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A mudlib, short for mud library, is a library of code forming part of the technical infrastructure of a MUD.[1][2]  Though different varieties of MUD may be considered to have mudlibs,[3] the term is most often used with LPMuds.  In an LPMud, the mudlib consists of interpreted code written in the LPC language, which is interpreted on the fly by a driver.  The driver acts as a virtual machine while the mudlib acts as an operating system by defining how the world acts and controlling its processes.[4]

Publicly available LPC mudlibs include:
* CDlib
* Dead Souls
* Lima
* Sapidlib, also known at one time as the LPUniversity Mudlib
* Nightmare
* TMI

An example of a non-LPC MUD with a clearly identifiable mudlib is MUME, a DikuMUD that implements global support code in its language Mudlle.

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