The mudpy project aims to create a simple, generic, cross-platform, freely-redistributable MUD core engine which can be easily understood and extended. It is written in pure Python (currently compatible with 2.5 and later 2.x versions) and has no prerequisite dependencies beyond Python and its built-in modules. All configuration and data are stored in consistently-formatted plain text files for ease of administration. The core engine is unicode-clean internally and supports UTF-8 encoding for input and output of extended text characters.

The mudpy program and sample content are released under a free and open license, and any bug reports, criticisms, ideas, patches, content submissions or other offers of collaboration are wholeheartedly welcome.

For additional information, review the other documentation files distributed with the software, or visit:

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