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Revision as of 14:34, 3 April 2010

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Overview

Icesphere combines the base functionality of the the Snowglobe viewer with the power of C#/Mono/.NET. It accomplishes this task with an independent REST/HTTP interface patched into the viewer, see SNOW-375. Client-side scripts and programs can then add features like accessibility functions, automated regression tests, detached editors, separate chat windows, inventory organizers, and more.

Linux binary: http://mono.dzonux.net/file/Snowglobe375/Snowglobe-i686-1.4-375.tar.bz2

Snowglobe SNOW-375 Source: http://gitweb.dzonux.net/?p=snowglobe-1.4-375.git

Icesphere binary: http://mono.dzonux.net/file/Snowglobe375/communicator.zip

To see the features in action, simple start Snowglobe-375 first and the start Icesphere.

Note: the project formerly known as MonoVida Studio and MonoVida Communicator is now known as Icesphere.

See Also