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Developer Jesse McGrew
Format Z-code
Interaction style
Systems Windows, macOS, Linux
System details
Latest version 0.9 / 11 Aug 2019
Status Stable
Uses interpreter

Notes A set of tools for working with the ZIL interactive fiction language, including a compiler, assembler, disassembler, and game library.
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ZILF is an open-source ZIL compiler, Z-machine assembler, world model, and related tools written by Jesse McGrew. ZILF has been said to stand for either Zork Implementation Language of the Future or The ZIL Implementation You Really, Really Like. It is written in C#, and runs under Windows, or under MacOS or Linux using Mono.* It takes ZIL source code and compiles it into Z-machine assembly code, which is then passed to ZAPF to make the final Z-code story file.

* Note: Zilf 0.9 does not require Mono for use with Linux. (Including RPi 4 64 bit Raspbian)

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