Copyright (c) 1991 By Mark Goodwin and Randy Hunt
RMDoor is a comprehensive set of Turbo Pascal routines designed
to enable programmers to easily write doors for BBSes. The
following are some of RMDoor's many features:
Assembly language serial input/output routines for
Fully supports high speed modems: 16550 FIFO buffering
and locked serial ports.
Built in ANSI terminal emulator. No need to have
ANSI.SYS loaded in memory.
Supports all of the most popular door data file
formats: PCBoard, GAP (DOOR.SYS), Spitfire, WildCat!,
and RBBS. Thus, a door built around RMDoor is
compatible with a wide range of BBS software.
It comes with the following files:
RMDOOR55.TPU Turbo Pascal 5.5 unit. Rename to RMDOOR.TPU if
you are using TP 5.5.
RMDOOR60.TPU Turbo Pascal 6.0 unit. Rename to RMDOOR.TPU if
you are using TP 6.0.
TESTDOOR.PAS A sample RMDoor-based door.
RMDOOR.DOC The RMDoor manual. READ THIS!
REGISTER.TXT The registration form. Please send this in! :)
READ.ME This file!
You may obtain assistance with a RMDoor related problem by
calling either James Bond's Hideaway at 207-942-6575 or The
Lobster Buoy at 207-941-0805.
Registration of RMDoor is only $25.00. Please use the form in
the file REGISTER.TXT. When you register RMDoor, you will
receive a registered version of the RMDOOR.TPU file on disk.