Projects / KMuddy


KMuddy is a MUD client powered by KDE. It aims to be the most powerful, fast, feature-rich and easy to use MUD client. The current version already offers many features such as powerful external scripting (which supports very many languages such as Python, Perl, Lua, and C/C++) and its own internal scripting. It has split-screen scrolling, command history, an auto-mapper, buttons, gauges, logging (both in plain text and HTML), multiple connections, regex support (on both aliases and triggers), and much more.


Recent releases

  •  20 Sep 2009 15:14

    Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It fixes several crashes and other, mostly scripting-related problems.

    •  19 Jul 2009 13:06

      Release Notes: A port to KDE4 was made. A new object system was added, with greatly enhanced functionality for aliases, triggers, and other objects, including the ability to organize them in a hierarchical structure. XML-based profile storage is supported. A mapper with auto-mapping functionality was added. A MUD list from The MUD Connector was added.

      •  15 Nov 2007 19:32

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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