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1.    /*	SCCS Id: @(#)shknam.c	3.1	92/11/14	*/
2.    /* Copyright (c) Stichting Mathematisch Centrum, Amsterdam, 1985. */
3.    /* NetHack may be freely redistributed.  See license for details. */
4.    
5.    /* shknam.c -- initialize a shop */
6.    
7.    #include "hack.h"
8.    #include "eshk.h"
9.    
10.   #ifdef OVLB
11.   
12.   static void FDECL(mkshobj_at, (const struct shclass *,int,int));
13.   static void FDECL(findname, (char *,const char **));
14.   static int  FDECL(shkinit, (const struct shclass *,struct mkroom *));
15.   
16.   static const char *shkliquors[] = {
17.       /* Ukraine */
18.       "Njezjin", "Tsjernigof", "Gomel", "Ossipewsk", "Gorlowka",
19.       /* N. Russia */
20.       "Konosja", "Weliki Oestjoeg", "Syktywkar", "Sablja",
21.       "Narodnaja", "Kyzyl",
22.       /* Silezie */
23.       "Walbrzych", "Swidnica", "Klodzko", "Raciborz", "Gliwice",
24.       "Brzeg", "Krnov", "Hradec Kralove",
25.       /* Schweiz */
26.       "Leuk", "Brig", "Brienz", "Thun", "Sarnen", "Burglen", "Elm",
27.       "Flims", "Vals", "Schuls", "Zum Loch",
28.       ""
29.   };
30.   
31.   static const char *shkbooks[] = {
32.       /* Eire */
33.       "Skibbereen", "Kanturk", "Rath Luirc", "Ennistymon", "Lahinch",
34.       "Kinnegad", "Lugnaquillia", "Enniscorthy", "Gweebarra",
35.       "Kittamagh", "Nenagh", "Sneem", "Ballingeary", "Kilgarvan",
36.       "Cahersiveen", "Glenbeigh", "Kilmihil", "Kiltamagh",
37.       "Droichead Atha", "Inniscrone", "Clonegal", "Lisnaskea",
38.       "Culdaff", "Dunfanaghy", "Inishbofin", "Kesh",
39.       ""
40.   };
41.   
42.   static const char *shkarmors[] = {
43.       /* Turquie */
44.       "Demirci", "Kalecik", "Boyabai", "Yildizeli", "Gaziantep",
45.       "Siirt", "Akhalataki", "Tirebolu", "Aksaray", "Ermenak",
46.       "Iskenderun", "Kadirli", "Siverek", "Pervari", "Malasgirt",
47.       "Bayburt", "Ayancik", "Zonguldak", "Balya", "Tefenni",
48.       "Artvin", "Kars", "Makharadze", "Malazgirt", "Midyat",
49.       "Birecik", "Kirikkale", "Alaca", "Polatli", "Nallihan",
50.       ""
51.   };
52.   
53.   static const char *shkwands[] = {
54.       /* Wales */
55.       "Yr Wyddgrug", "Trallwng", "Mallwyd", "Pontarfynach",
56.       "Rhaeader", "Llandrindod", "Llanfair-ym-muallt",
57.       "Y-Fenni", "Measteg", "Rhydaman", "Beddgelert",
58.       "Curig", "Llanrwst", "Llanerchymedd", "Caergybi",
59.       /* Scotland */
60.       "Nairn", "Turriff", "Inverurie", "Braemar", "Lochnagar",
61.       "Kerloch", "Beinn a Ghlo", "Drumnadrochit", "Morven",
62.       "Uist", "Storr", "Sgurr na Ciche", "Cannich", "Gairloch",
63.       "Kyleakin", "Dunvegan",
64.       ""
65.   };
66.   
