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// This is a small sample module.  It is intended to show a simple example 
// of a container. 
  
#include <module.h> 
inherit "module"; 
  
  
// Documentation: 
  
// The purpose of this module is to allow comments in the SPML source 
// that are invisible to average viewers, but can be seen with the 
// right magic incantation.  Fnord!  The special text is rendered in 
// the "sample" font, if available, which makes it possible for 
// someone looking at the mixed output to distinguish text that is for 
// public consumption from that which is restricted. 
  
// See also <COMMENT> which is similar, but always removes the 
// enclosed text. 
  
// If you have a section of text (with markup, if desired) that you 
// may be planning on adding later, but don't want to generally 
// activate (the pointers may not have all been done, yet) you can use 
// this.  It has other uses, too. 
  
// This is not a secure way to hide text, I would like to see a 
// version that requires authentication to turn on the "hidden" text, 
// but this simple version does not do that. 
  
// To use this in your SPML, enter the "hidden" text between a <FNORD> 
// and </FNORD>, you can include any additional markup you desire. 
// You may want to have a <P> or two to set it off, or use 
// <BLOCKQUOTE> inside.  Here's a simple example: 
  
//      The text that everyone sees. <FNORD>With some they 
//      don't.</FNORD> And then some they do. 
  
// Since the excised text may be part of a sentence flow, its removal 
// may disrupt the readability.  In this case an ALT attribute can be 
// used on the FNORD to give text for the mundanes to see.  This text 
// should not have markup (some kinds might work, but others might 
// not).  Here's an example of how that might be used: 
  
//      This server <FNORD ALT="provides">will provide, when we 
//      actually get to it,</FNORD> complete source for the ... 
  
// The way the normally hidden text is made visible is by including 
// "fnord" in the prestates (i.e. add "/(fnord)" before the "filename" 
// part of the URL). 
 
// Michael A. Patton <map@bbn.com> 
 
 
 
 
 
// First, check the 'request_id->prestate' multiset for the presence 
// of 'fnord'. If it is there, show the contents, otherwise, if there 
// is an 'alt' text, display it, if not, simply return an empty string 
 
string tag_fnord(string tag, mapping m, string q, object request_id )  
{  
  if (request_id->prestate->fnord) 
    return "<SAMP>"+q+"</SAMP>";  
  else if (m->alt) 
    return m->alt; 
  else 
    return ""; 
} 
 
 
// This function is needed in _all_ modules. The first index in the 
// resulting array is the type of the module, the second is the 'short name', 
// the third is a documentation string, the next is reserved, and the last one 
// indiceates wheter or not there can be more than one of this module 
// active in any virtual server at any time. If it is 0, there can be more 
// than one, othervise not.    This is a 'one of a kind' module, only one 
// copy of this module can be included in any virtual server at any time. 
 
array register_module() 
{ 
  return ({ MODULE_PARSER,  
            "Fnord!", 
            ("Adds an extra container tag, 'fnord' that's supposed to make " 
             "things invisible unless the \"fnord\" prestate is present."), 
            0, 1              
            }); 
} 
  
// This is nessesary functions for all MODULE_PARSER modules. 
 
mapping query_tag_callers() { return ([]); } 
mapping query_container_callers() { return (["fnord":tag_fnord,]); }