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Drivers / fluffos 2.xx line
« Last post by silenus on June 24, 2017, 01:28:05 PM »
I actually have already forked the fluffos 2.xx line from quix's 2.27.2 and made some minor modifications to make it compatible with freebsd and os x. This basically involved adding back some removed code when posix timers is undefed in the driver. I will try to make some more changes to this fork tomorrow by migrating the basic build script to cmake (not the edit source though). I am curious if anyone has any other suggestions for changes to the driver if I find time to implement them on weekends. Some things I have considered include rewriting the array and mapping code to use stl and possibly the string handling to rely on std::string. I think a garbage collector would also be a nice addition (this sort of exists already in ldmud). Ideally if I get everything cleaned up and sorted out Wodan might give me permission to release a 2.28 that unlike the fluffos 3 line retains compatibility with existing muds.
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Intermud / i3 client code sample
« Last post by silenus on June 24, 2017, 01:19:38 PM »
I am thinking of writing an i3 client as an exercise to teach myself a bit about networking and C++. I was looking over the documents on wotf is this a good place to start? I assume that basically on top of a client written in lpc like the ones in gurbalib or ds I would need a mudmode parser. Otherwise I am good to go?
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General / Re: MUD documents and webpages
« Last post by silenus on June 17, 2017, 06:07:32 AM »
I have a repository that has a slightly modified fluffos 2.27.2 that restores some old code to make it possible to run fluffos on os x and freebsd. See the commit log for more details of changes.

https://github.com/cartercheng/fluffos-2
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General / Re: LPMuds.net is back!
« Last post by caelreth on June 08, 2017, 01:51:01 PM »
Probably my first post ever, despite having an account even before the Great Outage. Glad to see that it's back!
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General / Re: MUD documents and webpages
« Last post by Adam on June 08, 2017, 09:41:38 AM »
FluffOS v2: https://github.com/quixadhal/fluffos
FluffOS v3: https://github.com/fluffos/fluffos

Note: FluffOS v3 isnt older mudlib friendly
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General / Re: LPMuds.net is back!
« Last post by melkor on May 25, 2017, 09:46:15 AM »
Great news! Good to see that the forum is back! 8)
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General / Re: MUD documents and webpages
« Last post by melkor on May 25, 2017, 09:44:03 AM »
I don't know if this counts but...
https://chaosgate.angband.eu/public/LPC - my small archive of old mudlibs and drivers.
I am still keeping it for educational purposes.
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General / Re: LPMuds.net is back!
« Last post by Nilrin on May 21, 2017, 02:49:00 PM »
So glad to see the boards back! I admit I was quite curious myself.  :)
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Discworld Discussion / Re: Distlib, distlib, wherefore art thou distlib?
« Last post by quixadhal on May 21, 2017, 05:15:56 AM »
*sounds of gunfire and explosions*

Hey... *cough*  to anyone reading this...

*BOOM!*

*cough*  It's almost too late for us.  Emperor Trumpu has declared martial law, because he thought it was marital law.  The Russians used our email servers against us, and the millions of Walmarts around the country turned out to be Chinese troop staging areas.

*whistling rocket sounds, then another big explosion*

We never stood a chance.  They offered us cheap NES classic emulators on Black Friday, and cut us down like grass beneath a lawn mower.

I'm sending this message back in time, from the future!  In 2019, it's too late to do anything... but there's still ONE chance for you to stop the apocalypse!  Release a new Discworld distribution lib before Christmas, 2017!

Save the mudlib, save the world!

Oh no... Education Secretary DeVoss, Crown Prince Pence, and Emperor Trump are starting to form Dumbtron!  It look like that's the...

*end of transmission*
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Drivers / Re: FluffOS v2.27.2 (Unofficial)
« Last post by quixadhal on May 01, 2017, 12:57:55 PM »
Actually, you can see what changed via:  https://github.com/quixadhal/fluffos/commits/master

I generally force move the tag along as I commit things, so 2.27.2 should be the most recent commit, even though you'll have to check all 5 actual commits to see all the changes (including my typos, and whatnot). :)
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