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Lib Discussion => Lima Lounge => Topic started by: quixadhal on March 15, 2012, 05:40:18 pm

Title: Unofficial, unauthorized, unwarranted github release
Post by: quixadhal on March 15, 2012, 05:40:18 pm
Hey guys,

Since I've recently been playing with github and dead souls, I figured I'd go dig out my old archive of the lima mudlib (which is much smaller) and give that the same treatement.

So, I've put up a git repository of the lima mudlib, from the oldest official release I could find (0.9r1) up through the last release (1.0b5), Cratylus's modifications to bring it into the FluffOS era (fluffos_v1), and then I updated the driver to the current 2.23 version with a few tweaks to add default values for the new symbols it wants (fluffos_v2).

Use, abuse, whatever... you can download a zip or tarball via github itself, or browse the tree, or clone the repository using git.  However you like.
Title: Re: Unofficial, unauthorized, unwarranted github release
Post by: Holyavenger on July 22, 2013, 08:41:30 pm
Hey guys,

Since I've recently been playing with github and dead souls, I figured I'd go dig out my old archive of the lima mudlib (which is much smaller) and give that the same treatement.

So, I've put up a git repository of the lima mudlib, from the oldest official release I could find (0.9r1) up through the last release (1.0b5), Cratylus's modifications to bring it into the FluffOS era (fluffos_v1), and then I updated the driver to the current 2.23 version with a few tweaks to add default values for the new symbols it wants (fluffos_v2).

Use, abuse, whatever... you can download a zip or tarball via github itself, or browse the tree, or clone the repository using git.  However you like.

That's really cool 09r1 was the one were everything wasn't Over modulized I can't wait to try it