CD gamedriver and CD mudlib (also known as CDlib) are popular LPMud gamedriver and mudlib. The name CD comes from Chalmers Datorförening ( Chalmers Computer Society), which most of the developers were members of. ...more on Wikipedia about "CD gamedriver and mudlib"
The Discworld mudlib is an LPC framework (mudlib) from the Discworld MUD. ...more on Wikipedia about "Discworld Mudlib"
The Lima Mudlib is an LPC framework for building multi-user role playing games for the MudOS LPMud driver. The original authors were Zakk Girouard, Tim Hollebeek, Greg Stein, and John Viega. It is primarily supported today at Lima Bean. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lima Mudlib"
LPMud (sometimes shortened to simply "LP") is a MUD variant developed in 1989 by Lars Pensjö that separates the mud game functionality between a virtual machine (known as the driver) and world-building components in the LPC programming language (known as the mudlib). ...more on Wikipedia about "LPMud"
The Merentha Mudlib is an LPC framework for building multi-user role playing games for the MudOS LPMud driver. ...more on Wikipedia about "Merentha Mudlib"
The Nightmare Mudlib is a set of LPC programming language frameworks created by George Reese for building multi-user role playing games using the MudOS LPMud driver. When people refer to the Nightmare Mudlib, they may be referencing any one of three incarnations: ...more on Wikipedia about "Nightmare Mudlib"
The TMI Mudlib from The Mud Institute was an attempt to create a framework driven mudlib for the MudOS LPMud driver. It consisted of many contributors to MudOS as well as people who became influential in the LPMud community. When TMI began work in 1992, a mudlib was generally packaged with the both an LPMud driver and a complete world built on top of the mudlib. As a framework-driven mudlib, the goal of the TMI mudlib was to provide only examples for world objects and place the burden of building a working world on the game developers using TMI. ...more on Wikipedia about "TMI Mudlib"
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