ADL

Adventure Definition Language
ADL (Adventure Definition Language) is a superset, with greatly enhanced capabilities, of an older language named DDL. DDL was originally written in 1981 by Michael Urban, Chris Kostanick, Michael Stein, Bruce Adler, and Warren Usui, all of the UCLA Computer Club. For documentation, consult the ADL Programmer's Reference (which may be obtained by sending a self-addressed 9x12 manila envelope and $1.00 to cover postage to the above USMAIL address).

This directory contains the following files and subdirectories:

    adlcomp            --    sources for adlcomp
    adlrun            --    sources for adlrun
    include            --    include files for ADL
    man            --    Man pages for ADL
    misc            --    sources for adldebug and adltouch
    samples            --    some sample ADL specifications
    util            --    utility routines for ADL

In order to make the executable programs, simply type "make" in this directory.

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