GTK+/GNOME based MOO-client for UNIX.
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General Information
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This is version 2.2.0 of gnoemoe. gnoemoe is a Gnome MOO Client.

GnoeMoe is a full featured Gnome MOO (MUD Object Oriented) Client which aims at
integrating in the Gnome desktop as nice as possible adhering the Gnome
philosophy. It aims to be simple and easy to use. Some of the main features
are: Ansi, Multiworld (tabs), Builtin editor, Ruby script extensions, MCP 2.1.

Some of the features gnoemoe currently has:

Full ansi support (including blink/fastblink, crossout, double underline, faint, ...)
* Multiple worlds (tabbed)
* Internal editor
* Internal editor automatic syntax checking
* External editor support (edit with your favourite editor!)
* Automatic login, automatic reconnect
* Color schemes
* Scripting using the Ruby language
* MCP 2.1
* dns-org-mud-moo-simpleedit
* dns-com-awns-status
* dns-com-vmoo-userlist
* dns-com-vmoo-client
* dns-icecrew-nl-mcpreset
* dns-icecrew-nl-playerdb
* dns-icecrew-nl-userlist
* dns-com-awns-ping
* Logging
* Multiline input
* Notification area docking
* Triggers
* Smart autoscroll

gnoemoe is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2, see
the file 'COPYING' for more information.

The official web site is:

https://trac.luon.net/gnoemoe

You can download the latest gnoemoe tarball from the web site:

http://www.icecrew.nl/software/gnoemoe/download/gnoemoe-2.2.0.tar.gz

Installation
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gnoemoe requires:
* GTK+-2.8.x
* GtkSourceView 1.2.0
* GNOME 2.12.x libraries (including gnome-vfs, glade)
* libnotify
* Ruby
* Vte

Simple install procedure:

% gzip -cd gnoemoe-2.2.0.tar.gz | tar xvf - # unpack the sources
% cd gnoemoe-2.2.0 # change to the toplevel directory
% ./configure # run the `configure' script
% make # build gnoemoe
[ Become root if necessary ]
% make install # install gnoemoe

See the file 'INSTALL' for more detailed information.