The XML mode is a client mode, an alternative to the default VT100 mode, that special clients can use.
<prompt>...</prompt> : MUME prompt <room>...</room> : room section <name>...</name> : room name (or message that you cannot see it) <description>...</description> : room description <terrain>...</terrain> : room terrain information <magic>...</magic> : magic info (portal, detect magic, watched) <exits>...</exits> : exits (autoexits or manual command) <movement dir=direction/> : movement in given direction <movement/> : movement in unknown/inapplicable direction <tell>...</tell> : tell <say>...</say> : say <narrate>...</narrate> : narrate <song>...</song> : song <pray>...</pray> : pray <shout>...</shout> : shout <yell>...</yell> : yell <emote>...</emote> : emote <hit>...</hit> : hit (given) <damage>...</damage> : damage (recieved) <weather>...</weather> : weather message <enemy>...</enemy> : an enemy player <header>...</header> : a header <status>...</status> : a status value <highlight type=...>...</highlight> : text highlit in the style of type (one of the other tag names; type can be absent and the tag should be ignored in that case) <familiar>...</familiar> : seen by a familiar <snoop symbol=...>...</snoop> : seen by snooping someone else <xml>...</xml> : sent when en-/disabling XML mode
You can enable or disable XML mode with "change xml" or by sending
"<MPI>X1\n<state>\n" where <MPI> is the MUME Protocol Initiator "~$#E" and
<state> is "0" to disable or "1" to enable XML mode. "2" and "3"
disables/enables XML mode without sending any <xml> or </xml> tag.
There will be more, and all of the above is subject to change.
This page was automatically generated on Sat May 12 09:57:01 2018