a server to host a multi-user domain (MUD) implemented in Python.
TZMud uses several high-quality Python libraries to handle basic functions so that it can concentrate on the actual MUD functions:
- Twisted to handle networking and event loop,
- ZODB to store the data, and
- Pyparsing to parse player input.
released on 15 February 2010
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