void configure_object(object ob, int what, mixed data)
Sets the option <what> to the value <data> on the object <ob>
or the default for all interactives if <ob> is 0.
If the first argument <ob> is not this_object(), the privilege
violation ("configure_object", this_object(), ob, what, data)
As <what>, the following arguments are accepted:
<what> == OC_COMMANDS_ENABLED
Sets whether <ob> can use commands normally accessible to
users (1) or not (0). This also marks the object as "living".
<what> == OC_HEART_BEAT
Enables (1) or disables (0) the heart beat for <ob>. The
driver will apply the lfun heart_beat() to the <ob> every
__HEARTBEAT_INTERVAL__ seconds, if it is enabled.
A shadow over the heart_beat() lfun will be ignored.
If the heart beat is not needed for the moment, then do disable
it. This will reduce system overhead.
Note that heart_beat()s are called only if there are enabled
via configuer_driver(DC_ENABLE_HEART_BEATS), which is the
<what> == OC_EUID
Set effective uid to <data>. <data> must be a string or 0.
This call will always trigger a privilege violation check,
even if <ob> is this_object().
If strict euid usage is enforced, objects with euid 0 cannot
load or clone other objects or do any file operations.
The current values for these options can be queried using
Introduced in LDMud 3.5.0.
object_info(E), configure_interactive(E), configure_driver(E)