Recognize and interprete the Telnet Go-Ahead
So far, CocoMUD displays text as it arrives. It will split, particularly when receiving a large amount of data. Some servers support the GA (Go-Ahead) option however, and will provide it at each end of line, making wrapping text easier for clients. CocoMUD should be able to identify such a signal and, if present, should wait until it receives the completed output (ending with GA) before printing it.
#1 Updated by Vincent Le Goff 5 months ago
- Subject changed from Have CocoMUD recognize and read according to the go-ahead option to Recognize and interprete the Telnet Go-Ahead
- Description updated (diff)
- Status changed from Open to Closed
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
This was added in commit 1f0e117ba9e9842ffb71857c674d14c4478577bf . Unfortunately, several servers have their ways of providing the Go-Ahead command. Some, like Evennia-based games, send it at each line. Some, like T2T, send it with the prompt and therefore, do not send it for other commands. CocoMUD has to react accordingly in each situation.
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