Ben's MUSHCode Unformatter
Ben's MUSHCode Unformatter is a tool to get rid of formatting
commonly found in public MUSH softcode.
Ben Jansen took some code written by Andrew Molitor,
cleaned it up, and has gotten it to compile on a number of platforms such as
Mac OS X (Carbon), Mac OS, Darwin, PPC GNU/Linux, x86 GNU/Linux, DOS, and Win95/Win98.
New in v2.0, the Mac OS X version is a Cocoa-based application. Loses portability,
but now is nice and Mac user-friendly. :-)
GameRanger provides a completely customized Macintosh-friendly environment
for players to meet worthy opponents, organize and play games, discuss
strategies, and exchange tricks and ideas.
OTChat is a personal TCP/IP chat server. NetRPG is a chat server which allows
groups of people to role-play over the net (provides you with just about every
tool and thing a role-player will need).
MUD Porting Tutorial Dan Williams has written a tutorial on
porting MUD servers to (classic) Mac OS. It includes a PDF with all the information you need,
plus CodeWarrior projects and a porting of the original DikuMUD gamma distribution.
Both applications are "tick counters" -- useful for Diku-style MUDs where time is sliced
into "ticks", and you'd like to anticipate the tick. DikuTicker is small and simple.
MuddTicker has a few extra bells and whistles.
DyerMaker DyerMaker Docs
DyerMaker is an EnvyMUD area editor written by James Gorham.
Implemented as a Perl
script, it's all command-line and not very Mac-like, but supposedly it does the job (plus
you have the full source here to edit and customize as needed).
dikued is a DikuMUD area editor, originally written to run on Unix machines. It generates
files that work with the original Gamma format, so any output would need to be tweaked
to work with other MUDs like MERC or Envy. Plus, a great deal of massaging work to the .def
files will be needed to generate any meaningful output for your particular MUD.