Client Object

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This article describes a future concept. It may still have some open issues and it was not decided, yet, whether to implement it in this way.


  • Instead of having custom client objects in a per application basis define one that can be enhanced via plugins.
  • Specify Client Object implementation on ini file


  • Not all applications need existing attributes like x and y
    • Those should be handled via plugins
  • Standardize approach

Example Implementation

Client Object


I am strongly opposing putting such game specific attributes and logic into Marauroa. It might be a good idea to create a set of libraries that can help developing certain types of games by providing functionality that is typically used by a game of the respective type. But Marauroa should focus on client/server communication and database persistence. Marauroa does not even know about x and y as your wrongly claimed although most games have coordinates. So adding even more things such as grumpy, buddies, ignore in your code is out of scope for Marauroa. --Hendrik Brummermann 18:07, 14 May 2011 (CEST)

I'm not saying that my example is the way to go, I'm saying it should be extensible enough. I use interfaces and define the client object at runtime loading by reflections like other objects are (i.e. world implementation). The same should be available for the client object.--Javydreamercsw 22:17, 27 September 2011 (CEST)