Announcing Mojo -- HotkeyNet's eventual replacement

HotkeyNet's eventual replacement

Re: Announcing Mojo -- HotkeyNet's eventual replacement

Postby Alibaster on Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:14 am

So I branched out and I downloaded Mojo, but I guess I jumped on this bandwagon too early, or it's already been abandoned. I was very intrigued with it and wanted to see if it could worked better than HKN which I was wrong, it doesn't even add multiple pc support which is cool, But guess I jumped the gun. Is there any progress on mojo or HKN or HK2 or are they all scrap projects ? if the latter Maybe you should release the source code(s) for dedicated fans to try and pick up the pieces. I don't know many languages but I was learning c and C++ but had no directive or anything to actually build. Thanks, Happy boxing.
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Re: Announcing Mojo -- HotkeyNet's eventual replacement

Postby HotkeyNet on Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:05 am

Alibaster wrote:So I branched out and I downloaded Mojo, but I guess I jumped on this bandwagon too early, or it's already been abandoned.

The series of programs is a single project. The project is moving slowly but it's active. I work only on the most recent program in the series, which at this time is New Mojo. Right now New Mojo is a utility for DAOC players. Old Mojo and New Mojo are different programs.

The earlier programs contain code that will eventually get used in HotkeyNet's final replacement.

Mojo's website is here: http://www.mojoware.org

Mojo's forum is here: http://mojoware.org/phpBB3/index.php

Maybe you should release the source code...

Old Mojo is open source. See http://www.mojoware.org for download links.
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