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Shaneo

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  1. Hey all, I got lazy and tired of using clrmamepro to create 1G1R romsets for frontends. I prefer to be able to batch do things via CLI rather than multiple clicks. So this weekend I set out to make a way to do this, and I've accomplished that task and I thought I'd share it with you all; End users and Developers 🙂 I've managed to match CLRMAMEPRO's 1G1R output in all of my tests (There might still be tests I haven't done and would look forward to issues submitted). So the main star of this post is; https://gitlab.com/shaneburger/no-intro-1g1r-csharp-class Which is the main heavy lifter, which anyone can use in their programs to create and customize 1G1R rom lists. I've included an example using the C# class, but hopefully i've spelled out the class well enough to show how Developers can use it. SEE: https://gitlab.com/shaneburger/no-intro-1g1r-csharp-class/blob/master/README.md I coded it in DotNet 4.7.2 but realised I couldn't use that on Linux via Mono, so I converted it to DotNet 2.0 so that Linux and MacOS peeps can use it as well 🙂 I've made a simple cli frontend using the class: No-Intro_1G1R_Batcher; Source: https://www.mediafire.com/file/3b2mh3q2345ttdm/No-Intro_1G1R_Batcher_SourceCode.zip/file Binary: https://www.mediafire.com/file/4jgxil070y4inw4/No-Intro_1G1R_Batcher_Binary.zip/file The best way to use this is have a near Complete Romset and matching DAT file. I'm now working on a 2.0 that will do CRC checks and import your roms and base the 1g1r on your HAVE roms. No idea when it will be done, probably when I get the feeling to do it. Hopefully this helps people out, Love Shane.
  2. Yet, the next cab I intend to build will be a Vewlix with a 32" LCD, so I think I might just have to get the HI-Q snaps sometime
  3. To be honest on my Arcade monitor I notice no difference between HQ and SQ, except the storage space. I could imagine on a hi-res cab or LCD that HQ would be a much better option.
  4. EXP 06/25/09

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