Webstart is now the recommended way to download and use JamochaMUD unless you really know what you're doing.
Using Java Webstart you can click on this link and automatically download, install and use JamochaMUD. In addition to being so simple, Webstart will take care of locating and downloading JamochaMUD updates when they become available!
These JamochaMUD installers are not directly supported any more and could be incredibly out of date. Instead of these installers I recommend using the JamochaMUD Webstart.
Coming soon: For OS/2 users, a script will be included in the normal .zip and .tar.gz versions of the bytecode that should build a WarpIN package for you.
To make things a little easier for developers, we've now made all the JamochaMUD GUI classes available as a separate jar-file. You can now include this jar-file in your own code to make use of items such as the JMSwingText and JMappedComboBox classes.
Click here to download the gui.jar
If you want to have the latest, greatest JamochaMUD source code you can access it via CVS on Sourceforge. Detailed CVS instructions can be found on the JamochaMUD project page under the "Code" heading.
If you have any problems downloading, installing, or using JamochaMUD, please feel free to check the bugtracker and submit a note with your concerns. Every bit of feedback helps to make JamochaMUD a better MU* client!
NOTE: When downloading these packages, there will almost always been two packages with the same dates, but different extensions (.zip or .tar.gz). Rest assured that both of these packages contain the same files, they're just packaged the two different ways for your own personal unzipping/untarring pleasure.
Want to write a plugin for JamochaMUD? Well then... lets look over here for the proper documentation to get you on your way!
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