[MUD-Dev] Collecting ideas for a MUD server... (fwd)

Greg Miller gmiller at classic-games.com
Wed Dec 22 15:18:18 New Zealand Daylight Time 1999

Rahul Sinha wrote:
> ActiveX???
> most muds run on Unix, with good reason, stay FAR away from activeX,
> unless you think your mud shoudl run on a server with the GUI in
> kernelspace...

NT4 is tolerable for mud use, and Windows 2000 has already developed a
strong reputation for stability.

As for ActiveX, it's real strength would be for applications distributed
in binary form only. It's not that useful when you have the source for
all the code involved.
Conspiracy theorists mistakenly assume others think before acting.
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