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Hi,

 

I'm about to start to implement a simple testable MMO but I do not have all the design nailed down, so with that said, I'm going to approach this one by writing bits-n-pieces of code that can be wrapped by test harnesses, what that means basically I can run validation and performance testing on these pieces of code.

 

The test environment is a side scroller, the client code is taken from MelonJS ( http://melonjs.org/ ) and the server  is the one I wrote using C++, IOCP, threads.

 

What I have so far:

 

1) Client Timer: located in https://github.com/MagnusTiberius/iocphttpd/blob/master/wwwmelonJS-2.0.x/examples/platformer/js/game.js specifically, line number 110.

 

2) Server Code: located in file https://github.com/MagnusTiberius/iocphttpd/blob/master/melonjs/IocpHttpd.cpp line 85.

 

What it is currently doing:

 

1) The client timer fires and sends a post to the HTTP server. 

2) The server returns a JSON object.

 

What I'd like to do:

 

1) Setup the client so that it is able to create the world when it gets the WorldReplicate() event.

2) For each timer tick event, the client would send a post and receive a parse tree containing all the objects within the World.

3) The parse tree is decorated in part by a decorator object whose job is to decorate the nodes that have updated attributes in there.

4) For the test, I'm going to use two seconds as a tick.

 

I'd like to hear about your thoughts and suggestions. I'll start writing the WorldReplicate() event soon.

 

Thanks!

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Why aren't you using the multiplayer library WalkerRoad?

 

WalkerRoad will require a non-browser client which I don't have right now. I'm still looking for a simple 2D/3D client that can be used as an example.

 

In the meantime, I will have to use MelonJS because they provided a platformer demo which I can use and modify.

 

I also added the gamelib project in there as well, I'll be developing on that API adding the browser game environment in there. 

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