[lmud-devel] re-inventing past mistakes
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Fri Sep 24 20:01:54 UTC 2004
I've always been interested in writing a MUD in Lisp as I feel it is a
very, very good implementation language. Especially since the
programming aspect of most MUDs are often an afterthought.
Anyway, I thought you'd be interested in this paper on the exact
Also, an interestingly fresh approach is this approach:
Which although is implemented in Perl, attempts to create a
cross-language platform so that objects can be implemented in something
like say Scheme.
I'm off to check out the CVS snapshot!
Love MUDs, love Lisp,
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