PyGCS 1.3.2 Jeff Blaine - July 10th 1999, 12:03 EST
PyGCS is a very stripped down MUD-like chat-server written entirely in Python. It has a single "room" and no large database to keep in memory and on disk. PyGCS has no embedded programming language. PyGCS is ideally meant to be a small multi-user real-time chat system for people who have a need to talk to more than one person at a time online. It fits somewhere in between the setup IRC uses (no walking between rooms so to speak) and the MUCK/MUSH/MOO style of server.
Changes: Fixed a 'command stacking MUD client' bug which would crash the server. Tested code with newly released Python 1.5.2. Indented code to adhere to Python Style Guide for users wanting to use the source as a starting point. Two other tiny code cleanups.
Download: ftp://ftp.shore.net/members2/j/jblaine/Source/pygcs-1.3.2.tar.gz Homepage: http://www.shore.net/%7Ejblaine/code-GCS.html Changelog: http://www.shore.net/%7Ejblaine/PyGCS_ChangeLog.txt
Author: Jeff Blaine License: BSD type Category: Daemons/MUD Depends on: Python 1.5 or higher
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<P><A HREF="http://www.shore.net/~jblaine/code-GCS.html">PyGCS 1.3.2</A> - stripped down MUD-like chat-server written entirely in Python. (10-Jul-99)