Attention Beta Testers!
This is a pre-release of the new DoorDriver/3, or DD3 for short.
Please report any bugs, or send any patches with an explanation
to 1:321/200.0 FidoNet, 413-568-5241 City Scape BBS, or
firstname.lastname@example.org via the InterNet. Fixes can be found at:
City Scape BBS: 413-568-5241
FidoNet FREQ : 1:321/200
WorldWide Web : http://pages.map.com/~dalger/dd3/welcome.htm
(Not up Yet)
DD/3 Beta 1 Notes
Implemented Resource from CTL File. To access simply include
DD3RES on your include statement. Resources include
resourcestring,resourceinteger, and resourceboolean. You may
include whatever resources your door needs in the CTL file. The
CTL file may be called whatever it likes on the command line, or
default to what you set it to.
Implemented INI File Support. Currently used to support DROP
files, the INI support can also be included and used on other
files. Yes DD3INI *can* read Windows INI files as well.
Command Line parameters are documented in the source of
To use graphics, you must include DD3GRAPH. Currently supports
ASCII and ANSI. AVT, MAX, and RIP support are coming. Local
mode produces the same results as the remote side unlike DDPlus.
So if you make an ANSI door and want to see it in ASCII, set
your mode to ASCII and it'll look the same! Currently a TTY
emulator is being written for ASCII. For example #12 is clear
LowLevel ASYNC and Fossil routines are included in DD3COMM, the
can most likely be used to support Call Back verifiers, etc.
They do not check the comport for carrier or if characters are
waiting when using them. The standard Read/Writes do however
InitDoorCTL is no longer needed to run a door.
DD3RES SRGames Comm Library - Thanks guys!
DD3STR SRGames String Library
D3ANSI Derrick Parkhurt/Scott Baker
DD3INI Brad Zavitsky
DD3FOS Original DDPlus Library
DD3ASYNC TDK By Larry Athey (not his original)
DD3TIME Taken from SWAG
DD3CHAT Scott Baker/Bob Dalton
Those libraries have been used in DD/3. Original source may be
slightly, or grealty altered from original. The originals
however are written by the above mentioned. Any other routines
may have been similiar to DDPlus, but have been re-written or
bugs fixed. DD/3 is a compilation of the work that Scott Baker