67.   static const char *shkrings[] = {
68.       /* Hollandse familienamen */
69.       "Feyfer", "Flugi", "Gheel", "Havic", "Haynin", "Hoboken",
70.       "Imbyze", "Juyn", "Kinsky", "Massis", "Matray", "Moy",
71.       "Olycan", "Sadelin", "Svaving", "Tapper", "Terwen", "Wirix",
72.       "Ypey",
73.       /* Skandinaviske navne */
74.       "Rastegaisa", "Varjag Njarga", "Kautekeino", "Abisko",
75.       "Enontekis", "Rovaniemi", "Avasaksa", "Haparanda",
76.       "Lulea", "Gellivare", "Oeloe", "Kajaani", "Fauske",
77.       ""
78.   };
79.   
80.   static const char *shkfoods[] = {
81.       /* Indonesia */
82.       "Djasinga", "Tjibarusa", "Tjiwidej", "Pengalengan",
83.       "Bandjar", "Parbalingga", "Bojolali", "Sarangan",
84.       "Ngebel", "Djombang", "Ardjawinangun", "Berbek",
85.       "Papar", "Baliga", "Tjisolok", "Siboga", "Banjoewangi",
86.       "Trenggalek", "Karangkobar", "Njalindoeng", "Pasawahan",
87.       "Pameunpeuk", "Patjitan", "Kediri", "Pemboeang", "Tringanoe",
88.       "Makin", "Tipor", "Semai", "Berhala", "Tegal", "Samoe",
89.       ""
90.   };
91.   
92.   static const char *shkweapons[] = {
93.       /* Perigord */
94.       "Voulgezac", "Rouffiac", "Lerignac", "Touverac", "Guizengeard",
95.       "Melac", "Neuvicq", "Vanzac", "Picq", "Urignac", "Corignac",
96.       "Fleac", "Lonzac", "Vergt", "Queyssac", "Liorac", "Echourgnac",
97.       "Cazelon", "Eypau", "Carignan", "Monbazillac", "Jonzac",
98.       "Pons", "Jumilhac", "Fenouilledes", "Laguiolet", "Saujon",
99.       "Eymoutiers", "Eygurande", "Eauze", "Labouheyre",
100.      ""
101.  };
102.  
103.  static const char *shktools[] = {
104.      /* Spmi */
105.      "Ymla", "Eed-morra", "Cubask", "Nieb", "Bnowr Falr", "Telloc Cyaj",
106.      "Sperc", "Noskcirdneh", "Yawolloh", "Hyeghu", "Niskal", "Trahnil",
107.      "Htargcm", "Enrobwem", "Kachzi Rellim", "Regien", "Donmyar",
108.      "Yelpur", "Nosnehpets", "Stewe", "Renrut", "_Zlaw", "Nosalnef",
109.      "Rewuorb", "Rellenk", "Yad", "Cire Htims", "Y-crad", "Nenilukah",
110.  #ifdef OVERLAY
111.      "Erreip", "Nehpets", "Mron", "Snivek",
112.  #endif
113.  #ifdef MAC
114.      "Nhoj-lee", "Evad\'kh", "Ettaw-noj", "Tsew-mot", "Ydna-s",
115.  #endif
116.  #ifdef AMIGA
117.      "Falo", "Nosid-da\'r", "Ekim-p", "Rebrol-nek", "Noslo", "Yl-rednow",
118.      "Mured-oog",
119.  #endif
120.  #ifdef VMS
121.      "Lez-tneg", "Ytnu-haled", "Niknar",
122.  #endif
123.      ""
124.  };
125.  
126.  static const char *shkgeneral[] = {
127.      /* Suriname */
128.      "Hebiwerie", "Possogroenoe", "Asidonhopo", "Manlobbi",
129.      "Adjama", "Pakka Pakka", "Kabalebo", "Wonotobo",
130.      "Akalapi", "Sipaliwini",
131.      /* Greenland */
132.      "Annootok", "Upernavik", "Angmagssalik",
133.      /* N. Canada */
134.      "Aklavik", "Inuvik", "Tuktoyaktuk",
135.      "Chicoutimi", "Ouiatchouane", "Chibougamau",
136.      "Matagami", "Kipawa", "Kinojevis",
137.      "Abitibi", "Maganasipi",
138.      /* Iceland */
139.      "Akureyri", "Kopasker", "Budereyri", "Akranes", "Bordeyri",
140.      "Holmavik",
141.      ""
142.  };
143.  
