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#REDIRECT [[BZRobots]]
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=Overview=
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The BZRobots Programmable Computer Player Client was originally developed by Brigham Young University as a project called [http://bzrc.cs.byu.edu/ BZRC]
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In 2007 it was further developed by Jørgen Pedersen Tjernø (AKA daxxar) as part of the [[Google_Summer_of_Code#Programmable_Computer_Player_Client|Google Summer of Code]]. Information about his work can be found on his GSoC blog at http://gsoc.daxxar.com
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This work was continued in 2009 by Mathew Eis (AKA Bulldozer and KingRobot), again as part of  [[Google_Summer_of_Code#Programmable_Computer_Player_Client|Google Summer of Code]].
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The current BZRobots code can be found in the [[BZFlag_SVN| BZFlag subversion system]] at http://bzflag.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/bzflag/trunk/bzflag/src/bzrobots

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