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Subject: xconq ./ChangeLog kernel/actions.c kernel/run2 ...
Date: Sun, 04 Feb 2001 23:55:00 -0000	[thread overview]
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CVSROOT:	/cvs/xconq
Module name:	xconq
Changes by:	2001-02-04 23:55:38

Modified files:
	.              : ChangeLog 
	kernel         : actions.c run2.c 
	lib            : modern.g 

Log message:
	* lib/modern.g (extraction-types): Add coal-mine; otherwise there
	is no way to make coal.
	(acp-to-disband): Allow disbanding units.
	(productivity): Make coal-mine and iron-mine much more effective
	in mountains than anywhere else.  This is more of an aesthetic
	choice than anything else.
	(default-doctrine, side-defaults): Set run to 1.
	(unit-storage-x, acp-to-produce, material-per-production,
	material-to-produce, acp-per-turn): Use explicit production in
	addition to base-consumption (instead of base-production) to model
	refineries turning oil to petro and steel-mills turning coal and
	iron-ore to steel.
	(vanishes-on): Engineers can't swim.
	(top of file): add comments about what is missing.
	(material-type food): Change docstring; this material doesn't
	relate to either the "people" material, or xconq's "people"
	(out-length): Iron-mine can send iron-ore.
	(in-length): Steel-mill can get iron-ore.
	(hp-per-starve): Exclude (farm food) and (refinery petrol).
	* kernel/actions.c (distribute_material): Distribute material to
	occupants too.
	* kernel/run2.c (maybe_starve): Add comment about notifying user.

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