144.  /*
145.   * To add new shop types, all that is necessary is to edit the shtypes[] array.
146.   * See mkroom.h for the structure definition.  Typically, you'll have to lower
147.   * some or all of the probability fields in old entries to free up some
148.   * percentage for the new type.
149.   *
150.   * The placement type field is not yet used but will be in the near future.
151.   *
152.   * The iprobs array in each entry defines the probabilities for various kinds
153.   * of objects to be present in the given shop type.  You can associate with
154.   * each percentage either a generic object type (represented by one of the
155.   * *_CLASS macros) or a specific object (represented by an onames.h define).
156.   * In the latter case, prepend it with a unary minus so the code can know
157.   * (by testing the sign) whether to use mkobj() or mksobj().
158.   */
159.  
160.  const struct shclass shtypes[] = {
161.  	{"general store", RANDOM_CLASS, 44,
162.  	    D_SHOP, {{100, RANDOM_CLASS}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}}, shkgeneral},
163.  	{"used armor dealership", ARMOR_CLASS, 14,
164.  	    D_SHOP, {{90, ARMOR_CLASS}, {10, WEAPON_CLASS}, {0, 0}},
165.  	     shkarmors},
166.  	{"second hand bookstore", SCROLL_CLASS, 10, D_SHOP,
167.  	    {{90, SCROLL_CLASS}, {10, SPBOOK_CLASS}, {0, 0}}, shkbooks},
168.  	{"liquor emporium", POTION_CLASS, 10, D_SHOP,
169.  	    {{100, POTION_CLASS}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}}, shkliquors},
170.  	{"antique weapons outlet", WEAPON_CLASS, 5, D_SHOP,
171.  	    {{90, WEAPON_CLASS}, {10, ARMOR_CLASS}, {0, 0}}, shkweapons},
172.  	{"delicatessen", FOOD_CLASS, 5, D_SHOP,
173.  	    {{95, FOOD_CLASS}, {5, POTION_CLASS}, {0, 0}}, shkfoods},
174.  	{"jewelers", RING_CLASS, 3, D_SHOP,
175.  	    {{85, RING_CLASS}, {10, GEM_CLASS}, {5, AMULET_CLASS}, {0, 0}},
176.  	    shkrings},
177.  	{"quality apparel and accessories", WAND_CLASS, 3, D_SHOP,
178.  	    {{90, WAND_CLASS}, {5, -LEATHER_GLOVES}, {5, -ELVEN_CLOAK}, {0, 0}},
179.  	     shkwands},
180.  	{"hardware store", TOOL_CLASS, 3, D_SHOP,
181.  	    {{100, TOOL_CLASS}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}}, shktools},
182.  	/* Actually shktools is ignored; the code specifically chooses a
183.  	 * random implementor name (along with candle shops having
184.  	 * random shopkeepers)
185.  	 */
186.  	{"rare books", SPBOOK_CLASS, 3, D_SHOP,
187.  	    {{90, SPBOOK_CLASS}, {10, SCROLL_CLASS}, {0, 0}}, shkbooks},
188.  	/* Shops below this point are "unique".  That is they must all have a
189.  	 * probability of zero.  They are only created via the special level
190.  	 * loader.
191.  	 */
192.  	{"lighting store", TOOL_CLASS, 0, D_SHOP,
193.  	    {{32, -WAX_CANDLE}, {50, -TALLOW_CANDLE},
194.  	     {5, -BRASS_LANTERN}, {10, -OIL_LAMP}, {3, -MAGIC_LAMP}},shktools},
195.  	{NULL, 0, 0, 0, {{0, 0}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}}, 0}
196.  };
197.  
198.  #else	/* OVLB */
199.  
200.  extern const struct shclass shtypes[];
201.  
202.  #endif	/* OVLB */
203.  
204.  #ifdef OVLB
205.  
