This has been all filled up! Thank you for the folks who asked.
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@Lithium Diku and Circle are both written in C and neither of them use MUX softcode that I know of. If you wanted to make a more traditional MUX, I probably wouldn't say anything, but with your desire for a highly coded game, evennia is very much a better choice if you don't know C.
I have no idea what this report has been about. I rather assumed at first it was a sarcastic response to a spam post that got deleted. I even went there and it looked like a parked address at first glance.
I would petition you to add +watch to this framework, for two reasons: 1) +watch is effectively +who, but constrained to a specific list; 2) when using +who and +where, it can be very useful to see people you're watching for be highlighted.
I wouldn't want to ruffle feathers and it sounds like asking those running Tenebrae would do that. If @Ashen-Shugar would like to give me a copy, that would be great.
How soon would you need something like this?
The reason I'm asking is I can of course get you a copy, though it's pretty tied into Rhost, but -may- work with PennMUSH as well. Due to the regexp requirements, MUX or TM3 are right out. Not without either some significant rewriting of the softcode (which I wouldn't suggest on an enemy as Dahan softcode is... something that requires consistent and significant amounts of Absinthe) or requiring dropping in the missing regexp functions into the hardcode of the codebases. So using Rhost (or likely Penn) shouldn't be an issue, but it needed to be put out there.
The second issue is, frankly, as it stands right now Dahan code is at best 3/4ths cooked. The workbench has missing features, the space system is a danging incomplete void, it's horribly documented, and sections should frankly be a rewrite. You can likely pull SAGA like was suggested, but I wouldn't be the one who did it :)
The other option is wait for SW:DoD to finish their rewrite of the Dahan code. Ysalamir is currently reworking the system, finishing up the space system, reworking a lot of the dangling WTF points, and making the documentation a bit cleaner. And when finished Ysalamir fully intends to release all the systems openly and publicly (at least as he told me). I'm thinking it may be done in 6ish months, but you'd need to reach out to Ysalamir on this as he holds the schedule on this and I do not.
So, end story, it is available. There's not any 'installer' per say which makes it more difficult and likely the one Ysalamir will be providing will be a fully featured installer.
So if you want the Dahan code now, I'll have to clean it up, so it'd likely take me a few weeks as I try to build around it a lame-ass jury-rigged installer.
Let me know your time schedule and if you want to move forward with this and I can look to make it happen.