Projects / Xmahjongg


Real Mah Jongg is a social game that originated in China thousands of years ago. Four players, named after the four winds, take tiles from a wall in turn. The best tiles are made of ivory and wood; they click pleasantly when you knock them together. Computer Solitaire Mah Jongg (xmahjongg being one of the sillier examples) is nothing like that but it's fun, or it must be, since there are like 300 shareware versions available for Windows. This one is for X11 and it's free.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Dec 2005 06:05

    Release Notes: This release is mostly a code cleanup, but it also includes some man page fixes made by Debian.

    •  13 Sep 2002 20:10

      Release Notes: This version adds some new layouts and should compile under newer versions of GCC.

      •  01 Jul 2001 07:01

        Release Notes: This release can now read KDE kmahjongg layouts and tilesets, and includes a couple of bugfixes including compilation fixes.

        •  17 May 2001 20:33

          Release Notes: This release fixes bugs that prevented compilation with new gcc compilers.

          •  03 Apr 2000 15:48

            Release Notes: This version contains a bug fix release for compiling under recent GCCs.

            Recent comments

            13 Jun 1999 06:40 bradscharf

            URL for the RedHat download of Xmahjongg
            Change the substring of the above URL from xmahjongg-3.0b8-1.i386.rpm to xmahjongg-3.0b10-1.i386.rpm and the link will work for downloading the RedHat RPM.


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