206.  #if 0
207.  /* validate shop probabilities; otherwise incorrect local changes could
208.     end up provoking infinite loops or wild subscripts fetching garbage */
209.  void
210.  init_shop_selection()
211.  {
212.  	register int i, j, item_prob, shop_prob;
213.  
214.  	for (shop_prob = 0, i = 0; i < SIZE(shtypes); i++) {
215.  		shop_prob += shtypes[i].prob;
216.  		for (item_prob = 0, j = 0; j < SIZE(shtypes[0].iprobs); j++)
217.  			item_prob += shtypes[i].iprobs[j].iprob;
218.  		if (item_prob != 100)
219.  			panic("item probabilities total to %d for %s shops!",
220.  				item_prob, shtypes[i].name);
221.  	}
222.  	if (shop_prob != 100)
223.  		panic("shop probabilities total to %d!", shop_prob);
224.  }
225.  #endif /*0*/
226.  
227.  static void
228.  mkshobj_at(shp, sx, sy)
229.  /* make an object of the appropriate type for a shop square */
230.  const struct shclass *shp;
231.  int sx, sy;
232.  {
233.  	register struct monst *mtmp;
234.  	int atype;
235.  	struct permonst *ptr;
236.  
237.  	if (rn2(100) < depth(&u.uz) &&
238.  	    !MON_AT(sx, sy) && (ptr = mkclass(S_MIMIC,0)) &&
239.  	    (mtmp=makemon(ptr,sx,sy))) {
240.  		/* note: makemon will set the mimic symbol to a shop item */
241.  		if (rn2(10) >= depth(&u.uz)) {
242.  			mtmp->m_ap_type = M_AP_OBJECT;
243.  			mtmp->mappearance = STRANGE_OBJECT;
244.  		}
245.  	} else if ((atype = get_shop_item(shp - shtypes)) < 0)
246.  		(void) mksobj_at(-atype, sx, sy, TRUE);
247.  	else (void) mkobj_at(atype, sx, sy, TRUE);
248.  }
249.  
250.  static void
251.  findname(nampt, nlp)
252.  /* extract a shopkeeper name for the given shop type */
253.  	char *nampt;
254.  	const char *nlp[];
255.  {
256.      register int i;
257.  
258.      for(i = 0; i < ledger_no(&u.uz); i++) /* Note: _not_ depth */
259.  	if (!*nlp[i]) {
260.  	    /* Not enough names, try random/general name */
261.  	    if((i = rn2(i)))
262.  		break;
263.  	    else if (nlp != shkgeneral)
264.  		findname(nampt, shkgeneral);
265.  	    else
266.  		Strcpy(nampt, "Dirk");
267.  	    return;
268.  	}
269.      (void) strncpy(nampt, nlp[i-1], PL_NSIZ);
270.      nampt[PL_NSIZ-1] = 0;
271.  }
272.  
273.  static int
274.  shkinit(shp, sroom)	/* create a new shopkeeper in the given room */
275.  const struct shclass	*shp;
276.  struct mkroom	*sroom;
277.  {
278.  	register int sh, sx, sy;
279.  	struct monst *shk;
280.  
281.  	/* place the shopkeeper in the given room */
282.  	sh = sroom->fdoor;
283.  	sx = doors[sh].x;
284.  	sy = doors[sh].y;
285.  
