Roguedump decrypts and dumps the high score files for the classic game rogue. It makes this score data available to scripts by avoiding the rogue program's more-like interactive pager.
Roguedump works on high score files produced by "rogue985": a version of rogue described in its README as "an updated version of rogue 5.3-clone". This seems to be the same version of rogue that is available on many Free UNIX systems, such as NetBSD and Debian GNU/Linux.
Since roguedump is a derivative of the above rogue source, it bears the same restrictions on copying:
* This source herein may be modified and/or distributed by anybody who * so desires, with the following restrictions: * 1.) No portion of this notice shall be removed. * 2.) Credit shall not be taken for the creation of this source. * 3.) This code is not to be traded, sold, or used for personal * gain or profit.
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