8th June 1997
tkMOO-light version 0.2.62 has been released. CHANGES include fixes for the MOO commands
'@xwho' and '@browse' and a fix to prevent an error when attempting
to save preferences the first time the client had ever been used.
7th June 1997
The MOO-code implementations of the XMCP/1.1 Driver (xdr) and
XMCP/1.1 Feature Object (xfo) have been upgraded.
24th May 1997
tkMOO-light version 0.2.61 has been released. CHANGES include several bugfixes to the built-in
2nd April 1997
tkMOO-light version 0.2.60 has been released. CHANGES include several bugfixes to dabbrev (TAB
completion), editor search/replace functions, and an improved
There are also some pages about recent experiments
with maps, to help navigate round a mud, and an early look at
an experimental chat applet, which embeds
a simple Tcl chat client inside a webbrowser.
6th March 1997
tkMOO-light version 0.2.59 has been released. CHANGES include an improved Preferences Editor,
a more flexible way to control text highlighting with Triggers,
and several bugfixes to make the client more useable on Windows NT
14th February 1997
tkMOO-light version 0.2.58 has been released. CHANGES include a new Preferences Editor.
30th January 1997
tkMOO-light version 0.2.57 has been released. CHANGES include improvements to the built-in
31st December 1996
tkMOO-light version 0.2.56 has been released. CHANGES include new Worlds Definition File
directives which allow you to set the foreground and background
colours for the client's Output window and to control the fonts
used throughout the client. The client now supports dabbrevs (also
known as TAB completion).
18th December 1996
You can now keep in touch with all the latest developments by
joining the client-announce
mailing list. client-announce is a low volume
mailing list intended only as a moderated alerting service to carry
announcements of new versions of tkMOO-light and related bulletins.
Only the moderator of client-announce may send
messages to it, but if you have any comments or suggestions relating
to tkMOO-light then you can send mail to email@example.com
3rd December 1996
tkMOO-light version 0.2.55 has been released. CHANGES include a bugfix which allows per-user
options from the ~/.tkmoolightrc file to be set correctly for fonts
29th November 1996
Documentation is now available for each of the Available Directives in
the worlds.tkm file format.
28th November 1996
Added some Notes on Porting
New Objects to a MOO which help to explain some of the problems
you may face when adding XMCP/1.1 and related objects to your MOO
18th November 1996
tkMOO-light version 0.2.54 has been released. CHANGES have been made to allow you to resize the
input window which makes it easier to enter very long lines of text.
5th November 1996
tkMOO-light version 0.2.53 has been released. Several CHANGES have been made to the triggers and gags mechanism
and the online documentation has been updated accordingly.
31st October 1996
Updated documentation for triggers and gags, detailing
the commands used to interface triggers with the client's internal
routines. New information on writing to the client's main window,
writing to the server, creating tags for differently coloured text,
29th October 1996
tkMOO-light version 0.2.52 has been released.
CHANGES fix a bug that prevented XMCP/1.1 and
MacMOOse from working properly under certain conditions. If you
were having problems with Desktops, Whiteboards or the MacMOOse
Object Browser then try upgrading.
28th October 1996
tkMOO-light version 0.2.51 has been released. CHANGES include user definable triggers and gags.
The software is now subject to a LICENCE.
24th October 1996
Sun recently released new versions of Tcl and Tk with resulting
performance improvements for Macintosh users. Find
out if you should upgrade your copies of Tcl and Tk.
19th October 1996
There are now some instructions
to take you, step by step, through the process of installing XMCP/1.1
on your MOO for the first time and for creating and using your own
Desktop and Whiteboard objects.
15th October 1996
There's some information on the development of the
which allows users of Windows95 and UNIX machines to
interract with the MacMOOSE programming environment.
14th October 1996
You can control
the fonts used by the client by adding definitions to the Resoures
File that the client reads when it starts up.
13th October 1996
There's a new page giving you news
and information about projects and people who are finding uses for
the client. Details on the implementation of the XMCP/1.1 protocol have been updated.
25th September 1996
Version 0.2.50 is released, clearing up a few nasty bugs which
got past quality control. Yeah, nice concept.