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#56396 11/17/09 01:34 AM
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Version 0.135 is up on SourceForge:

http://mameosx.sourceforge.net/

Changes:

  • Upgrade to 0.135 baseline. Much thanks to Zuki Gottlieb!


FYI, the code is on BitBucket, but the site and downloads (and an hg mirror) are still on SourceForge.

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GRAZIE!
Thanks!

but Killer Instinct work very slow... while sdlmame run it very well.

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Dave -

While I am (as are many others) thrilled to see the return of MAME OS X, I feel compelled to ask the following (without asking for a commitment) -

What is your intent in regards to a regular update schedule?

Would it be reasonable to expect updates with each 'Stable' release, or more (or less) often?

Again, I'm not looking to hold you to anything, or asking for any sort of commitment (I understand all too well about real life commitments coming first), but I am interested in your intentions regarding this project.


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Hrm.. the DRC engine could be disabled.

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Originally Posted By MAMEBase
What is your intent in regards to a regular update schedule?

Would it be reasonable to expect updates with each 'Stable' release, or more (or less) often?


Probably towards the "less often" side, unfortunately. I got help for this version, and help will always make it move towards the "more often".

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Woohoo! Big party tonight! Galaga 88 runs great on my old G4 mini now. Thanks guys!

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Just for confirmation; is cheat system disaled in this version?
Enable Cheat is checked in Preferences, cheat.dat and cheat.zip are in /Library/Application Support/MAME OS X folder and still nothing appears in the menu.

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It changed in the 0.125-0.127 timeframe - so you'll need to get a new cheat package (which consists of XML per game files) at:
http://cheat.retrogames.com

The current package is for 0.134 or later. As for specific to OSX setup - someone else will need to help you there.




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Originally Posted By Van Ba
Just for confirmation; is cheat system disaled in this version?
Enable Cheat is checked in Preferences, cheat.dat and cheat.zip are in /Library/Application Support/MAME OS X folder and still nothing appears in the menu.


I haven't tried the cheat system. It's not disabled intentionally but if things changed, it may not work any more.

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I downloaded cheat.zip from Pugsy's site, it's the last version, 0.134.
(Actually, the cheat.zip archive contains two readme files and the REAL cheat.zip to be copied in the MAME OS X folder, see above).
Unfotunately MAME OS X doesn't load cheats. (SDLMame does). Maybe an hard-coded file path?

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