15-Jun-05 (Happy Birthday, Elly!)
What is it?
As described in my blog, "it's what you've been waiting for - a whole virtual world in your pocket!"
It's LambdaMOO, compiled for the Sharp Zaurus. Run it in the background, telnet to it and interact with it. I have compiled two versions: single-user and multi-user. It runs on port 17777 by default. See the main LambdaMOO docs for hints on usage - warning: it's really complicated and extremely versatile - and fun!
Binary .tar.gz package
(This contains two files - md5sums follow:
24c267b25ee640240fe752fee0340307 binaries/moo a41b592ce842376518b00be4865afe87 binaries/moo.single)
(Corrected an invalid URL here - the LambdaMOO IPK should be retrievable
lambdamoo_1_8_1_arm.ipk (installs to /home/QtPalmtop/lambdamoo with symlinks in /home/QtPalmtop/bin; doesn't contain databases, which you can get from the FTP site)
Source code tarball
My local copy of the LambdaMOO Programmers' Manual
This package is provided without support or warranty, although you are free to email me (brooknet (at) imap (dot) cc) if you wish to discuss it. My comments and changes to the source can be found in the ipk.
Thanks to Anton Maslovsky (implementor of Cacko), the folks at pdaxrom.org for the SDK and anyone else who is involved in development of apps for the Zaurus - oh, and thanks to everyone else for their interest in this package!
Alex Landa (email to brooknet <at> imap <dot> cc - please anti- obfuscate the email address as appropriate)