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README.md

README.md

Zebra Z-Machine Interpreter

an interpreter for the Z-machine, written in C++

by Stephen Zhang (zsteve) http://zsteve.phatcode.net/zebra.html

licensed under the GNU GPL v3 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt)

about

Zebra is still under construction, actually, debugging stages right now! Development is aiming for portability as far as PCs go (Mac/Unix, Windows, DOS). Portability to slower systems (some DOS machines, etc) is probably out of the question, due to the fact that this is made in C++ and not all machines have C++ compilers.

Support for Z-code story files will probably go up to v5 stories, without native support for pictures or sound (?)

other info

Resources used were:

  • The Z-Machine Standard v1.1 by Graham Nelson
  • Frotz source code, Stefan Jokisch
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