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1.    /*	SCCS Id: @(#)do_name.c	3.4	2003/01/14	*/
2.    /* Copyright (c) Stichting Mathematisch Centrum, Amsterdam, 1985. */
3.    /* NetHack may be freely redistributed.  See license for details. */
4.    
The NetHack General Public License applies to screenshots, source code and other content from NetHack.
5.    #include "hack.h"
6.    
7.    #ifdef OVLB
8.    
9.    STATIC_DCL void FDECL(do_oname, (struct obj *));
10.   static void FDECL(getpos_help, (BOOLEAN_P,const char *));
11.   
12.   extern const char what_is_an_unknown_object[];		/* from pager.c */
13.   

getpos_help Edit

14.   /* the response for '?' help request in getpos() */
15.   static void
16.   getpos_help(force, goal)
17.   boolean force;
18.   const char *goal;
19.   {
20.       char sbuf[BUFSZ];
21.       boolean doing_what_is;
22.       winid tmpwin = create_nhwindow(NHW_MENU);
23.   
24.       Sprintf(sbuf, "Use [%s] to move the cursor to %s.",
25.   	    iflags.num_pad ? "2468" : "hjkl", goal);
26.       putstr(tmpwin, 0, sbuf);
27.       putstr(tmpwin, 0, "Use [HJKL] to move the cursor 8 units at a time.");
28.       putstr(tmpwin, 0, "Or enter a background symbol (ex. <).");
29.       /* disgusting hack; the alternate selection characters work for any
30.          getpos call, but they only matter for dowhatis (and doquickwhatis) */
31.       doing_what_is = (goal == what_is_an_unknown_object);
32.       Sprintf(sbuf, "Type a .%s when you are at the right place.",
33.               doing_what_is ? " or , or ; or :" : "");
34.       putstr(tmpwin, 0, sbuf);
35.       if (!force)
36.   	putstr(tmpwin, 0, "Type Space or Escape when you're done.");
37.       putstr(tmpwin, 0, "");
38.       display_nhwindow(tmpwin, TRUE);
39.       destroy_nhwindow(tmpwin);
40.   }
41.   

getpos Edit

42.   int
43.   getpos(cc, force, goal)
44.   coord *cc;
45.   boolean force;
46.   const char *goal;
47.   {
48.       int result = 0;
49.       int cx, cy, i, c;
50.       int sidx, tx, ty;
51.       boolean msg_given = TRUE;	/* clear message window by default */
52.       static const char pick_chars[] = ".,;:";
53.       const char *cp;
54.       const char *sdp;
55.       if(iflags.num_pad) sdp = ndir; else sdp = sdir;	/* DICE workaround */
56.   
57.       if (flags.verbose) {
58.   	pline("(For instructions type a ?)");
59.   	msg_given = TRUE;
60.       }
61.       cx = cc->x;
62.       cy = cc->y;
63.   #ifdef CLIPPING
64.       cliparound(cx, cy);
65.   #endif
66.       curs(WIN_MAP, cx,cy);
67.       flush_screen(0);
68.   #ifdef MAC
69.       lock_mouse_cursor(TRUE);
70.   #endif
71.       for (;;) {
72.   	c = nh_poskey(&tx, &ty, &sidx);
73.   	if (c == '\033') {
74.   	    cx = cy = -10;
75.   	    msg_given = TRUE;	/* force clear */
76.   	    result = -1;
77.   	    break;
78.   	}
79.   	if(c == 0) {
80.   	    if (!isok(tx, ty)) continue;
81.   	    /* a mouse click event, just assign and return */
82.   	    cx = tx;
83.   	    cy = ty;
84.   	    break;
85.   	}
86.   	if ((cp = index(pick_chars, c)) != 0) {
87.   	    /* '.' => 0, ',' => 1, ';' => 2, ':' => 3 */
88.   	    result = cp - pick_chars;
89.   	    break;
90.   	}
91.   	for (i = 0; i < 8; i++) {
92.   	    int dx, dy;
93.   
94.   	    if (sdp[i] == c) {
95.   		/* a normal movement letter or digit */
96.   		dx = xdir[i];
97.   		dy = ydir[i];
98.   	    } else if (sdir[i] == lowc((char)c)) {
99.   		/* a shifted movement letter */
100.  		dx = 8 * xdir[i];
101.  		dy = 8 * ydir[i];
102.  	    } else
103.  		continue;
104.  
105.  	    /* truncate at map edge; diagonal moves complicate this... */
106.  	    if (cx + dx < 1) {
107.  		dy -= sgn(dy) * (1 - (cx + dx));
108.  		dx = 1 - cx;		/* so that (cx+dx == 1) */
109.  	    } else if (cx + dx > COLNO-1) {
110.  		dy += sgn(dy) * ((COLNO-1) - (cx + dx));
111.  		dx = (COLNO-1) - cx;
112.  	    }
113.  	    if (cy + dy < 0) {
114.  		dx -= sgn(dx) * (0 - (cy + dy));
115.  		dy = 0 - cy;		/* so that (cy+dy == 0) */
116.  	    } else if (cy + dy > ROWNO-1) {
117.  		dx += sgn(dx) * ((ROWNO-1) - (cy + dy));
118.  		dy = (ROWNO-1) - cy;
119.  	    }
120.  	    cx += dx;
121.  	    cy += dy;
122.  	    goto nxtc;
123.  	}
124.  
125.  	if(c == '?'){
126.  	    getpos_help(force, goal);
127.  	} else {
128.  	    if (!index(quitchars, c)) {
129.  		char matching[MAXPCHARS];
130.  		int pass, lo_x, lo_y, hi_x, hi_y, k = 0;
131.  		(void)memset((genericptr_t)matching, 0, sizeof matching);
132.  		for (sidx = 1; sidx < MAXPCHARS; sidx++)
133.  		    if (c == defsyms[sidx].sym || c == (int)showsyms[sidx])
134.  			matching[sidx] = (char) ++k;
135.  		if (k) {
136.  		    for (pass = 0; pass <= 1; pass++) {
137.  			/* pass 0: just past current pos to lower right;
138.  			   pass 1: upper left corner to current pos */
139.  			lo_y = (pass == 0) ? cy : 0;
140.  			hi_y = (pass == 0) ? ROWNO - 1 : cy;
141.  			for (ty = lo_y; ty <= hi_y; ty++) {
142.  			    lo_x = (pass == 0 && ty == lo_y) ? cx + 1 : 1;
143.  			    hi_x = (pass == 1 && ty == hi_y) ? cx : COLNO - 1;
144.  			    for (tx = lo_x; tx <= hi_x; tx++) {
145.  				k = levl[tx][ty].glyph;
146.  				if (glyph_is_cmap(k) &&
147.  					matching[glyph_to_cmap(k)]) {
148.  				    cx = tx,  cy = ty;
149.  				    if (msg_given) {
150.  					clear_nhwindow(WIN_MESSAGE);
151.  					msg_given = FALSE;
152.  				    }
153.  				    goto nxtc;
154.  				}
155.  			    }	/* column */
156.  			}	/* row */
157.  		    }		/* pass */
158.  		    pline("Can't find dungeon feature '%c'.", c);
159.  		    msg_given = TRUE;
160.  		    goto nxtc;
161.  		} else {
162.  		    pline("Unknown direction: '%s' (%s).",
163.  			  visctrl((char)c),
164.  			  !force ? "aborted" :
165.  			  iflags.num_pad ? "use 2468 or ." : "use hjkl or .");
166.  		    msg_given = TRUE;
167.  		} /* k => matching */
168.  	    } /* !quitchars */
169.  	    if (force) goto nxtc;
170.  	    pline("Done.");
171.  	    msg_given = FALSE;	/* suppress clear */
172.  	    cx = -1;
173.  	    cy = 0;
174.  	    result = 0;	/* not -1 */
175.  	    break;
176.  	}
177.      nxtc:	;
178.  #ifdef CLIPPING
179.  	cliparound(cx, cy);
180.  #endif
181.  	curs(WIN_MAP,cx,cy);
182.  	flush_screen(0);
183.      }
184.  #ifdef MAC
185.      lock_mouse_cursor(FALSE);
186.  #endif
187.      if (msg_given) clear_nhwindow(WIN_MESSAGE);
188.      cc->x = cx;
189.      cc->y = cy;
190.      return result;
191.  }
192.  

