I'm working on an early prototype for a 3d Mume MUD client that is built in Unity3D and connects through telnet.
However, the client requires access to a cross domain policy file on the Mume server in order to pass the web player's security restrictions.
Can someone point me to the cross domain policy file on the Mume servers if it exists? If not, why not consider creating one? It's as simple as uploading a crossdomain.xml file to the root of the web server. Having done so, any security restricted platform such as Flash and Unity will be able to connect to mume.
What's needed is an xml file named crossdomain.xml saved in the root of the server (mume.org/crossdomain.xml) with the contents:
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<?xml version="1.0"?> <cross-domain-policy> <allow-access-from domain="*"/> </cross-domain-policy>
A little about me: I'm an indie game developer that has dabbled in a little Mume. I'd love to work on a fun client for this mud in my free time. Cheers :)