Category Archives: Source Control

Basternae Project Officially Abandoned

If you have any interest in working with the Basternae code as it is today, fork the repository on Github: Good luck and happy travels, Xangis

ModernMUD Source Now on Github

As dumb as the name might be, I decided to go with “ModernMUD”. The source code is available on Github under the BSD license: There’s a lot more to be done with documentation, but the XML comments are decent enough to make IntelliSense useful. I’ll probably be posting more about invidiual sections of the […]

I Am Addicted To Github

Until recently, the only code I’ve released as open source has been the Magma MUD codebase. In the process of posting the Magma source on Github, I kind of got hooked on posting code online. Since then I’ve posted the source for a handful of applications, a mix of Linux and Windows desktop apps. A […]

Visual SourceSafe 2005 Is The Worst Application Ever

First off, don’t think I’m using VSS2005 for Basternae because I’m not – I’m using Subversion. However, I am using it at work. If I had a choice what source control application we used I’d be using Subversion there too.Over the years there have been many deeply flawed software applications. Luckily market Darwinism has weeded […]