Stimmtausch is a client for connecting to MU* servers. You can specify these in your config file, along with information used to log into them. You can run the “init” sub-command to generate a config file for you.
You may specify which worlds or servers you would like to connect to on the
command line separated by spaces. For each, Stimmtausch will first look for the
world named that in the config file, then the server named that in the config
file if no world is found. Finally, it will try to connect to that address
directly, if you specify it as “
For example, say you have a server named “furrymuck” and a world named “fm_fox”. You could connect to the world (which would be, say, the character Foxface on FurryMUCK) with:
Or you could connect to FurryMUCK with:
Finally, if you want to connect to another server entirely, you can do so with:
You can combine these at will, of course. if you have the world “spr_rudder”, you could connect to bot worlds, plus a new server, with:
st fm_fox spr_rudder mu.example.org:8889
For more help, see https://stimmtausch.com
st [flags] world-or-server [world-or-server...]
-h, --help help for st --log-level string level of detail to show in logs (can be TRACE, DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, ERROR, CRITICAL)
- st headless - Run Stimmtausch in headless mode (advanced).
- st strip-ansi - Strip ANSI color codes from a file.