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Currently there are two incarnations of zec: zec, and zecsh.
zec itself is a traditional script in the style of pei. While it is not as full-featured as pei, it does have the advantage of ZLE support.
zecsh is an experimental script, intended to be sourced from a running shell instance, in order to give the user the ability to intersperse normal shell constructs with Empire commands.
At this time, zecsh is considerably less stable than zec.
The Z-Shell Empire Client currently comes in two flavors. zec is a standalone script which resembles traditional Empire clients. You invoke it, execute your game actions, and exit. zecsh is an experimental add-on to your normal shell environment, allowing you to intermingle Empire commands with standard shell constructs.
The first versioned release approaches.
ZEC(6) ZEC(6) NAME zec - Z-Shell Empire Client SYNOPSIS zec [country] [representative] [host] [port] DESCRIPTION This manual page documents briefly the zec command. zec is a client for the game Empire. For more information about Empire, see the Empire website. ARGUMENTS Currently, all four a more»
zec (0.12-2) unstable; urgency=low * Bump to Standards-Version 3.9.1. * Make dependency on zsh more»
2005-11-03 Clint Adams <email@example.com> * Src/zec: make prodflow output a bit easier to read. more»
zec was written by Clint Adams.
This package was put together by Clint Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org> Source can currently be obtained from more»