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The Grendel Project

The Grendel Project is an attempt at creating a solid, fast, and stable MUD server codebase that runs natively on Windows and Linux. Operational features include IPv6 support, a plugin architecture, enhanced scripting, copyover, and numerous other features.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  21 Apr 2004 23:46

    Release Notes: The server can now be run as a service on Windows NT/XP and as a daemon on Linux. The SMAUG area convertor was re-enabled. Generic server and console classes were added, a brand new version of the manual was added, some race conditions and memory leaks were fixed, and numerous other bugfixes were made.

    •  09 Mar 2004 03:23

      Release Notes: Numerous important bugfixes have been made. More code cleanups have been done. Preparations have been made to include the DUnit testing framework. More scripting examples have been included, and a Linux (i386) binary has been added.

      •  13 Dec 2003 01:55

        Release Notes: Cleanup to the directory structure, changes to makefiles, and various other code cleanups.

        •  10 Dec 2003 19:42

          Release Notes: This release has code cleanup, bugfixes, optimizations, integration of the JclDebug unit, custom body parts and XML format for races, and an (experimental) SOAP Web service and InterMud 3 client.

          •  08 Dec 2003 19:04

            Release Notes: A few binary files were left out of the previous release and are now included.


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