Mame32 Classic Arcade With Over 1400 Working Games RePack [WORK]
Mame32 Classic Arcade With Over 1400 Working Games RePack
fuse is a toolkit for filesystems that is used in many different systems, mainly as a replacement for the much older and better known virtual file system vfat. while the best known filesystems, like bfs, support files that grow beyond 2 gb, fuse-based filesystems do not have the restriction and are thus called big file systems or large file systems. these filesystems and their applications have been developed over the last ten years
the fuse project
the fuse xml
if you need to inspect a file or directory, find is used for this purpose. in an interactive shell environment you can issue the find command and input the name of the file or directory you wish to inspect. then you can use the various switches and options to fine tune the results. the switch -name is used to select a file name or directory: -name pattern will find files in which the name of the file or directory matches the pattern pattern and all subdirectories will be searched.
the find command uses the test option to find files. the test option takes a regular expression. typically, the expression is something like [a-za-z], which will match any string beginning with a lowercase letter or underscore. for example, if you wanted to find out whether an executable file is on your computer, you could issue the command
find / -name “*.exe”
support for more than a thousand working videogames! up to now, if you’ve had a game that you wanted to play on an emulator, but it didn’t work for you.. you’ve had to use a legacy version of the emulator. well, that will change now!
myself and some of my friends have been working on this on and off for a few years. it has taken a while, and it is nowhere near the ideal thing. however, after a lot of work in the past year, the core emulation code is finally now in a consistent and solid state!
this is a vast improvement, but still far from perfect, as far as i’m concerned.
it’s far from done, but i think we’re finally in a good place for this to be released to the community.
and with the mame v0.318 core, we can finally add support for all snes carts. yay!
tons of arcade games work, and we also have some snes titles, too.
this release should be out in about three days – wednesday the 14th of june.
oh, and i must apologize for the inconsistency of the branches/releases. there’s going to be version 0.337-1/0.323-1 if it’s released before then. two later versions will also exist.
unfortunately, i can’t seem to get that right at the moment 🙁 but i can make it better if you guys just give me suggestions, perhaps with better tagging than e.g.’refs-snapshots’
see you guys then!