The code here is in the form of scripts, which are basically pasted into your telnet client. They will recreate the verbs and objects. However, they may need a bit of editing first, so check the comments at the top before running them. They also need to be executed with wizard permissions, so you may want to check them first! I'm vaguely planning an @outputdata and @inputdata verb to automate this, but probably won't get anywhere.
I wrote this because I kept forgetting object numbers. It very simply outputs a list of object numbers, name, and owner, sorted by number. So, @cat 0 50 does this for all objects between #0 and #50. It's a single verb defined on the generic programmer, and the dump file doesn't need any editing. You can get the script here.
Out-of-band commands are incredibly useful for communicating smart clients. (I use TinyFugue.) Unfortunately, the way it's handled is a little on the primitive side... so I wrote this. This is used by most of the things below.
Does anyone out there actually like the built in editor? No? Then why use it? If your client has the ability to farm out to an external program, like, say, pico, then why not use it? This uses the clientfeatures system, as implemented by the OOB Command Handler mentioned above, and adds a verb to the generic editor, ledit, that edits the current file in the editor of your choice.