Comparison of MUD clients
The operating systems the MUD clients can run on.
Information about what protocols the clients support.
- A locally ran MCCP or TLS proxy server can be used by clients that do not support MCCP or TLS natively.
- Many MUD clients will be able to display Unicode characters but will have wordwrapping issues without proper support.
- WSH: Windows Script Host allows the execution of various scripting languages.
- CLI: command-line interface using redirection, not to be confused with system (C standard library)
- Many clients provide their own scripting language, sometimes in addition to another scripting language.
- Clients providing a modified version of the original TINTIN scripting language are listed as supporting TINTIN.
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