[Tutor] Python saves the day?

Joseph J. Strout joe@strout.net
Tue, 16 Nov 1999 14:41:34 -0800

At 5:23 PM -0500 11/16/99, PaulODavis@aol.com wrote:

>source code (It's AI code for a game) written in C++. My intrepid programmer
>decided that Visual Basic was the desired front-end to bring this to the web.
>  Sadly, he was mistaken. Now we have almost finished graphics and still seek
>a front-end solution.

What does it mean to "bring this to the web"?  Are you talking about 
a CGI interface (i.e., users play directly over the web), or 
something people download and run, or what?

FWIW, I tinkered a bit with Python-based CGI games.  If anybody's 
interested, let me know and I'll give you the URL (don't want to post 
it publicly and overload my server!).

-- Joe

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