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kontroller

   0.1 (compiles)  

KDE Other Game

Score 42%
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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  597
Submitted:  Jan 31 2004
Updated:  Feb 3 2004

Description:

I'm sorry to say, but Kontroller is on a hiatus (if it wasn't obvious)

I'm using OS X exclusively now, and don't have a box to develop on at the moment. If I ever do get a linux box again (very likely) I will kick back up development.

cheers

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Kontroller is the premier Multi-Emulator front-end for KDE.

I always wanted a snes9x for windows - like emulator (emulator surface embedded with a menu / settings) -- I never liked those "launcher" frontends. although I have always liked advancemenu (for my TV).

For now, development will be only to embed snes9x -- but others are just as possible, and will be extremely easy to add. I plan on making it possible to make an XML file "plugin" for each emulator. the XML file will define what emulator it is, what kinds of files it opens, command line options, controls, etc.

I have several questions:

1. Should there be a toolbar/menubar, or just a menubar?

ex: tool/menubar in NEMU64 http://gakum.hp.infoseek.co.jp/n64/nemu.jpg

2. What is the number 1 feature you are missing in emulation frontends?

So tell me what you think, and request any features you want. I won't promise anything, but I'll do my best to accommodate those requests.




Changelog:

0.1 - initial code release.
this will open and play an snes9x game -- not much else. has a few compiler warnings and X Opcode error I can't seem to de-bug. but it will comple and run fine.

0.1 (preview) -
initial non-release of just screenshot




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 by RogueJediX on: Feb 3 2006
 
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I love you, man. This is probably the only working snes9x frontend for KDE. There was ksnes9x once, but that's for KDE2 and it won't compile for me on KDE3, even with the legacy packages. Anyways, keep up the good work!


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