christen_monst Edit

193.  struct monst *
194.  christen_monst(mtmp, name)
195.  struct monst *mtmp;
196.  const char *name;
197.  {
198.  	int lth;
199.  	struct monst *mtmp2;
200.  	char buf[PL_PSIZ];
201.  
202.  	/* dogname & catname are PL_PSIZ arrays; object names have same limit */
203.  	lth = *name ? (int)(strlen(name) + 1) : 0;
204.  	if(lth > PL_PSIZ){
205.  		lth = PL_PSIZ;
206.  		name = strncpy(buf, name, PL_PSIZ - 1);
207.  		buf[PL_PSIZ - 1] = '\0';
208.  	}
209.  	if (lth == mtmp->mnamelth) {
210.  		/* don't need to allocate a new monst struct */
211.  		if (lth) Strcpy(NAME(mtmp), name);
212.  		return mtmp;
213.  	}
214.  	mtmp2 = newmonst(mtmp->mxlth + lth);
215.  	*mtmp2 = *mtmp;
216.  	(void) memcpy((genericptr_t)mtmp2->mextra,
217.  		      (genericptr_t)mtmp->mextra, mtmp->mxlth);
218.  	mtmp2->mnamelth = lth;
219.  	if (lth) Strcpy(NAME(mtmp2), name);
220.  	replmon(mtmp,mtmp2);
221.  	return(mtmp2);
222.  }
223.  

do_mname Edit

224.  int
225.  do_mname()
226.  {
227.  	char buf[BUFSZ];
228.  	coord cc;
229.  	register int cx,cy;
230.  	register struct monst *mtmp;
231.  	char qbuf[QBUFSZ];
232.  
233.  	if (Hallucination) {
234.  		You("would never recognize it anyway.");
235.  		return 0;
236.  	}
237.  	cc.x = u.ux;
238.  	cc.y = u.uy;
239.  	if (getpos(&cc, FALSE, "the monster you want to name") < 0 ||
240.  			(cx = cc.x) < 0)
241.  		return 0;
242.  	cy = cc.y;
243.  
244.  	if (cx == u.ux && cy == u.uy) {
245.  #ifdef STEED
246.  	    if (u.usteed && canspotmon(u.usteed))
247.  		mtmp = u.usteed;
248.  	    else {
249.  #endif
250.  		pline("This %s creature is called %s and cannot be renamed.",
251.  		ACURR(A_CHA) > 14 ?
252.  		(flags.female ? "beautiful" : "handsome") :
253.  		"ugly",
254.  		plname);
255.  		return(0);
256.  #ifdef STEED
257.  	    }
258.  #endif
259.  	} else
260.  	    mtmp = m_at(cx, cy);
261.  
262.  	if (!mtmp || (!sensemon(mtmp) &&
263.  			(!(cansee(cx,cy) || see_with_infrared(mtmp)) || mtmp->mundetected
264.  			|| mtmp->m_ap_type == M_AP_FURNITURE
265.  			|| mtmp->m_ap_type == M_AP_OBJECT
266.  			|| (mtmp->minvis && !See_invisible)))) {
267.  		pline("I see no monster there.");
268.  		return(0);
269.  	}
270.  	/* special case similar to the one in lookat() */
271.  	(void) distant_monnam(mtmp, ARTICLE_THE, buf);
272.  	Sprintf(qbuf, "What do you want to call %s?", buf);
273.  	getlin(qbuf,buf);
274.  	if(!*buf || *buf == '\033') return(0);
275.  	/* strip leading and trailing spaces; unnames monster if all spaces */
276.  	(void)mungspaces(buf);
277.  
278.  	if (mtmp->data->geno & G_UNIQ)
279.  	    pline("%s doesn't like being called names!", Monnam(mtmp));
280.  	else
281.  	    (void) christen_monst(mtmp, buf);
282.  	return(0);
283.  }
284.  

