Chris, documentation on running Twisted under Windows would be an extremely valuable addition to the Twisted community. :-)
-----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Chris Hadgis Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 5:33 PM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: [Twisted-Python] Reality Servers
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A command like 'gnusto build_map x.rpl mapcopy.py' in one of the Inheritance or TRDemo directories will create 'x.rpl' which you can use with mkrealityserver. HTH.
This does help, actually.
If anyone is interested, I can write up some notes on how to get various aspects of TM working on Windows platforms.
Once I put the Inheritance and TRDemo directories in the right places, I was able to create a .spl file for both Inheritance and TRDemo. There was a problem with TRDemo - twisted.library is missing. Is this library available anywhere or has it been superseded? I ran the Inheritance module, and after going through some code to find the username and password, I was able to run this successfully. I am now able to move around in the inheritance game, but that's about it.
Again, if anyone is interested in docs for running any of this, I will be happy to produce some.
Does anyone know the status of reality servers?
I'm really enjoying playing around with all of this stuff.
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