In computing, MXP stands for MUD eXtension Protocol. It is used in MUDs to enhance the normal text output with a markup language  loosely based on HTML and XML. In order for MXP to be used it must be implemented on the server as well as on the MUD client. MXP is in the public domain.
- "MUD eXtension Protocol (MXP)". Retrieved October 15, 2013.
- Gonzalo Hurtado Nuño (2009). "Creación de un mundo virtual e interfaz gráfica como plataforma de investigación de agentes/robots autónomos". "etiquetas MXP"
- "How to add MXP support to your MUD server". Retrieved October 15, 2013.
- "MXP design notes". Retrieved October 15, 2013.
- Gregory E. Saunders (2008). "A Cultural Shift in Army Enterprise Architecture Paves the Way for Mission Success in an Era of Persistent Conflict". Archived from the original on March 17, 2013. Retrieved October 15, 2013. "ESB: ESB Capabilities Brick Owner: CERDEC Version: 0.7 [..] Communication (MXP, web services, transport protocols, routing, addressing) [...] MXP = MUD Extension Protocol"
- MUD eXtension Protocol - the MXP protocol specification
- MXP protocol specification - from mudstandards.org, archived.
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