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WinTin++ is a console MUD client, in Win32 C, designed to support MCCP (Mud Client Compression Protocol), MMCP (Mud Master Chat Protocol), and xterm 256 colors. WinTin++ is free software, released under GNU General Public License (GPL), and it can be downloaded from the GNU project web site
There are two major versions of WinTin++, the first one (1.x series) is compatible with the original MIT client, and the second one (2.x series) is compatible with the 2.x series of the MIT client. The 2.x series was released in mid-2003.
– To run WinTin++, you need to know the name of the area (or “room”) that is run by the client:
WinTin++ provides an automatic mapping feature, with a VT100 map display, to easily navigate and locate any objects in a MUD. You can see the name of the room when you type ‘p room_name’. If you need to load the room when you launch the client, you can type ‘load room_name’.
WinTin++ can be configured with associative arrays to manage large numbers of objects.
Currently, the supported associative arrays types are “raw” (for binary data), “string” (for text), “int” (for integers), “float” (for floating point values), and “variant” (for any type).
To add an associative array to WinTin++, you first need to create an object with the type, then you can use the command ‘addarray object_name array_type’.
addarray obj_name string
addarray obj_name int
addarray obj_name float
addarray obj_name variant
In this example, the client will now manage an array of objects of the type string. Each entry in the array will be named ‘obj_name’.
There are a number of command line options supported by WinTin++, some of them are described here:
The help option is a quick-look option that will show the available commands,
without actually executing any of them.
The area command will ask the client to run the specified area (or “room”). To do this, you
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It is currently possible to invoke a “KEYMACRO” when pressing a particular key. This key combination can be specified with the “-K” argument. The key combination that is used to invoke this macro is determined by the following logic:
If the “-” argument is present, use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “j” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “g” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “a” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “o” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “e” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “k” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “m” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “w” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “i” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “s” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “d” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, if the “c” argument is present, then use this as the key combination.
Otherwise, use the last key combination that is used.
If there is no last key combination, then fall back to the “e” key combination.
Note that the feature has been deprecated in WinTin++ Crack Keygen 8.0.0 onwards.
WinTin++ Free Download is implemented using the Qt 4.4.2 library. It depends on the wxWidgets 188.8.131.52 library for X11 portability. It can also be compiled as a console-only application without any dependency to the user interface (UI) libraries. WinTin++ 2022 Crack supports connection to several different MUDs. It also supports three different transport layers. WinTin++ is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2, and is released under the MIT License.
WinTin++ was originally released as a Windows 3.1 GUI application (WinTin++ 3.0), and then
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WinTin++ is a console MUD client that implements some common MUD client features (like tab-completion and working with files)
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WinTin++ is a console MUD client designed to support MCCP (Mud Client Compression Protocol), MMCP (Mud Master Chat Protocol), xterm 256 colors and most TELNET options used by MUDs. Being a console client, it works with most screen readers, and its non graphical command interface makes the client particularly screen reader / blind friendly.
Program features are support for regular expression enabled triggers, aliases, gags, highlights, substitutions, macros, timers, delayed responses, events, associative arrays, text formatting, searching the scrollback buffer, 64 bit floating point logical and arithmatic expressions, an automapper with a VT100 map display, multiple sessions, loading and parsing of files, execution of command line scripts, running command line programs within the client (such as ssh and sftp) with full scripting capabilities, splitscreen to separate client input and mud output, drawing of VT100 status bars, and tab completion on the scrollback buffer.
Note that WinTin++ is a console MUD client and can be found at mccp.kne.ee in the client section.
WinTin++ is also available as RPM from kremelkin.org and from here (mirrors are at the bottom of the list).
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WinTin++ has been designed to support multiple sessions and has been tested with one (named winstin) and three (named winstin1, winstin2, winstin3) sessions.
Each session works in a similar way to a standard MUD. The main difference is that the commands and responses are transmitted in batches rather than line by line. The following are the main features of each session:
Responses – Whenever the client receives the end of a command the current session is ended and a new session is started. This allows the client to keep up to a maximum of three active sessions, whilst keeping the session name at the top of the window. When the client is told to ‘end’, a ‘login’ command is issued to each session and all responses are sent.
Screen – The screen is used to display messages, logs and debug information. If the client does not wish to receive responses, then responses are sent to the screen rather than being displayed.
Logging – There are three logging options which can be set:
on – all responses are logged (default)
off – only end of command responses are logged
only – only end of command responses are logged
To log end of command responses, use the “end” command with the logging option set to “on”. To turn logging off, use “
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