Due to unfortunate circumstances, I am forced to release a pure 176 OSRS base, built on Arios with netty networking. Shit happens.
I've learned a lot using this base, all the way from 155 to 177 and I would like to give a special thanks to Kris for answering my stupid questions throughout the process of understanding the protocol and other things related.
This does not mean we're not going to continue with Inferno. Inferno has hundreds of hours of work stacked on this base.
Download: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
NOTE: This is unfinished but has most of the packets & updating. Saw a good quotable comment on my thread releasing 667 cache with OSRS maps. It's useless to those who know how to use it, and useless to those who don't.
Server dcs every 15 seconds because of the last buffertype in the player updating appearance mask. Client is refactored enough for you to be able to find it.
Credits to the Arios team, Kris, trees, Klem3n & whoever else.
Is this by any means decent to learn on if you want to understand more about osrs protocol?
Sad to see this released, but it had to be done.
I would like to point out to anyone downloading this source that while it is a great learning tool and perhaps gateway into the OSRS revision, you should NOT put it into production until some serious framework issues are addressed. Great release though, I'm happy to see more using Arios
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