Yogurt-0.4.1: A MUD client library



Sessions are used by Yogurt's standalone executable yogurt; see package Yogurt-Standalone on hackage.

Every Yogurt file loaded by yogurt should define a value of type Session. For future compatibility, such a session is best defined using session as starting value:

 import Network.Yogurt

 newmoon :: Session
 newmoon = session
   { hostName   = "eclipse.cs.pdx.edu"
   , portNumber = 7680
   , mudProgram = \reload -> do
       mkCommand "reload" reload

A module is free to define multiple sessions, in which case you will have to tell yogurt which session to load.



data Session Source

Describes a MUD session.




hostName :: String

The hostname to connect to.

portNumber :: Int

The port to connect to.

mudProgram :: Reload -> Mud ()

The initial program to run. The Reload argument provides a way to reload the plugin without interrupting the MUD connection.


type Reload = Mud ()Source

When executed, reloads the session from disk without interrupting the MUD connection. If the reloaded session contains no errors, all hooks are uninstalled before the reloaded program is executed. Timers are not stopped and previous variables will still be reachable if you hang on to their handles.

session :: SessionSource

Starting value for sessions. The default mudProgram is return (). There are no default values for hostName and portNumber.