Projects / PyScrabble


PyScrabble is an online multiplayer Scrabble game. It uses the Twisted framework for event-driven, asynchronous network programming, and PyGTK for windowing.

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Recent releases

  •  19 Mar 2007 16:42

    Release Notes: This is a server-only release, so you do not have to download a new client. It includes fixes to the server to properly delete games, fixes for a variable namespace issue on the server, and fixes for an issue on the server that permitted users to login more than once.

    •  17 Mar 2007 06:17

      Release Notes: This version includes some minor bugfixes as well as some performance enhancements.

      •  21 Dec 2006 17:51

        Release Notes: This release includes a reworked communication protocol, improved Unicode support. User history, the option to be notified when new players login to the game, and individual player records were added. The game now keeps track of your record against individual players. A fix was made for RESOURCE_PREFIX in

        •  21 Nov 2006 19:23

          Release Notes: This release is a fix for the server on Windows. This is only a temporary fix for some path issues with nevow.

          •  15 Nov 2006 15:46

            Release Notes: The server now uses (and requires) ZODB as a backend for storing users, statistics, and game information. This should vastly improve the integrity and portability of the data. The server version was added to the server information. Logging was improved. HTTP proxy support was added. Adding additional hosts to the list when registering is supported. Locale handling was improved. was renamed to to avoid naming conflicts. Unicode support was improved. New German words and a Serbian translation were added.


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