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System Name: octopus
Name: Octopus Project
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This project is not part of the GNU Project.

The aim of Octopus is to create a portable, polymorph, interactivity place.
The chosen architecture is plugins-oriented.

The main property we'll keep in mind is that any part of the program should be added/removed/replaced without disturbing the rest of the system.
Planned applications for the server include for now a chat server (which was the actual first idea) and a little Diplomacy-like online game.

We will use standard C++ to write the core application, as well as the experimental plugins, with respect of POSIX specifications

Registration Date: Thu Jan 23 20:15:55 2003
License: GNU General Public License v2 or later
Development Status: 5 - Production/Stable

 

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Octopus to Qt4
     posted by Sigma, Sat Mar 5 13:54:00 2005 - 0 replies

The current CVS compiles (only) with Qt4

Octopus stable
     posted by Sigma, Thu Jan 20 14:32:38 2005 - 0 replies

well, since the server runs for nearly 1 year without experiencing a single crash, I assume it is stable :-)

Beta 1
     posted by Sigma, Mon May 26 20:28:39 2003 - 0 replies

Here it is, octopus enters beta stage. Features are now frozen until stable release 2.0
cvs tag : r2_0-beta1

"<Mtp> " usage in sources becomes deprecated
     posted by azuriel, Tue Apr 29 06:19:10 2003 - 1 reply

All projects are concerned and I will do the job.
New functions are created for this :
serverSend
serverBroadcast
etc..

These functions format the "directly from server" messages (in fact, for the moment, they add "<Mtp> " in front of the message argument).


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