do_oname Edit

285.  /*
286.   * This routine changes the address of obj. Be careful not to call it
287.   * when there might be pointers around in unknown places. For now: only
288.   * when obj is in the inventory.
289.   */
290.  STATIC_OVL
291.  void
292.  do_oname(obj)
293.  register struct obj *obj;
294.  {
295.  	char buf[BUFSZ], qbuf[QBUFSZ];
296.  	const char *aname;
297.  	short objtyp;
298.  
299.  	Sprintf(qbuf, "What do you want to name %s %s?",
300.  		is_plural(obj) ? "these" : "this", xname(obj));
301.  	getlin(qbuf, buf);
302.  	if(!*buf || *buf == '\033')	return;
303.  	/* strip leading and trailing spaces; unnames item if all spaces */
304.  	(void)mungspaces(buf);
305.  
306.  	/* relax restrictions over proper capitalization for artifacts */
307.  	if ((aname = artifact_name(buf, &objtyp)) != 0 && objtyp == obj->otyp)
308.  		Strcpy(buf, aname);
309.  
310.  	if (obj->oartifact) {
311.  		pline_The("artifact seems to resist the attempt.");
312.  		return;
313.  	} else if (restrict_name(obj, buf) || exist_artifact(obj->otyp, buf)) {

The above test is the source of the artifact name bug. restrict_name will return TRUE if the basetype+name match an artifact. (exist_artifact is used to prevent the player from generating Sting multiple times.)

314.  		int n = rn2((int)strlen(buf));
315.  		register char c1, c2;
316.  
317.  		c1 = lowc(buf[n]);
318.  		do c2 = 'a' + rn2('z'-'a'); while (c1 == c2);
319.  		buf[n] = (buf[n] == c1) ? c2 : highc(c2);  /* keep same case */
320.  		pline("While engraving your %s slips.", body_part(HAND));
321.  		display_nhwindow(WIN_MESSAGE, FALSE);
322.  		You("engrave: \"%s\".",buf);
323.  	}
324.  	obj = oname(obj, buf);
325.  }
326.  

realloc_obj Edit

327.  /*
328.   * Allocate a new and possibly larger storage space for an obj.
329.   */
330.  struct obj *
331.  realloc_obj(obj, oextra_size, oextra_src, oname_size, name)
332.  struct obj *obj;
333.  int oextra_size;		/* storage to allocate for oextra            */
334.  genericptr_t oextra_src;
335.  int oname_size;			/* size of name string + 1 (null terminator) */
336.  const char *name;
337.  {
338.  	struct obj *otmp;
339.  
340.  	otmp = newobj(oextra_size + oname_size);
341.  	*otmp = *obj;	/* the cobj pointer is copied to otmp */
342.  	if (oextra_size) {
343.  	    if (oextra_src)
344.  		(void) memcpy((genericptr_t)otmp->oextra, oextra_src,
345.  							oextra_size);
346.  	} else {
347.  	    otmp->oattached = OATTACHED_NOTHING;
348.  	}
349.  	otmp->oxlth = oextra_size;
350.  
351.  	otmp->onamelth = oname_size;
352.  	otmp->timed = 0;	/* not timed, yet */
353.  	otmp->lamplit = 0;	/* ditto */
354.  	/* __GNUC__ note:  if the assignment of otmp->onamelth immediately
355.  	   precedes this `if' statement, a gcc bug will miscompile the
356.  	   test on vax (`insv' instruction used to store bitfield does
357.  	   not set condition codes, but optimizer behaves as if it did).
358.  	   gcc-2.7.2.1 finally fixed this. */
359.  	if (oname_size) {
360.  	    if (name)
361.  		Strcpy(ONAME(otmp), name);
362.  	}
363.  
364.  	if (obj->owornmask) {
365.  		boolean save_twoweap = u.twoweap;
366.  		/* unwearing the old instance will clear dual-wield mode
367.  		   if this object is either of the two weapons */
368.  		setworn((struct obj *)0, obj->owornmask);
369.  		setworn(otmp, otmp->owornmask);
370.  		u.twoweap = save_twoweap;
371.  	}
372.  
373.  	/* replace obj with otmp */
374.  	replace_object(obj, otmp);
375.  
376.  	/* fix ocontainer pointers */
377.  	if (Has_contents(obj)) {
378.  		struct obj *inside;
379.  
380.  		for(inside = obj->cobj; inside; inside = inside->nobj)
381.  			inside->ocontainer = otmp;
382.  	}
383.  
384.  	/* move timers and light sources from obj to otmp */
385.  	if (obj->timed) obj_move_timers(obj, otmp);
386.  	if (obj->lamplit) obj_move_light_source(obj, otmp);
387.  
388.  	/* objects possibly being manipulated by multi-turn occupations
389.  	   which have been interrupted but might be subsequently resumed */
390.  	if (obj->oclass == FOOD_CLASS)
391.  	    food_substitution(obj, otmp);	/* eat food or open tin */
392.  	else if (obj->oclass == SPBOOK_CLASS)
393.  	    book_substitution(obj, otmp);	/* read spellbook */
394.  
395.  	/* obfree(obj, otmp);	now unnecessary: no pointers on bill */
396.  	dealloc_obj(obj);	/* let us hope nobody else saved a pointer */
397.  	return otmp;
398.  }
399.  

