This directory contains files related to IFP by Simon Baldwin, a
      plugin scheme aimed at allowing a single interpreter to play
          games in many different interactive fiction formats.

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ifp-1.4-1.i386.rpm           RPM archive of Linux x86 binaries for RPM-based
                             systems.

ifp-1.4-1.src.rpm            RPM archive of the source code.

ifp-1.4-core.tgz             The "unencumbered" portion of IFP. Core IFP
                             sources, without any of the supporting
                             third-party code used in Glk or interpreter
                             plugins. All GPL licensed.

ifp-1.4-linux.cpio.gz        Binary build of full IFP, for use on systems not
                             based on RPM package management. Extracted from
                             ifp-1.4-1.i386.rpm.

ifp-1.4-resources.tgz        The "rest" of IFP. All third-party source
                             packages and example games. Has varying
                             licensing.

ifp-1.4.tgz                  Full source distribution of both IFP and related
                             plugins: Xglk, Glkterm, Cheapglk, Gargoyle,
                             Gtkglk; and interpreters for Z-machine (Frotz
                             and Nitfol), Tads2 and Tads3, Hugo, Alan2 and
                             Alan3, Glulx (Glulx and Git), AGT, AdvSys,
                             Level9, Magnetic Scrolls, Adrift, and Quest.
                             Includes Gamebox application for reading IFMES
                             RDF+XML and iFiction (Treaty of Babel) catalogs.

NameLast modifiedSize

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ifp-1.4-1.i386.rpm2007-08-28 14:52 3.7M
ifp-1.4-1.src.rpm2007-08-28 14:58 13M
ifp-1.4-core.tgz2007-08-28 14:59 298K
ifp-1.4-linux.cpio.gz2007-08-28 15:01 3.7M
ifp-1.4-resources.tgz2007-08-28 15:06 13M
ifp-1.4.tgz2007-08-28 16:16 13M
Index2007-09-08 16:39 1.7K

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