KMuddy Changelog

New in version 1.0.1

September 21st, 2009
  • This is a bugfix release.
  • It fixes several crashes and other, mostly scripting-related problems.

New in version 1.0 (July 20th, 2009)

  • port to KDE4
  • a new object system, which greatly enhanced functionality of aliases, triggers and other objects
  • objects (aliases, triggers, ...) can now be organized in a hierarchical group structure
  • an improved editor is provided for easy manipulation with groups and objects
  • the object editor is no longer modal - you can switch between the editor and the main KMuddy window without having to interrupt alias/trigger/... editing
  • profile information is stored in a XML-based structure. A converter is provided for importing KMuddy 1.0 profiles into KMuddy 1.0
  • a mapper is now available
  • many dialog boxes are now dockable and non-modal
  • a MUD list is now available, thanks to The MUD Connector.
  • and many bugfixes and other improvements

New in version 1.0 Pre 4 (January 4th, 2009)

  • A mapper plugin (ported from the old Kmud2 project)
  • Variable viewer plugin, that lets you see the contents of all variables defined for the active profile
  • Drag and drop support in the Object editor dialog
  • If you don't specify a profile name/password, KMuddy will no longer send out two empty lines on connect
  • Added some convenience functions - tgroupon, tgroupoff, agroupon, agroupoff # for manipulation of alias and trigger groups
  • Bugfixes in the object editor, global matching for aliases/triggers, output windows, profile settings and more

New in version 1.0 Pre 3 (December 6th, 2008)

  • The object dialog is greatly improved, has several new buttons and much better usability
  • Full support for MUDs using character sets other than latin1
  • Button support is back, using the new object system
  • Several information windows are dockable now
  • Sound support is re-enabled, it now uses Phonon

New in version 1.0 Pre 2 (September 27th, 2008)

  • port to KDE4
  • greatly improved aliases, triggers and other objects, with hierarchical group support, XML storage, scripting and more
  • a large list of existing MUDs to pick from, provided by