oname Edit

400.  struct obj *
401.  oname(obj, name)
402.  struct obj *obj;
403.  const char *name;
404.  {
405.  	int lth;
406.  	char buf[PL_PSIZ];
407.  
408.  	lth = *name ? (int)(strlen(name) + 1) : 0;
409.  	if (lth > PL_PSIZ) {
410.  		lth = PL_PSIZ;
411.  		name = strncpy(buf, name, PL_PSIZ - 1);
412.  		buf[PL_PSIZ - 1] = '\0';
413.  	}
414.  	/* If named artifact exists in the game, do not create another.
415.  	 * Also trying to create an artifact shouldn't de-artifact
416.  	 * it (e.g. Excalibur from prayer). In this case the object
417.  	 * will retain its current name. */
418.  	if (obj->oartifact || (lth && exist_artifact(obj->otyp, name)))
419.  		return obj;
420.  
421.  	if (lth == obj->onamelth) {
422.  		/* no need to replace entire object */
423.  		if (lth) Strcpy(ONAME(obj), name);
424.  	} else {
425.  		obj = realloc_obj(obj, obj->oxlth,
426.  			      (genericptr_t)obj->oextra, lth, name);
427.  	}
428.  	if (lth) artifact_exists(obj, name, TRUE);
429.  	if (obj->oartifact) {
430.  	    /* can't dual-wield with artifact as secondary weapon */
431.  	    if (obj == uswapwep) untwoweapon();
432.  	    /* activate warning if you've just named your weapon "Sting" */
433.  	    if (obj == uwep) set_artifact_intrinsic(obj, TRUE, W_WEP);
434.  	}
435.  	if (carried(obj)) update_inventory();
436.  	return obj;
437.  }
438.  

ddocall Edit

439.  static NEARDATA const char callable[] = {
440.  	SCROLL_CLASS, POTION_CLASS, WAND_CLASS, RING_CLASS, AMULET_CLASS,
441.  	GEM_CLASS, SPBOOK_CLASS, ARMOR_CLASS, TOOL_CLASS, 0 };
442.  
443.  int
444.  ddocall()
445.  {
446.  	register struct obj *obj;
447.  #ifdef REDO
448.  	char	ch;
449.  #endif
450.  	char allowall[2];
451.  
452.  	switch(
453.  #ifdef REDO
454.  		ch =
455.  #endif
456.  		ynq("Name an individual object?")) {
457.  	case 'q':
458.  		break;
459.  	case 'y':
460.  #ifdef REDO
461.  		savech(ch);
462.  #endif
463.  		allowall[0] = ALL_CLASSES; allowall[1] = '\0';
464.  		obj = getobj(allowall, "name");
465.  		if(obj) do_oname(obj);
466.  		break;
467.  	default :
468.  #ifdef REDO
469.  		savech(ch);
470.  #endif
471.  		obj = getobj(callable, "call");
472.  		if (obj) {
473.  			/* behave as if examining it in inventory;
474.  			   this might set dknown if it was picked up
475.  			   while blind and the hero can now see */
476.  			(void) xname(obj);
477.  
478.  			if (!obj->dknown) {
479.  				You("would never recognize another one.");
480.  				return 0;
481.  			}
482.  			docall(obj);
483.  		}
484.  		break;
485.  	}
486.  	return 0;
487.  }
488.  

docall Edit

489.  void
490.  docall(obj)
491.  register struct obj *obj;
492.  {
493.  	char buf[BUFSZ], qbuf[QBUFSZ];
494.  	struct obj otemp;
495.  	register char **str1;
496.  
497.  	if (!obj->dknown) return; /* probably blind */
498.  	otemp = *obj;
499.  	otemp.quan = 1L;
500.  	otemp.onamelth = 0;
501.  	otemp.oxlth = 0;
502.  	if (objects[otemp.otyp].oc_class == POTION_CLASS && otemp.fromsink)
503.  	    /* kludge, meaning it's sink water */
504.  	    Sprintf(qbuf,"Call a stream of %s fluid:",
505.  		    OBJ_DESCR(objects[otemp.otyp]));
506.  	else
507.  	    Sprintf(qbuf, "Call %s:", an(xname(&otemp)));
508.  	getlin(qbuf, buf);
509.  	if(!*buf || *buf == '\033')
510.  		return;
511.  
512.  	/* clear old name */
513.  	str1 = &(objects[obj->otyp].oc_uname);
514.  	if(*str1) free((genericptr_t)*str1);
515.  
516.  	/* strip leading and trailing spaces; uncalls item if all spaces */
517.  	(void)mungspaces(buf);
518.  	if (!*buf) {
519.  	    if (*str1) {	/* had name, so possibly remove from disco[] */
520.  		/* strip name first, for the update_inventory() call
521.  		   from undiscover_object() */
522.  		*str1 = (char *)0;
523.  		undiscover_object(obj->otyp);
524.  	    }
525.  	} else {
526.  	    *str1 = strcpy((char *) alloc((unsigned)strlen(buf)+1), buf);
527.  	    discover_object(obj->otyp, FALSE, TRUE); /* possibly add to disco[] */
528.  	}
529.  }
530.  
531.  #endif /*OVLB*/

rndghostname Edit

532.  #ifdef OVL0
533.  
534.  static const char * const ghostnames[] = {
535.  	/* these names should have length < PL_NSIZ */
536.  	/* Capitalize the names for aesthetics -dgk */
537.  	"Adri", "Andries", "Andreas", "Bert", "David", "Dirk", "Emile",
538.  	"Frans", "Fred", "Greg", "Hether", "Jay", "John", "Jon", "Karnov",
539.  	"Kay", "Kenny", "Kevin", "Maud", "Michiel", "Mike", "Peter", "Robert",
540.  	"Ron", "Tom", "Wilmar", "Nick Danger", "Phoenix", "Jiro", "Mizue",
541.  	"Stephan", "Lance Braccus", "Shadowhawk"
542.  };
543.  
544.  /* ghost names formerly set by x_monnam(), now by makemon() instead */
545.  const char *
546.  rndghostname()
547.  {
548.      return rn2(7) ? ghostnames[rn2(SIZE(ghostnames))] : (const char *)plname;
549.  }
550.  

