15 Oct, 2008, Zeno wrote in the 1st comment:
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I had a MUD running in a folder called mud.

I did a cp -r on it to a new folder called "pvp".

In "pvp", I did a make clean, deleted all pfiles.

In "pvp", I boot it on a new port.

And yet for some reason, this new copy is using all the pfiles from the "mud" copy it came from. I don't know why. Obviously:
#define PLAYER_DIR      "../player/"    /* Player files                 */


The only thing I can think of is that the exec is linked in memory, but I made sure the old exec from "mud" was deleted and did a make clean.

I've tried rebooting pvp, still same issue. No pfiles exist under ../player/
15 Oct, 2008, Caius wrote in the 2nd comment:
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You wouldn't happen to have the path/to/mud hardcoded in the startup script or something like that?
15 Oct, 2008, Zeno wrote in the 3rd comment:
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Nope.
# Change to area directory.
cd ../area
15 Oct, 2008, David Haley wrote in the 4th comment:
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Would you mind showing a transcript of the entire sequence of commands, just for sanity checking?
15 Oct, 2008, Zeno wrote in the 5th comment:
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I got it. The backup system was using hardcoded paths. *facepalm*
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