Welcome to the home of WheelMUD, we continue to be a project dedicated to the creation of a Windows based MUD server built using .net framework 4.0 and C#
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posted @ Friday, June 04, 2010 8:45 AM by host
I have updated WheelMUD to the new NuGet 2.7 no-commit workflow. What this means is that we do not need to store the binaries under source control anymore. Visual Studio (and SharpDevelop) will automatically download any missing dependencies through NuGet. This article show what are the actual steps to get this done:
Using NuGet without committing packages to source control
I just installed Visual Studio 2013 on my home workstation. The first thing I always do with a new version of Visual Studio, is to load and run the WheelMUD source code. I created a copy of the Visual Studio 2012 solution file and renamed it. Here's what it looks like:
Here it is actually running:
The neat thing about this version of Visual Studio is that it did not change the format of the file. It literally left it alone. So now WheelMUD supports the following IDEs:
This website is now running on my own web servers. Took a bit longer than I expected, but I finally got it done.
I'm going to be updating DotnetNuke (the software that runs this website), to the latest versions. I have to do this in stepped upgrades. I have completed one upgrade, and will need at least another one to get the software up to date.
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