Crossfire Server, Trunk  R21041
thrown_object.c
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1 /*
2  CrossFire, A Multiplayer game for X-windows
3 
4  Copyright (C) 2007 Mark Wedel & Crossfire Development Team
5  Copyright (C) 1992 Frank Tore Johansen
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23 
27 #include <global.h>
28 #include <ob_methods.h>
29 #include <ob_types.h>
30 #include <sounds.h>
31 #include <sproto.h>
32 
33 static method_ret thrown_object_type_process(ob_methods *context, object *op);
34 
41 }
42 
49 static method_ret thrown_object_type_process(ob_methods *context, object *op) {
50  if (op->map == NULL) {
51  LOG(llevError, "BUG: Thrown object had no map.\n");
52  object_remove(op);
54  return METHOD_ERROR;
55  }
56 
57  /* we need to stop thrown objects at some point. Like here. */
58  if (op->type == THROWN_OBJ) {
59  /* If the object that the THROWN_OBJ encapsulates disappears,
60  * we need to have this object go away also - otherwise, you get
61  * left over remnants on the map. Where this currently happens
62  * is if the player throws a bomb - the bomb explodes on its own,
63  * but this object sticks around. We could handle the cleanup in the
64  * bomb code, but there are potential other cases where that could happen,
65  * and it is easy enough to clean it up here.
66  */
67  if (op->inv == NULL) {
68  object_remove(op);
70  return METHOD_OK;
71  }
72  if (op->last_sp-- < 0) {
73  stop_projectile(op);
74  return METHOD_OK;
75  }
76  }
77 
78  return common_process_projectile(context, op);
79 }
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