PennMUSH is a MUD server that is often used for running social or role-playing games, with an extensive internal programming language. It runs on Unix systems, Windows, and MacOS.
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Release Notes: Several bugs and typos were fixed, including two crash situations in PennMUSH 1.8.3. It also adds various minor improvements. This patch is highly recommended for all users of the "development" series.
Release Notes: Several bugs and typos were fixed, including two crash situations in PennMUSH 1.8.2. This patch is highly recommended for all users of the "stable" series.
Release Notes: This is a quick patch to correct breakage of null comparisons that crept into the 1.8.2p0 release at the last minute.
Release Notes: This patchlevel fixes issues with the behavior of decompose() and mix(). The mush can now listen to ports above 32000. Corrections and updates have been made to properly support MSVC++ 6 and .Net compilers on Windows systems.
Release Notes: This release fixes two crash bugs in the server, one in setunion(), which is mortal-exploitable, and one in pcreate().