Monster naming functions Edit

551.  /* Monster naming functions:
552.   * x_monnam is the generic monster-naming function.
553.   *		  seen	      unseen	   detected		  named
554.   * mon_nam:	the newt	it	the invisible orc	Fido
555.   * noit_mon_nam:the newt (as if detected) the invisible orc	Fido
556.   * l_monnam:	newt		it	invisible orc		dog called fido
557.   * Monnam:	The newt	It	The invisible orc	Fido
558.   * noit_Monnam: The newt (as if detected) The invisible orc	Fido
559.   * Adjmonnam:	The poor newt	It	The poor invisible orc	The poor Fido
560.   * Amonnam:	A newt		It	An invisible orc	Fido
561.   * a_monnam:	a newt		it	an invisible orc	Fido
562.   * m_monnam:	newt		xan	orc			Fido
563.   * y_monnam:	your newt     your xan	your invisible orc	Fido
564.   */
565.  
566.  /* Bug: if the monster is a priest or shopkeeper, not every one of these
567.   * options works, since those are special cases.
568.   */

x_monnam Edit

569.  char *
570.  x_monnam(mtmp, article, adjective, suppress, called)
571.  register struct monst *mtmp;
572.  int article;
573.  /* ARTICLE_NONE, ARTICLE_THE, ARTICLE_A: obvious
574.   * ARTICLE_YOUR: "your" on pets, "the" on everything else
575.   *
576.   * If the monster would be referred to as "it" or if the monster has a name
577.   * _and_ there is no adjective, "invisible", "saddled", etc., override this
578.   * and always use no article.
579.   */
580.  const char *adjective;
581.  int suppress;
582.  /* SUPPRESS_IT, SUPPRESS_INVISIBLE, SUPPRESS_HALLUCINATION, SUPPRESS_SADDLE.
583.   * EXACT_NAME: combination of all the above
584.   */
585.  boolean called;
586.  {
587.  #ifdef LINT	/* static char buf[BUFSZ]; */
588.  	char buf[BUFSZ];
589.  #else
590.  	static char buf[BUFSZ];
591.  #endif
592.  	struct permonst *mdat = mtmp->data;
593.  	boolean do_hallu, do_invis, do_it, do_saddle;
594.  	boolean name_at_start, has_adjectives;
595.  	char *bp;
596.  
597.  	if (program_state.gameover)
598.  	    suppress |= SUPPRESS_HALLUCINATION;
599.  	if (article == ARTICLE_YOUR && !mtmp->mtame)
600.  	    article = ARTICLE_THE;
601.  
602.  	do_hallu = Hallucination && !(suppress & SUPPRESS_HALLUCINATION);
603.  	do_invis = mtmp->minvis && !(suppress & SUPPRESS_INVISIBLE);
604.  	do_it = !canspotmon(mtmp) && 
605.  	    article != ARTICLE_YOUR &&
606.  	    !program_state.gameover &&
607.  #ifdef STEED
608.  	    mtmp != u.usteed &&
609.  #endif
610.  	    !(u.uswallow && mtmp == u.ustuck) &&
611.  	    !(suppress & SUPPRESS_IT);
612.  	do_saddle = !(suppress & SUPPRESS_SADDLE);
613.  
614.  	buf[0] = 0;
615.  
616.  	/* unseen monsters, etc.  Use "it" */
617.  	if (do_it) {
618.  	    Strcpy(buf, "it");
619.  	    return buf;
620.  	}
621.  
622.  	/* priests and minions: don't even use this function */
623.  	if (mtmp->ispriest || mtmp->isminion) {
624.  	    char priestnambuf[BUFSZ];
625.  	    char *name;
626.  	    long save_prop = EHalluc_resistance;
627.  	    unsigned save_invis = mtmp->minvis;
628.  
629.  	    /* when true name is wanted, explicitly block Hallucination */
630.  	    if (!do_hallu) EHalluc_resistance = 1L;
631.  	    if (!do_invis) mtmp->minvis = 0;
632.  	    name = priestname(mtmp, priestnambuf);
633.  	    EHalluc_resistance = save_prop;
634.  	    mtmp->minvis = save_invis;
635.  	    if (article == ARTICLE_NONE && !strncmp(name, "the ", 4))
636.  		name += 4;
637.  	    return strcpy(buf, name);
638.  	}
639.  
640.  	/* Shopkeepers: use shopkeeper name.  For normal shopkeepers, just
641.  	 * "Asidonhopo"; for unusual ones, "Asidonhopo the invisible
642.  	 * shopkeeper" or "Asidonhopo the blue dragon".  If hallucinating,
643.  	 * none of this applies.
644.  	 */
645.  	if (mtmp->isshk && !do_hallu) {
646.  	    if (adjective && article == ARTICLE_THE) {
647.  		/* pathological case: "the angry Asidonhopo the blue dragon"
648.  		   sounds silly */
649.  		Strcpy(buf, "the ");
650.  		Strcat(strcat(buf, adjective), " ");
651.  		Strcat(buf, shkname(mtmp));
652.  		return buf;
653.  	    }
654.  	    Strcat(buf, shkname(mtmp));
655.  	    if (mdat == &mons[PM_SHOPKEEPER] && !do_invis)
656.  		return buf;
657.  	    Strcat(buf, " the ");
658.  	    if (do_invis)
