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Title: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: Adam on November 05, 2017, 06:55:50 PM
I'm curious to know what M.U.D clients you guys are using and why? features you like, its free, etc?
Title: Re: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: Adam on November 05, 2017, 06:56:17 PM
Im using CMUDv3
Title: Re: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: silenus on November 06, 2017, 12:30:49 PM
Strangely for a mudder I don't use a client. Perhaps because I mostly do coding now and mostly use git to push code to github so I don't really need one.
Title: Re: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: kriton on November 10, 2017, 07:17:47 AM
I used Pueblo for a while back in the day but I always came back to plain 'ol telnet (Linux client). 

I think this is one reasons MUDs have languished a bit though (at least for me). 

I am writing a new MUD written in NodeJS (websockets + html goodness).  It is very LP-inspired, though (hot updates, online content creation and decent editor [Microsoft monaco], efun names and applies similar to MudOS/FluffOS, etc).  I'll publish it on github or elsewhere when it's a bit more usable (I briefly connected it to Intermud3 as "Emerald MUD Beta").
Title: Re: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: silenus on November 15, 2017, 01:28:26 PM
I am actually interested in developing a mud platform in some language but don't have the patience to fill in some of the more gaming side details. Because of this I have been contributing a little bit to Fluffos-3 instead. Node.js was one of my possible platforms and I am a bit curious how this system of yours works and whether I could contribute to it as well.
Title: Re: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: skout23 on November 15, 2017, 10:58:42 PM
tmux & tintin++
Title: Re: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: kriton on November 16, 2017, 05:05:53 AM
I am actually interested in developing a mud platform in some language but don't have the patience to fill in some of the more gaming side details. Because of this I have been contributing a little bit to Fluffos-3 instead. Node.js was one of my possible platforms and I am a bit curious how this system of yours works and whether I could contribute to it as well.

I could open the project up for development once I am happy with the core functionality (and after tidying up a bit) and the client state (still debating on whether to make it mobile friendly, too--its currently geared towards desktop).  The last time I shared out a project it was on Google's source control but that seems so yesterday.  Is github a good platform?

Title: Re: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: kriton on November 16, 2017, 05:30:26 AM

The file layout should be pretty intuitive for anyone familiar with Nightmare, DS, etc...
Title: Re: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: silenus on November 16, 2017, 07:50:22 AM
I am not a very experienced developer but I find a lot of projects use github. I think both fluffos and dgd do as well.
Title: Re: Popular Mud Clients?
Post by: kriton on November 20, 2017, 03:26:46 AM

Getting closer to release time... I am almost done with the Wizard Shell tools (File Explorer and Editor Modules forthe Web Client).