286.  	/* check that the shopkeeper placement is sane */
287.  	if(sroom->irregular) {
288.  	    int rmno = (sroom - rooms) + ROOMOFFSET;
289.  	    if(isok(sx-1,sy) &&
290.  	       levl[sx-1][sy].roomno == rmno && !levl[sx-1][sy].edge) sx--;
291.  	    else if(isok(sx+1,sy) &&
292.  	       levl[sx+1][sy].roomno == rmno && !levl[sx+1][sy].edge) sx++;
293.  	    else if(isok(sx,sy-1) &&
294.  	       levl[sx][sy-1].roomno == rmno && !levl[sx][sy-1].edge) sy--;
295.  	    else if(isok(sx,sy+1) &&
296.  	       levl[sx][sy+1].roomno == rmno && !levl[sx][sy+1].edge) sx++;
297.  	    else goto shk_failed;
298.  	}
299.  	else if(sx == sroom->lx-1) sx++;
300.  	else if(sx == sroom->hx+1) sx--;
301.  	else if(sy == sroom->ly-1) sy++;
302.  	else if(sy == sroom->hy+1) sy--; else {
303.  	shk_failed:
304.  #ifdef DEBUG
305.  # ifdef WIZARD
306.  	    /* Said to happen sometimes, but I have never seen it. */
307.  	    /* Supposedly fixed by fdoor change in mklev.c */
308.  	    if(wizard) {
309.  		register int j = sroom->doorct;
310.  
311.  		pline("Where is shopdoor?");
312.  		pline("Room at (%d,%d),(%d,%d).",
313.  		      sroom->lx, sroom->ly, sroom->hx, sroom->hy);
314.  		pline("doormax=%d doorct=%d fdoor=%d",
315.  		      doorindex, sroom->doorct, sh);
316.  		while(j--) {
317.  		    pline("door [%d,%d]", doors[sh].x, doors[sh].y);
318.  		    sh++;
319.  		}
320.  		display_nhwindow(WIN_MESSAGE, FALSE);
321.  	    }
322.  # endif
323.  #endif
324.  	    return(-1);
325.  	}
326.  
327.  	if(MON_AT(sx, sy)) rloc(m_at(sx, sy)); /* insurance */
328.  
329.  	/* now initialize the shopkeeper monster structure */
330.  	if(!(shk = makemon(&mons[PM_SHOPKEEPER], sx, sy))) return(-1);
331.  	shk->isshk = shk->mpeaceful = 1;
332.  	set_malign(shk);
333.  	shk->msleep = 0;
334.  	shk->mtrapseen = ~0;	/* we know all the traps already */
335.  	ESHK(shk)->shoproom = (sroom - rooms) + ROOMOFFSET;
336.  	sroom->resident = shk;
337.  	ESHK(shk)->shoptype = sroom->rtype;
338.  	assign_level(&(ESHK(shk)->shoplevel), &u.uz);
339.  	ESHK(shk)->shd = doors[sh];
340.  	ESHK(shk)->shk.x = sx;
341.  	ESHK(shk)->shk.y = sy;
342.  	ESHK(shk)->robbed = 0L;
343.  	ESHK(shk)->credit = 0L;
344.  	ESHK(shk)->debit = 0L;
345.  	ESHK(shk)->loan = 0L;
346.  	ESHK(shk)->visitct = 0;
347.  	ESHK(shk)->following = 0;
348.  	ESHK(shk)->billct = 0;
349.  	shk->mgold = 1000L + 30L*(long)rnd(100);	/* initial capital */
350.  	if (shp->shknms == shktools) {
351.  		int who = rn2(SIZE(shktools) - 1);
352.  		const char *shname = shp->shknms[who];
353.  		if (shk->female = (*shname == '_')) shname++;
354.  		(void) strncpy(ESHK(shk)->shknam, shname, PL_NSIZ);
355.  		ESHK(shk)->shknam[PL_NSIZ-1] = 0;
356.  	} else {
357.  		shk->female = ledger_no(&u.uz)%2;
358.  		findname(ESHK(shk)->shknam, shp->shknms);
359.  	}
360.  
361.  	return(sh);
362.  }
363.  
364.  /* stock a newly-created room with objects */
365.  void
366.  stock_room(shp_indx, sroom)
367.  int shp_indx;
368.  register struct mkroom *sroom;
369.  {
370.      /*
371.       * Someday soon we'll dispatch on the shdist field of shclass to do
372.       * different placements in this routine. Currently it only supports
373.       * shop-style placement (all squares except a row nearest the first
374.       * door get objects).
