TICS — TinyMU* Core Server





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The current release of TICS is 0.1.0, released on April 26, 2002. Please note that this is a pre-1.0 release, and as such, it should not be expected to have complete functionality yet.

The doxygen documentation for TICS is browsable online. You can also visit our SourceForge project page, or browse the TICS CVS repository.

What is TICS?

TICS stands for the TinyMU* Core Server. This package, written in C++, is intended to be capable of emulating the majority of popular MU* servers, as well as running in a native mode. The primary internal language is partially derived from a Common Lisp base, with a number of extensions to support network connections, persistant objects, and other MU*-related items.