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kfceu

   2.0.4  

KDE Other Game

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kfceu
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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2208
Submitted:  Jul 29 2007
Updated:  May 9 2008

Description:

KFceu is a much needed front end for FCE Ultra. KFceu will provide you with the all tools to configure FCE Ultra with ease, and to browse your collection faster.

Go to my openSUSE Build repository to see all the other distro packages.

INFO:
The latest version requires KDE4 libs, and developer tools, including CMake.

If your using an RPM based distro you can simply try a "rpmbuild -ta kfceu.VERSION.tar.gz" as root, and if everything is set up right it should build an RPM for you.




Changelog:

2.0.4
Now you have the option to scan the rom directory recursively. Will now build on KDE 4.1 alpha.

2.0.3
GiSWiG's fine name issue put to bed for good I hope.

2.0.2
I broke the focus. Fixed.
Also fixed a bug that might cause your game list information to be incorrect.

2.0.1
Fixed some of the help boxes wording.
Using the KDE about dialog, instead of my own cruddy one.

2.0.0
Added improved search filter.
Added help tool tips.
"Valgrind"ed out some memory leaks.
More KDE 4 widgets added.




LicenseGPL
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Source(kfceu version 1.0.0)
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 Something similar

 
 by DarkShock on: Jul 30 2007
 
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Funny, my first attempt to create a KDE program was called kfceu, but at that time I didn't go further than the KDE program template ;)

Nowadays, I developed a far more complete program called Gamefu found here:
http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=36846


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 Re: Something simila

 
 by PikoPiko on: Jul 30 2007
 
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Well I'm a one front end to one emulator kind of man, though I'll give yours a shot. You might have just killed an application. ;)

I make tons of these kinds of applications, and most never see the light of day. I'm only sharing this one because of the lack of a dedicated FCE Ultra front end.

As for the name, I should of just called it QFceu, because I really haven't implemented any KDE only widgets, although it would be easy to do so.


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 excellent

 
 by thaiki on: Aug 2 2007
 
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excellent congratulations.

single lack that distributes like .rpm and .deb so that it is to standar like zsnes. I always wanted something thus for kde, the other is bad since Gamefu is not standard and I do not like. On the other hand dejame decirte that you follow with the project.

greetings

it pardons badly by my English


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 Cool.

 
 by karper on: Sep 2 2007
 
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Just a couple of days ago, I was lamenting the fact that kfceu didn't exist (http://karper.wordpress.com/2007/08/30/nes-games-forever/). Didn't know about your app. Will give it a try!

I'm surprised it's not in the Kubuntu repositories...


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 Re: Cool.

 
 by PikoPiko on: Sep 2 2007
 
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Well it looks like FCE Ultra is going to get some new blood working on their project. I hope to start working with them soon to add better integration of KFceu with FCE Ultra. Right now all I'm doing is passing a command straight to fceu using system(const char *).

I would like to add more advanced features. The biggest thing I want working is button by button configuration, and an easy joy pad configuration method. Something other front ends seem to fail at a lot.

Net play is also another big issue I want to focus on, but FCE Ultra still needs to work on that it's self.

Next thing I would really like to have more meta info. Like Amarok I would like to be able to tell people what their favorite game is. When was the last time you played a game, and also what country it's from, size, and maybe even cartridge art.


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 my part

 
 by ljubomir on: Sep 7 2007
 
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Hi,

Long time ago I've created a frontend for Tuxnes, written in Kommander:

http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Ultra+NES+Manager?content=28023

A few days later it got forked into fceu frontend instead.

http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/FCE+Ultra+NES+Manager?content=28267

Nowadays, I use mainly freevo on my standalone gaming machine, but I still enjoy casual nes game on my desktop.

Don't stop your work!


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 Qt too old?

 
 by ih8windoze on: Sep 15 2007
 
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I like it, but this is what I get when I run ./configuration

uic: File generated with too old version of Qt Designer
uic: File generated with too old version of Qt Designer
uic: File generated with too old version of Qt Designer

I'm using Slack 12 with
Qt: 3.3.8
KDE: 3.5.7
KUIViewer: 0.1


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 Re: Qt too old?

 
 by PikoPiko on: Sep 15 2007
 
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Your using Qt4 most likely

Simply run in a console "qt3to4 kfceu.pro", and say yes to all, then rerun "./configuration", this should let it build on the newer version of Qt. I'll make the configuration script automatically check for this in the next version. Thank you for the bug.


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 Re: Re: Qt too old?

 
 by PikoPiko on: Sep 15 2007
 
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Oops, I meant, you most likely have qt4-devel installed instead of qt3-devel. I've just tried to do a qt3to4 on kfceu.pro, and it seems to have failures, with the KDE based widgets, I'll look into it.

If you do get problems with qt3to4 you can always just uninstall qt4-devel, and install qt3-devel. Though I want to get this fixed.


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 Re: Qt too old?

 
 by PikoPiko on: Sep 15 2007
 
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Your using Qt4 most likely

Simply run in a console "qt3to4 kfceu.pro", and say yes to all, then rerun "./configuration", this should let it build on the newer version of Qt. I'll make the configuration script automatically check for this in the next version. Thank you for the bug.


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 Re: Re: Qt too old?

 
 by H00K on: Oct 1 2007
 
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Then it breaks on "make".

I have both Qt 3 and Qt 4 installed on my Gentoo amd64.


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 Re: Re: Re: Qt too o

 
 by PikoPiko on: Oct 6 2007
 
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I'll have the Qt4 version done before the end of the week.

Sorry for my stupidity in making this in Qt3 to start with.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Qt too o

 
 by H00K on: Oct 6 2007
 
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Don't worry. Your effort is greatly appreciated :]


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 deb, please!

 
 by karper on: Sep 26 2007
 
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Curse my noobness! I can't seem to get the source package to install. Could you upload a deb, please? Kubuntu Feisty, if you need to know the distro...


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 Re: deb, please!

 
 by PikoPiko on: Sep 28 2007
 
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Firstly make sure you have qt3-devel installed, and not qt4-devel, it won't compile in qt4 yet.

If you still get errors send me the out put by email

ciaran<DOT>gillespie<AT>gmail<DOT>com

I've been busy for the past two weeks, and I've been trying to set up some virtual machines so I can get KFceu to build on all distros, then I'll be able to have the openSUSE build farm make the packages for everyone.

I'm not very good at deploying software on Linux, actually this is the first time I've had to get it working on this many distros.


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