659.  		Strcat(buf, "invisible ");
660.  	    Strcat(buf, mdat->mname);
661.  	    return buf;
662.  	}
663.  
664.  	/* Put the adjectives in the buffer */
665.  	if (adjective)
666.  	    Strcat(strcat(buf, adjective), " ");
667.  	if (do_invis)
668.  	    Strcat(buf, "invisible ");
669.  #ifdef STEED
670.  	if (do_saddle && (mtmp->misc_worn_check & W_SADDLE) &&
671.  	    !Blind && !Hallucination)
672.  	    Strcat(buf, "saddled ");
673.  #endif
674.  	if (buf[0] != 0)
675.  	    has_adjectives = TRUE;
676.  	else
677.  	    has_adjectives = FALSE;
678.  
679.  	/* Put the actual monster name or type into the buffer now */
680.  	/* Be sure to remember whether the buffer starts with a name */
681.  	if (do_hallu) {
682.  	    Strcat(buf, rndmonnam());
683.  	    name_at_start = FALSE;
684.  	} else if (mtmp->mnamelth) {
685.  	    char *name = NAME(mtmp);
686.  
687.  	    if (mdat == &mons[PM_GHOST]) {
688.  		Sprintf(eos(buf), "%s ghost", s_suffix(name));
689.  		name_at_start = TRUE;
690.  	    } else if (called) {
691.  		Sprintf(eos(buf), "%s called %s", mdat->mname, name);
692.  		name_at_start = (boolean)type_is_pname(mdat);
693.  	    } else if (is_mplayer(mdat) && (bp = strstri(name, " the ")) != 0) {
694.  		/* <name> the <adjective> <invisible> <saddled> <rank> */
695.  		char pbuf[BUFSZ];
696.  
697.  		Strcpy(pbuf, name);
698.  		pbuf[bp - name + 5] = '\0'; /* adjectives right after " the " */
699.  		if (has_adjectives)
700.  		    Strcat(pbuf, buf);
701.  		Strcat(pbuf, bp + 5);	/* append the rest of the name */
702.  		Strcpy(buf, pbuf);
703.  		article = ARTICLE_NONE;
704.  		name_at_start = TRUE;
705.  	    } else {
706.  		Strcat(buf, name);
707.  		name_at_start = TRUE;
708.  	    }
709.  	} else if (is_mplayer(mdat) && !In_endgame(&u.uz)) {
710.  	    char pbuf[BUFSZ];
711.  	    Strcpy(pbuf, rank_of((int)mtmp->m_lev,
712.  				 monsndx(mdat),
713.  				 (boolean)mtmp->female));
714.  	    Strcat(buf, lcase(pbuf));
715.  	    name_at_start = FALSE;
716.  	} else {
717.  	    Strcat(buf, mdat->mname);
718.  	    name_at_start = (boolean)type_is_pname(mdat);
719.  	}
720.  
721.  	if (name_at_start && (article == ARTICLE_YOUR || !has_adjectives)) {
722.  	    if (mdat == &mons[PM_WIZARD_OF_YENDOR])
723.  		article = ARTICLE_THE;
724.  	    else
725.  		article = ARTICLE_NONE;
726.  	} else if ((mdat->geno & G_UNIQ) && article == ARTICLE_A) {
727.  	    article = ARTICLE_THE;
728.  	}
729.  
730.  	{
731.  	    char buf2[BUFSZ];
732.  
733.  	    switch(article) {
734.  		case ARTICLE_YOUR:
735.  		    Strcpy(buf2, "your ");
736.  		    Strcat(buf2, buf);
737.  		    Strcpy(buf, buf2);
738.  		    return buf;
739.  		case ARTICLE_THE:
740.  		    Strcpy(buf2, "the ");
741.  		    Strcat(buf2, buf);
742.  		    Strcpy(buf, buf2);
743.  		    return buf;
744.  		case ARTICLE_A:
745.  		    return(an(buf));
746.  		case ARTICLE_NONE:
747.  		default:
748.  		    return buf;
749.  	    }
750.  	}
751.  }
752.  
753.  #endif /* OVL0 */

l_monnam Edit

754.  #ifdef OVLB
755.  
756.  char *
757.  l_monnam(mtmp)
758.  register struct monst *mtmp;
759.  {
760.  	return(x_monnam(mtmp, ARTICLE_NONE, (char *)0, 
761.  		mtmp->mnamelth ? SUPPRESS_SADDLE : 0, TRUE));
762.  }
763.  
764.  #endif /* OVLB */

mon_nam Edit

765.  #ifdef OVL0
766.  
767.  char *
768.  mon_nam(mtmp)
769.  register struct monst *mtmp;
770.  {
771.  	return(x_monnam(mtmp, ARTICLE_THE, (char *)0,
772.  		mtmp->mnamelth ? SUPPRESS_SADDLE : 0, FALSE));
773.  }
774.  

noit_mon_nam Edit

775.  /* print the name as if mon_nam() was called, but assume that the player
776.   * can always see the monster--used for probing and for monsters aggravating
777.   * the player with a cursed potion of invisibility
778.   */
779.  char *
780.  noit_mon_nam(mtmp)
781.  register struct monst *mtmp;
782.  {
783.  	return(x_monnam(mtmp, ARTICLE_THE, (char *)0,
784.  		mtmp->mnamelth ? (SUPPRESS_SADDLE|SUPPRESS_IT) :
785.  		    SUPPRESS_IT, FALSE));
786.  }
787.  

Monnam Edit

788.  char *
789.  Monnam(mtmp)
790.  register struct monst *mtmp;
791.  {
792.  	register char *bp = mon_nam(mtmp);
793.  
794.  	*bp = highc(*bp);
795.  	return(bp);
796.  }
797.  