375.       */
376.      register int sx, sy, sh;
377.      char buf[BUFSZ];
378.      int rmno = (sroom - rooms) + ROOMOFFSET;
379.      const struct shclass *shp = &shtypes[shp_indx];
380.  
381.      /* first, try to place a shopkeeper in the room */
382.      if ((sh = shkinit(shp, sroom)) < 0)
383.  	return;
384.  
385.      /* make sure no doorways without doors, and no */
386.      /* trapped doors, in shops.			   */
387.      sx = doors[sroom->fdoor].x;
388.      sy = doors[sroom->fdoor].y;
389.  
390.      if(levl[sx][sy].doormask == D_NODOOR) {
391.  	    levl[sx][sy].doormask = D_ISOPEN;
392.  	    newsym(sx,sy);
393.      }
394.      if(levl[sx][sy].typ == SDOOR) {
395.  	    levl[sx][sy].typ = DOOR;
396.  	    newsym(sx,sy);
397.      }
398.      if(levl[sx][sy].doormask & D_TRAPPED)
399.  	    levl[sx][sy].doormask = D_LOCKED;
400.  
401.      if(levl[sx][sy].doormask == D_LOCKED) {
402.  	    register int m = sx, n = sy;
403.  
404.  	    if(inside_shop(sx+1,sy)) m--;
405.  	    else if(inside_shop(sx-1,sy)) m++;
406.  	    if(inside_shop(sx,sy+1)) n--;
407.  	    else if(inside_shop(sx,sy-1)) n++;
408.  	    Sprintf(buf, "Closed for inventory");
409.  	    make_engr_at(m, n, buf, 0L, DUST);
410.      }
411.  
412.      for(sx = sroom->lx; sx <= sroom->hx; sx++)
413.  	for(sy = sroom->ly; sy <= sroom->hy; sy++) {
414.  	    if(sroom->irregular) {
415.  		if(levl[sx][sy].edge || levl[sx][sy].roomno != rmno ||
416.  		   distmin(sx, sy, doors[sh].x, doors[sh].y) <= 1)
417.  		    continue;
418.  	    } else if((sx == sroom->lx && doors[sh].x == sx-1) ||
419.  		      (sx == sroom->hx && doors[sh].x == sx+1) ||
420.  		      (sy == sroom->ly && doors[sh].y == sy-1) ||
421.  		      (sy == sroom->hy && doors[sh].y == sy+1)) continue;
422.  	    mkshobj_at(shp, sx, sy);
423.  	}
424.  
425.      /*
426.       * Special monster placements (if any) should go here: that way,
427.       * monsters will sit on top of objects and not the other way around.
428.       */
429.  
430.      level.flags.has_shop = 1;
431.  }
432.  
433.  #endif /* OVLB */
434.  #ifdef OVL0
435.  
436.  /* does "shop" stock this item type? */
437.  boolean
438.  saleable(shp_indx, obj)
439.  register int shp_indx;
440.  register struct	obj *obj;
441.  {
442.      register int i;
443.      register const struct shclass *shp = &shtypes[shp_indx];
444.  
445.      if (shp->symb == RANDOM_CLASS) return TRUE;
446.      else for (i = 0; i < SIZE(shtypes[0].iprobs) && shp->iprobs[i].iprob; i++)
447.  		if (shp->iprobs[i].itype < 0 ?
448.  			shp->iprobs[i].itype == - obj->otyp :
449.  			shp->iprobs[i].itype == obj->oclass) return TRUE;
450.      /* not found */
451.      return FALSE;
452.  }
453.  
454.  /* positive value: class; negative value: specific object type */
455.  int
456.  get_shop_item(type)
457.  int type;
458.  {
459.  	const struct shclass *shp = shtypes+type;
460.  	register int i,j;
461.  
462.  	/* select an appropriate object type at random */
463.  	for(j = rnd(100), i = 0; (j -= shp->iprobs[i].iprob) > 0; i++)
464.  		continue;
465.  
466.  	return shp->iprobs[i].itype;
467.  }
468.  
469.  #endif /* OVL0 */
470.  
471.  /*shknam.c*/

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