This is the Crossfire Documents site, or the Crossfire Documentarium, or the CFDev nook, or ‘that site with the wiki and the docs’...
Our mission statement is: A dynamic website using dokuwiki technology to bring improvement to the information components of the development of Crossfire.
It isn’t really a site for players of Crossfire, although everyone is welcome to contribute information (especially lore and legends; although Guides are helpful), but for development of various documents for the game. It is hoped that this will make it easier to keep these documents updated, and easier to develop new documents to include in the game package for the benefit of all the land.
While the wiki is useful for brainstorming, archiving or listing ideas & suggestions; any and all code changes and proposals need to be sent to the discussion mailing list before implementation.
So, what’s here?
There is the Crossfire Wiki, a communal edit pad and place to kick off new documents and related type content. There is the Document repository where you can read and comment on some of the existing documentation. Finally there’s the latest Crossfire Traffic which contains information about what’s happening in the community.
Crossfire is a client-server based game.
The current version for the server is 1.60.0
The current GTK client version is 1.60.0
The Windows port for the server and maps 1.50.0.
The Windows port of the GTK client is 1.12.0
Crossfire works on: