A year and a half ago I looked into writing a stand-alone tutorial type
thing for Windows.  I planned out most of what I would have to do-- it
would have looked like a netrek window, but would run its own internal
"server" at the same time.  Anyways, in the end, it looked like it
would've taken some time, but not been terribly difficult, as most of the
code just needs translated from relevant code already written.

Alas, my physics professors don't understand the concept of free time, so
I never wrote it.

Someone with some ambition and a lot of time should find it fairly easy to
implement this.

dotman at udel.edu

On Tue, 8 May 2001, James Cameron wrote:

> I agree, this should be done.  Last time I looked into it, I tried an
> old version of Cygwin to do the port.  I got stuck (again) on the
> inheritance of open socket file descriptors during a fork().  Anyone
> know if that is fixed yet?
> --
> James Cameron    mailto:quozl at us.netrek.org     http://quozl.netrek.org/
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