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Tom Friedetzky -- Tom Friedetzky Information sites, Patches
Edited on September 24, 2002.
         Tom has made a patch available to compile SLASH'EM on Linux and other Unix platforms. On the page there is also a PostScript version of Kevin Hugo's spoilers (text and HTML versions are available on Sascha's site.) He also wrote another http://www14.in.tum.de/personen/friedetzky/nh330-dump.patch (with a detailed http://www14.in.tum.de/personen/friedetzky/nh330-dump.README) that allows you to dump character information to a file at the end of a game. (No links exist from his main page to them.)
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