Mutt™ is a text-based MUD client for Windows systems. It was written by Bob Free in 1994 as the first scriptable Windows-based MUD client.
This should not be confused with Mutt, an open source e-mail client that was released a year later bearing the same name.
Like most other MUD clients, Mutt™ supports triggers, and scriptable actions.
What makes Mutt™ notable is the fact that it fits in a 32K binary footprint, and that it supported multi-threading in Windows 3.1, before Microsoft provided threading support in it's 16-bit operating systems.
Mutt™ supports a C-like scripting language called MUTTER™ that allows users to automatically respond to trigger events occuring on a connected MUD.
3rd Party Add-ons Edit
Kynn Bartlett has provided TinyMUTT utilities for TinyMUSH and FurryMuck MUDs.
Etienne Varloot has provided MUTT™ Compagnion to provide macro aliasing.
Pete McVay has provided a MUTT™ WinHelp file.
- Official MUTT™ website
- MUTTER™ Documentation
- MUTT™ Reviews
- MUD Client Comparisons
- FAQs.ORG MUD FAQ
- MUD Connect's MUD FAQ
- Living Internet's MUD Client List
- TuCows Software Announcements
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