Irmo is a generalized client-server multiplayer engine provided in the form of a library. It can be used as a base for development of multiplayer games.
|Tags||Games/Entertainment Software Development Libraries|
Release Notes: This release includes some bugfixes and portability improvements. The library now works under NetBSD and compiles under MSVC. A TeXinfo manual has been started, and API documentation for the Ruby language binding is now available. A language binding for Guile Scheme has been started.
Release Notes: A language binding for Ruby has been completed. New features of the library include subclassing of objects and complete IPv6 support. There have been major changes to improve the API, including the addition of a Reflection API.
No changes have been submitted for this release.