These commands, similar to those in tintin, help keep track of sequences of directions between two locations on a mud. When mapping is enabled with /mark, all mud movement commands (n, s, e, w, ne, sw, nw, se, u, d) that you type are recorded in the "current path".
/mark clears the current path and starts recording your movement.
/unmark disables map recording (but does not clear the current path).
/path prints the current recorded path.
/revert "undoes" the last movement by deleting it from the path and executing the opposite movement command. (This was called "/return" prior to version 4.0).
/map adds dir to the current path as if you had actually gone in that direction.
/unpath deletes the last movement from the path (but does not move you to your previous position)
named name that will execute the movements in
the currently defined path. (To save this
macro to a file, use
[-a] file name").
executes a path. Path must be a space-separated list
of movement commands with optional repeat counts. For example,
/dopath 10 n e d 2 w"
will execute "n" 10 times, "e" once, "d" once, and "w" twice.
See: /require, speedwalk