Monnam() returns a capitalized monster name for monster mtmp:

  • The newt - seen monster
  • It - unseen monster
  • The invisible orc - detected monster
  • Fido - called monster

noit_Monnam Edit

798.  char *
799.  noit_Monnam(mtmp)
800.  register struct monst *mtmp;
801.  {
802.  	register char *bp = noit_mon_nam(mtmp);
803.  
804.  	*bp = highc(*bp);
805.  	return(bp);
806.  }
807.  

m_monnam Edit

808.  /* monster's own name */
809.  char *
810.  m_monnam(mtmp)
811.  struct monst *mtmp;
812.  {
813.  	return x_monnam(mtmp, ARTICLE_NONE, (char *)0, EXACT_NAME, FALSE);
814.  }
815.  

y_monnam Edit

816.  /* pet name: "your little dog" */
817.  char *
818.  y_monnam(mtmp)
819.  struct monst *mtmp;
820.  {
821.  	int prefix, suppression_flag;
822.  
823.  	prefix = mtmp->mtame ? ARTICLE_YOUR : ARTICLE_THE;
824.  	suppression_flag = (mtmp->mnamelth
825.  #ifdef STEED
826.  			    /* "saddled" is redundant when mounted */
827.  			    || mtmp == u.usteed
828.  #endif
829.  			    ) ? SUPPRESS_SADDLE : 0;
830.  
831.  	return x_monnam(mtmp, prefix, (char *)0, suppression_flag, FALSE);
832.  }
833.  
834.  #endif /* OVL0 */

Adjmonnam Edit

835.  #ifdef OVLB
836.  
837.  char *
838.  Adjmonnam(mtmp, adj)
839.  register struct monst *mtmp;
840.  register const char *adj;
841.  {
842.  	register char *bp = x_monnam(mtmp, ARTICLE_THE, adj,
843.  		mtmp->mnamelth ? SUPPRESS_SADDLE : 0, FALSE);
844.  
845.  	*bp = highc(*bp);
846.  	return(bp);
847.  }
848.  

a_monnam Edit

849.  char *
850.  a_monnam(mtmp)
851.  register struct monst *mtmp;
852.  {
853.  	return x_monnam(mtmp, ARTICLE_A, (char *)0,
854.  		mtmp->mnamelth ? SUPPRESS_SADDLE : 0, FALSE);
855.  }
856.  

Amonnam Edit

857.  char *
858.  Amonnam(mtmp)
859.  register struct monst *mtmp;
860.  {
861.  	register char *bp = a_monnam(mtmp);
862.  
863.  	*bp = highc(*bp);
864.  	return(bp);
865.  }
866.  

distant_monnam Edit

867.  /* used for monster ID by the '/', ';', and 'C' commands to block remote
868.     identification of the endgame altars via their attending priests */
869.  char *
870.  distant_monnam(mon, article, outbuf)
871.  struct monst *mon;
872.  int article;	/* only ARTICLE_NONE and ARTICLE_THE are handled here */
873.  char *outbuf;
874.  {
875.      /* high priest(ess)'s identity is concealed on the Astral Plane,
876.         unless you're adjacent (overridden for hallucination which does
877.         its own obfuscation) */
878.      if (mon->data == &mons[PM_HIGH_PRIEST] && !Hallucination &&
879.  	    Is_astralevel(&u.uz) && distu(mon->mx, mon->my) > 2) {
880.  	Strcpy(outbuf, article == ARTICLE_THE ? "the " : "");
881.  	Strcat(outbuf, mon->female ? "high priestess" : "high priest");
882.      } else {
883.  	Strcpy(outbuf, x_monnam(mon, article, (char *)0, 0, TRUE));
884.      }
885.      return outbuf;
886.  }
887.  

Hallucinatory monster names Edit

888.  static const char * const bogusmons[] = {
889.  	"jumbo shrimp", "giant pigmy", "gnu", "killer penguin",
890.  	"giant cockroach", "giant slug", "maggot", "pterodactyl",
891.  	"tyrannosaurus rex", "basilisk", "beholder", "nightmare",
892.  	"efreeti", "marid", "rot grub", "bookworm", "master lichen",
893.  	"shadow", "hologram", "jester", "attorney", "sleazoid",
894.  	"killer tomato", "amazon", "robot", "battlemech",
895.  	"rhinovirus", "harpy", "lion-dog", "rat-ant", "Y2K bug",
896.  						/* misc. */
897.  	"grue", "Christmas-tree monster", "luck sucker", "paskald",
898.  	"brogmoid", "dornbeast",		/* Quendor (Zork, &c.) */
899.  	"Ancient Multi-Hued Dragon", "Evil Iggy",
900.  						/* Moria */
901.  	"emu", "kestrel", "xeroc", "venus flytrap",
902.  						/* Rogue */
903.  	"creeping coins",			/* Wizardry */
904.  	"hydra", "siren",			/* Greek legend */
905.  	"killer bunny",				/* Monty Python */
906.  	"rodent of unusual size",		/* The Princess Bride */
907.  	"Smokey the bear",	/* "Only you can prevent forest fires!" */
908.  	"Luggage",				/* Discworld */
909.  	"Ent",					/* Lord of the Rings */
910.  	"tangle tree", "nickelpede", "wiggle",	/* Xanth */
911.  	"white rabbit", "snark",		/* Lewis Carroll */
912.  	"pushmi-pullyu",			/* Dr. Doolittle */
913.  	"smurf",				/* The Smurfs */
914.  	"tribble", "Klingon", "Borg",		/* Star Trek */
915.  	"Ewok",					/* Star Wars */
916.  	"Totoro",				/* Tonari no Totoro */
917.  	"ohmu",					/* Nausicaa */
918.  	"youma",				/* Sailor Moon */
919.  	"nyaasu",				/* Pokemon (Meowth) */
920.  	"Godzilla", "King Kong",		/* monster movies */
921.  	"earthquake beast",			/* old L of SH */
922.  	"Invid",				/* Robotech */
923.  	"Terminator",				/* The Terminator */
924.  	"boomer",				/* Bubblegum Crisis */
925.  	"Dalek",				/* Dr. Who ("Exterminate!") */
926.  	"microscopic space fleet", "Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal",
927.  						/* HGttG */
928.  	"teenage mutant ninja turtle",		/* TMNT */
929.  	"samurai rabbit",			/* Usagi Yojimbo */
930.  	"aardvark",				/* Cerebus */
931.  	"Audrey II",				/* Little Shop of Horrors */
932.  	"witch doctor", "one-eyed one-horned flying purple people eater",
933.  						/* 50's rock 'n' roll */
934.  	"Barney the dinosaur",			/* saccharine kiddy TV */
935.  	"Morgoth",				/* Angband */
936.  	"Vorlon",				/* Babylon 5 */
937.  	"questing beast",		/* King Arthur */
938.  	"Predator",				/* Movie */
939.  	"mother-in-law"				/* common pest */
940.  };
941.  
942.  

