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SMM++ Mud Client

SMM++ Mud Client is a mud client with extended and unique features. Aside from all standard mud client functionality like ANSI color support, aliases, action triggers, and tab-completion, SMM++ features a highly-customizable user interface (labels, buttons, and menus) and unique and powerful mapping capabilities, and SMM++ is the only mapping crossplatform (Tcl/Tk based) mud client available.

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  •  03 May 2002 20:04

    Release Notes: Map cut/copy/pasted/fill functions have been debugged/implemented. There are click&drag rooms, support for muds without a telnet port number, new colored background images, new colored images, new commands to interact with maps, enhanced logging, scroll lock, the ability to get a selection, and new script files. The map manager code has been cleaned up: lots of historic stuff was removed, and TMapManager has been divided into child classes to have better code organisation. Many non-serious bugs have been removed. Map loading has been speed up by 25%. Colors for windows have been adjusted. The ticker has been overhauled.

    •  10 Dec 2001 05:23

      Release Notes: This version features the MCCP V1 protocol, splitted smm and smmdoc, an extended GUI, a new mud and session manager, a name creator for player names, a session counter, and new colored backgrounds. The manual is now distributed separately, and a foreground bug has been removed.

      •  04 May 2000 23:36

        Release Notes: A fix for an unpleasant bug that prevent configuration of exits.

        •  24 Feb 2000 14:07

          Release Notes: A colormager and bugfixes.

          •  12 Dec 1999 11:12

            Release Notes: Lots of major improvements; the most important ones are: speedwalk (click on the map and move automatically to a destination), automap commands, import/export maps, and low resolution display support.

            Recent comments

            02 Feb 2008 12:17 rawdmon

            Re: make {frustrations}


            > Aaaaaaaaaarrrrrrggggghhhhhh!!!

            >

            > This has _got_ to be one of the most

            > trying

            > source builds I've run across. No fault

            > of the

            > package, but this itkwish thingy and TCL

            >

            > definations not getting found.

            >

            > This is now my third day trying to get

            > all the

            > packages together and get it building...

            >

            The trick with itkwish is that newer versions include the functionality of itkwish in the wish binary. If you install tcl and itk you just have to link wish as itwish such as "ln -s wish itkwish". The wish binary will handle the itkwish functionality perfectly fine. As for other packages to install, this is detailed in the INSTALL file located in the install directory. What flavour of unix are you using?

            11 Jun 2004 13:29 Hemo

            make {frustrations}
            Aaaaaaaaaarrrrrrggggghhhhhh!!!

            This has _got_ to be one of the most trying

            source builds I've run across. No fault of the

            package, but this itkwish thingy and TCL

            definations not getting found.

            This is now my third day trying to get all the

            packages together and get it building...

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