mudFTP 2.3 available - including Circle patches

From: Erwin S. Andreasen (erwin@ANDREASEN.COM)
Date: 09/22/98

Thanks to George Greer, this new version of mudFTP includes a support for
Circle (patch level 14).

A release of mudFTP 2.3 is now available from:

mudFTP is protocol for text file transfer between the MUD and the users.
It allows you to edit e.g. room descriptions, mobprogs, notes etc. locally
- using your favorite text editor. Whatever is edited using the standard
OLC string editor will, if you have mudFTP enabled, be sent to your mudFTP
client and then that client will start up your favorite editor.

This is the second public release of mudFTP. A number of MUDs have already
installed it and are running it happily. mudFTP has been in constant use
at Abandoned Reality for over a year.

Currently there are server patches available for Envy, Mythran, ROM, ROT
and Circle. Even if you do not have one of these, there is a verbose
annotated patch that explains every change required.

The mudFTP client runs on any UNIX, Win32 as well as any Java-capable
(1.1+) platform. Volunteers to port to other types of servers and client
platforms are welcome - there is nothing Diku-specific about the server
requirements (in fact, it was easily ported to the ColdC/MinimalCore
server), and the protocol is precisely documented. A Macintosh client port
would be especially nice

Get all the files and further information is available from:

Changes since 2.2:
* Circle support by George Greer
* Solaris client compatibility fixes by Cath Allen

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