rndmonnam Edit

943.  /* Return a random monster name, for hallucination.
944.   * KNOWN BUG: May be a proper name (Godzilla, Barney), may not
945.   * (the Terminator, a Dalek).  There's no elegant way to deal
946.   * with this without radically modifying the calling functions.
947.   */
948.  const char *
949.  rndmonnam()
950.  {
951.  	int name;
952.  
953.  	do {
954.  	    name = rn1(SPECIAL_PM + SIZE(bogusmons) - LOW_PM, LOW_PM);
955.  	} while (name < SPECIAL_PM &&
956.  	    (type_is_pname(&mons[name]) || (mons[name].geno & G_NOGEN)));
957.  
958.  	if (name >= SPECIAL_PM) return bogusmons[name - SPECIAL_PM];
959.  	return mons[name].mname;
960.  }
961.  

roguename Edit

962.  #ifdef REINCARNATION
963.  const char *
964.  roguename() /* Name of a Rogue player */
965.  {
966.  	char *i, *opts;
967.  
968.  	if ((opts = nh_getenv("ROGUEOPTS")) != 0) {
969.  		for (i = opts; *i; i++)
970.  			if (!strncmp("name=",i,5)) {
971.  				char *j;
972.  				if ((j = index(i+5,',')) != 0)
973.  					*j = (char)0;
974.  				return i+5;
975.  			}
976.  	}
977.  	return rn2(3) ? (rn2(2) ? "Michael Toy" : "Kenneth Arnold")
978.  		: "Glenn Wichman";
979.  }
980.  #endif /* REINCARNATION */
981.  #endif /* OVLB */
982.  

hcolor Edit

983.  #ifdef OVL2
984.  
985.  static NEARDATA const char * const hcolors[] = {
986.  	"ultraviolet", "infrared", "bluish-orange",
987.  	"reddish-green", "dark white", "light black", "sky blue-pink",
988.  	"salty", "sweet", "sour", "bitter",
989.  	"striped", "spiral", "swirly", "plaid", "checkered", "argyle",
990.  	"paisley", "blotchy", "guernsey-spotted", "polka-dotted",
991.  	"square", "round", "triangular",
992.  	"cabernet", "sangria", "fuchsia", "wisteria",
993.  	"lemon-lime", "strawberry-banana", "peppermint",
994.  	"romantic", "incandescent"
995.  };
996.  
997.  const char *
998.  hcolor(colorpref)
999.  const char *colorpref;
1000. {
1001. 	return (Hallucination || !colorpref) ?
1002. 		hcolors[rn2(SIZE(hcolors))] : colorpref;
1003. }
1004. 

rndcolor Edit

1005. /* return a random real color unless hallucinating */
1006. const char *
1007. rndcolor()
1008. {
1009. 	int k = rn2(CLR_MAX);
1010. 	return Hallucination ? hcolor((char *)0) : (k == NO_COLOR) ?
1011. 		"colorless" : c_obj_colors[k];
1012. }
1013. 

coyotename Edit

1014. /* Aliases for road-runner nemesis
1015.  */
1016. static const char * const coynames[] = {
1017. 	"Carnivorous Vulgaris","Road-Runnerus Digestus",
1018. 	"Eatibus Anythingus"  ,"Famishus-Famishus",
1019. 	"Eatibus Almost Anythingus","Eatius Birdius",
1020. 	"Famishius Fantasticus","Eternalii Famishiis",
1021. 	"Famishus Vulgarus","Famishius Vulgaris Ingeniusi",
1022. 	"Eatius-Slobbius","Hardheadipus Oedipus",
1023. 	"Carnivorous Slobbius","Hard-Headipus Ravenus",
1024. 	"Evereadii Eatibus","Apetitius Giganticus",
1025. 	"Hungrii Flea-Bagius","Overconfidentii Vulgaris",
1026. 	"Caninus Nervous Rex","Grotesques Appetitus",
1027. 	"Nemesis Riduclii","Canis latrans"
1028. };
1029. 	

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1030. char *
1031. coyotename(mtmp, buf)
1032. struct monst *mtmp;
1033. char *buf;
1034. {
1035.     if (mtmp && buf) {
1036. 	Sprintf(buf, "%s - %s",
1037. 	    x_monnam(mtmp, ARTICLE_NONE, (char *)0, 0, TRUE),
1038. 	    mtmp->mcan ? coynames[SIZE(coynames)-1] : coynames[rn2(SIZE(coynames)-1)]);
1039.     }
1040.     return buf;
1041. }
1042. #endif /* OVL2 */
1043. 
1044. /*do_name.c*/

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