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  PROJECT REJECTED: JMudBuilder  (Read 1303 times)
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Offline Jeff

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« Posted 2005-08-13 07:31:30 »

This project aims to create a GUI editor for helping you building massive areas in a MUD.
With the editor some of the tedius tasks of settings exits, properties and other repetative
things will be elimanated.

Currently the project is nowhere near done, infact its 3 days old, here is a screenshot

https://jmudbuilder.dev.java.net/scr2_big.PNG

https://jmudbuilder.dev.java.net/scr_big.PNG

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Offline anarchotron

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2005-08-13 08:05:45 »

Heheh, I made this very thing 5 years ago.  It was working and functional for our MUD, although still missing features to make it really awesome.

It's funny I had forgotten completely about it, but it's a neat little program.  You might want to check it out. 

http://tempusmud.com/~jwatson/jCarto/

There is a tutorial up there, as well as a working compiled distro (although there is no .jar or launcher, use the sh script what comes with it to start it under cygwin/linux, or just look in the script to see the options and main class).

Heck the thing even has a nice little A* alg to draw the links between rooms.  The Exit edit panel appears nonresposive for some reason but what do you expect from a program that's sat idle for 5 years.  Oh and the source code is available too.

Enjoy!

Offline Jeff

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2005-08-20 07:59:30 »

Im afraid this project has garnered no positive votes so I am going to have to reject it.

If the owner wants to do some PR for it to try to line up some yes votes they shoudl feel to resubmit.

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