RPG Maker XP Online System
Type: Multiplayer Online System
Key Term: Misc System
This system features a set of scripts that are used in RPG Maker XP (client scripts) and another set that require Ruby itself (server scripts). Using this system allows to create multiplayer online games with RPG Maker XP.
Note that this is merely a very powerful tool. It is up to you to make your game awesome using this tool.
This work is licensed under BSD License 2.0:
QuoteCopyright (c) Boris "Blizzard" Mikić
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
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3. Neither the name of the copyright holder nor the names of its contributors
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You may use this script for both non-commercial and commercial products without limitations as long as you fulfill the conditions presented by the above license. The "complete" way to give credit is to include the license somewhere in your product (e.g. in the credits screen), but a "simple" way is also acceptable. The "simple" way to give credit is as follows:
QuoteRPG Maker XP Online System licensed under BSD License 2.0, Copyright (c) Boris "Blizzard" Mikić
Alternatively, if your font doesn't support diacritic characters, you may use this variant:
QuoteRPG Maker XP Online System licensed under BSD License 2.0, Copyright (c) Boris "Blizzard" Mikic
In general other similar variants are allowed as long as it is clear who the creator is (e.g. "RMX-OS created by Blizzard" is acceptable). But if possible, prefer to use one of the two variants listed above.
If you fail to give credit and/or claim that this work was created by you, this may result in legal action and/or payment of damages even though this work is free of charge to use normally.
The features are listed in the Manual chapter 1.1. for convenience.
Included in the demo.
The instructions can be found in the User Manual.
CompatibilityIt is recommended not to use RMX-OS with SDK.
Generally RMX-OS is over 95% compatible with SDK 1.x and over 90% compatible with SDK 2.x, but due to unexpected behavior you are running risk of bugs and save data corruption. Carefully decide if you want to use SDK in your project.
Incompatible with the RGSS100J.dll. RMX-OS was coded to be compatible and extensible so most scripts should work normally with RMX-OS. Scripts that require a server extension (i.e. an ABS) might need additional extensions for any script specific (i.e. battle related) enhancements (i.e. special skill processings from Tons of Add-ons). Using a generic Anti-Lag system with RMX-OS might conceptually not be a good idea, because of online interaction between characters. Make sure your Anti-Lag system can work with RMX-OS properly without causing problems.
Credits and Thanks
If you have problems opening the .chm manual file, please read this article: http://blogs.technet.com/seanearp/archive/2007/05/28/can-t-read-chm-compiled-help-on-vista-xp-2003.aspx
The solution is at the bottom, you don't need to read the whole article.
If you find any bugs, please report them here:http://forum.chaos-project.com
That's it! N-Joy! =D