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Mud Magic Mud Client

MudMagic Mud Client is a GTK/GNOME multi-platform MUD client. It provides aliases, triggers, multiple connections, plugins, MCCP, ZMP, MSP, tabbed sessions, ANSI color, and a game list that can be updated from mudmagic.com. It is configurable on a per-session basis. Plugins include an automapper, database, and note pad.

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  •  04 Sep 2006 22:55

    Release Notes: This release focuses on the user interface and connectivity. Proxy support has been added, and a detailed connection wizard now contains all games in the mudmagic list database. An import and export feature allows you to remotely store your aliases, triggers, and macros.

    •  02 Feb 2006 07:19

      Release Notes: The source code was cleaned up, user interface improvements were made, and support for themes and module addons was added. A recorder and scripting were also implemented. Extensive library bundling was provided for all Linux distributions. autoconf is used to extract and use the bundled libraries.

      •  11 Aug 2005 18:48

        Release Notes: This release adds MXP support (clickable links, image usage, sound/volume control, and basic HTML tag incorporation). It provides Alias/Trigger command input, and bundles all needed libraries with the source distribution to allow for compiling on any linux OS running GTK. A few minor Windows-related bugs have been fixed. Gamelist download has been compressed for faster downloading. /set and /get variable support have been added for command line input.

        •  23 May 2005 05:46

          Release Notes: A snazzy intro screen was created, configuration settings for text input were installed, and mouse wheel support is now available in scrollback. Python is now shipped with the Windows version to provide a one-package installation process. SqlLite was removed from the primary source. Code cleanups were made.

          •  25 Jan 2005 07:04

            Release Notes: The scrollback feature is now more user friendly, popup windows default to a reasonable size, and the help window can be maximized and minimized. A ';' now splits commands, while ';;' sends one ';'. ';' expansion can now also be disabled. The ANSI background color code was fixed, some less frequently used ANSI codes were added, the default font was changed to monospace 12, NAWS subnegotiation was fixed, and a new version control system was introduced. The Windows packaging system was rewritten and COMPILE.WINDOWS was updated.

            Recent comments

            21 May 2005 11:08 kyndig

            Re: Dependency


            > "MudMagic requires sqlite

            > www.sqlite.org to run."

            >

            > Er so why isn't it in the list of

            > dependencies? I don't WANT to install

            > any other crap.

            >

            Welp, I took your post to heart and stripped SQLLite from the primary source code. Now only the plugins require sql-lite, and version 1.7 _should_ have it stripped out completely. I got a little tired of trying to keep up with the development pace of sqllite, and will be using standard XML for the db handling.

            I've packaged 1.6 rpm version with the plugins and have not yet tested it out without a system running sql-lite on it. Should 1.6 fail to run, doing the standard: ./configure , make, make install will have the client up and running in no time without the plugin support.

            The windoze version of 1.6 comes with the sqllite dll, so there is no issue there.

            Let me know of any other issues,

            Thanks,

            Kyndig

            28 Feb 2005 18:42 spiritlover

            Dependency
            "MudMagic requires sqlite www.sqlite.org to run."

            Er so why isn't it in the list of dependencies? I don't WANT to install any other crap.

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