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Old April 15, 2008, 20:42   #1
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Debugging/cheating revisited...

I was hoping to find some useful information on some seemingly defunct debugging commands. Specifically, the very detailed object creation that I goofed around with in older versions of Vanilla Angband, but am unable to access in the newer versions.

The older object creation allowed one to create some very powerful items; you could pretty much pick and choose any function, resistance or special power you wanted.

I've gone back as far as Angband 2.8.2, but haven't found this command anywhere. 3.x object creation is far more limited (though useful, don't get nme wrong) and not nearly as much fun.

Is anyone familiar enough with the older versions of Angband to be able to tell me where I should look?

Any help would be appreciated.
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Old April 15, 2008, 23:52   #2
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Is anyone familiar enough with the older versions of Angband to be able to tell me where I should look?
The file lib/info/Wizard commands.txt in either Oangband or FAangband is a good starting point.
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