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CD gamedriver and mudlib

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CD gamedriver and mudlib

CD gamedriver and CD mudlib (also known as CDlib) are popular LPMud gamedriver and mudlib. The name CD comes from Chalmers Datorförening (Chalmers Computer Society), which most of the developers were members of.


  • History 1
  • Features 2
  • Notable developers 3
  • Notable CD-based MUDs 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


In late 1991, Lars Pensjö, creator of Genesis LPMud and of LPMud itself, retired from Genesis. The rest of the administration has decided to create CD as a fork from Lars's development version of LPMud, known as LPMud 3.0.[1]

Latest news:

  • 17 September 2004 - migration to svn
  • 16 May 2005 - svn repository publicly available
  • 13 June 2005 - CD.06.00 driver release


Some of the features are:

Notable developers

Notable CD-based MUDs


  1. ^  
  2. ^ Maloni, Kelly; Baker, Derek; Wice, Nathaniel (1994). Net Games. Random House / Michael Wolff & Company, Inc. p. 78.  
  3. ^ Shah, Rawn; Romine, James (1995). Playing MUDs on the Internet. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. p. 203.  
  4. ^ Shah, Rawn; Romine, James (1995). Playing MUDs on the Internet. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. p. 216.  

External links

  • driver - git repository
  • LPC tutorial - documentation
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