checking scroll back on the server and put it up on the metalforge website in an orphaned directory so I could ask how on here how it was

Re: [crossfire] m7 output like this?

2016-09-02 Thread Mark Munro
I put my hand up for that, The original is here: http://fiji.reefbreak.co.nz/m7/ I used perl for organizing the output, largely from the -m7 dump, and graphvis for creating the images. The code that I wrote is around somewhere and is a product of my dubious skill. I'll publish the various bits

Re: [crossfire] m7 output like this?

2016-09-02 Thread Mark Munro
Curiously, I never published on metalforge, and I've only mentioned it once in-game. -- Syrup. On 2/09/2016 4:21 p.m., Mark Wedel wrote: On 08/31/16 11:18 PM, Rick Tanner wrote: Does anyone know how to make the m7 output/dump of the server in this fancy of HTML format?

Re: [crossfire] m7 output like this?

2016-09-01 Thread Mark Wedel
On 08/31/16 11:18 PM, Rick Tanner wrote: Does anyone know how to make the m7 output/dump of the server in this fancy of HTML format? http://www.metalforge.net/spoiler/index.html http://www.metalforge.net/spoiler/Arrow_of_Assassinating_Trolls.html I could not figure it out with information I