The BZFlag Server GUI is an alternative interface for the BZFlag standalone server, BZFS.EXE. BZFlag is a popular, open-source BattleZone type game. The BZFS GUI presents all available command-line options for BZFS in an intuitive graphical interface, as well as allowing you to create DOS batch files and *nix shell scripts for any set of options.
To download the BZFlag Server GUI version 2.7.1910, go to the SourceForge files page and select the release you'd like to download. (Files with names like BZFSGUI-2.7-src.zip are the VB Source files; do not download these unless you have Visual Basic installed on your machine.)
The BZFlag Server GUI does not replace or modify any BZFlag files; it only serves to launch the dedicated server (BZFS.EXE) and create batch files and shell scripts for it.
This version of the BZFS GUI is intended for BZFlag version 1.7g2, however, it can also be used with previous versions, version 1.10.x, BZFlagX, BZFlag:Zero, and the 1.8, 1.9, and 1.11 CVSes. The latest version of BZFlag is 1.10.6; the current development version is 1.11.3.
Want to know what version predominates running servers? There's a tool for that, too. Look at the BZFlag Server Version Enumerator.
Leave a note on one of the SourceForge forums, join #bzfsgui on IRC or drop the administrator a note at email@example.com.
Feel free to make changes (large or small) if you feel they need to be made. If you do, please post a patch on the SF.NET patches page, along with a description. Need some help? Read the BZFSGUI Hacking Page for more information.
Have comments or Suggestions? Think changes need to be made but don't know how to program? Post a Feature Request or Bug Report on one of the SF.NET trackers, join #bzfsgui on IRC and discuss your idea there, or post to one of the SF.NET forums.
E-mail Daniel Remenak, the project administrator
Visit the BZFlag Server GUI project page on Sourceforge.net