Originally posted by Justin:
Why do you even need to do a tiny compile, a full MESS build is about 11MB.
If it's not going to be maintained though the option should be taken out altogether IMO.
My reasons for tinymess :
1 - tinymess is a short version of mess already made with only the coleco emulation. I don't want to create my own emulator project.
2 - tinymess is shorter than the full version. My geocities account doesn't allow me big files and big bandwidth.
3 - tinymess with its debugger helped me with some projects, but also didn't have the right video emulation and spinner support (steering wheel, trackball and superaction controller). The new version seems to be just fine.
4 - mame/mess have a useful debugger for programmers. I'm programming coleco games and I need a debugger.
And why tinymess was not supported after version 0.37? Anyway, did you take a note about the modifications to do in the mess source archive? Is there someone here to help me with my problem?