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    3rd party extensions in Java?

    I'm sorry if this is the millionth post about the same subject, but I couldn't find any info on it.

    So as far as I know, any 3rd party objects will not be available in Java before the SDK comes out. Any estimated time on this, will it come out this year? And, is it possible to convert all of these to Java?

    - Mooclick
    - String Parser
    - Text Blitter (not really necessary)
    - Advanced Direction Object

    I'd just like to know if I should be expecting these to be Javalized at some point, or if it's possible at all. Thanks!

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    Re: 3rd party extensions in Java?

    MOOclick no, use OiNC! It might be ported to java sometime if someone can be bothered to do it and will support the MOO protocol if someone codes it :P

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    Re: 3rd party extensions in Java?

    Well yes. Once OINC is out, that would indeed be way better

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    Re: 3rd party extensions in Java?

    It wouldn't be a very clever idea to port Moo to Java when OINC is on the horizon.

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    Re: 3rd party extensions in Java?

    why not both

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    Re: 3rd party extensions in Java?

    I know, I didn't really remember OINC when I made the post. Anyway I can and will replace MooClick with OINC as soon as it's finished and if it works in Java.

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    Re: 3rd party extensions in Java?

    I can't wait to have some sort of networking extension work with Java.
    I mean, I can make single-player web games now... but really, I've always been a multiplayer type of guy! ^_^

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    Re: 3rd party extensions in Java?

    I can't wait either I've got a complete game (well I'm adding weapons and so) just waiting to be Javalized!

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