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MUGS-Core - Core modules for MUGS (Multi-User Gaming Services)
# Setting up a simple MUGS-Core development environment mkdir MUGS cd MUGS git clone [email protected]:Raku-MUGS/MUGS-Core.git cd MUGS-Core zef install --deps-only --exclude="pq:ver<5>:from<native>" . raku -Ilib bin/mugs-admin create-universe
NOTE: See the top-level MUGS repo for more info.
MUGS-Core is the core of MUGS (Multi-User Gaming Services), a Raku-based platform for game service development. In other words, it is a set of basic services written in the Raku language for creating client-server and multi-user games. It abstracts away the boilerplate of managing player identities, tracking active games and sessions, sending and receiving messages and actions, and so forth.
This Proof-of-Concept release includes a WebSocket-based game server, simple admin and developer tools, and simple "games" intended primarily for testing. The game server can store data using either an internal ephemeral/test storage driver, or in SQLite databases on disk using a storage driver based on the Red ORM.
MUGS is still in its infancy, at the beginning of a long and hopefully very enjoyable journey. There is a draft roadmap for the first few major releases but I don't plan to do it all myself -- I'm looking for contributions of all sorts to help make it a reality.
Please do! :-)
In all seriousness, check out the CONTRIBUTING doc (identical in each repo) for details on how to contribute, as well as the Coding Standards doc for guidelines/standards/rules that apply to code contributions in particular.
The MUGS project has a matching GitHub org, Raku-MUGS, where you will find all related repositories and issue trackers, as well as formal meta-discussion.
More informal discussion can be found on IRC in Freenode #mugs.
Geoffrey Broadwell [email protected] (japhb on GitHub and Freenode)
Copyright 2021 Geoffrey Broadwell
MUGS is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the Artistic License 2.0.