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MameExecutor

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1050
Submitted:  Jan 16 2009
Updated:  Jun 12 2009

Description:

Mame Executor is a frontend for SDLMame that runs under KDE4. The goal is to provide users with a convenient GUI to configure and launch SDLMame from, instead of having to maintain the rather cumbersome and illogical mame.ini file. It is programmed in 100% OO C++ and aims to be as fast and small as possible while still maintaining a feature rich set of functions and options.




Changelog:

20090612 - V1.01

- A small mistake while we were adding errorchecks ironically added an error in the code, making it randomly impossible to add or remove favorites, we are sorry for this.

20090611 - V1.0

Changes since v0.9-beta:
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Added translation framework (only a Swedish translation exists, so if you want to help out: get in touch!)
Added icon (Thanks Nuno Pinheiro!)
Fixed crash in search tab.
Games are only launched on double click from the Lists.
Fixed build (locating sqlite the proper way from CMake).
Included .desktop file.
Changed configuration file name according to the KDE specification.
General code cleanup/overhaul.

20090118 - Second beta.
- Fixed building on debian
- changed the name of the configuration file (If you previously installed 0.9b1 rename ~/.kde/share/config/KApp4rc to ~/.kde/share/config/mameexecutorrc to keep your old settings)

20090116 - First beta.




LicenseGPL
Ark(mameexecutor-1.01.tar.gz)
SUSE(OpenSUSE 11.0 [webpin link])
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 Superb!

 
 by warnec on: Jun 13 2009
 
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Glad to hear that. I hope you can always keep sdlmame up-to-date in your repo, because, as I said earlier, it would make linux experience for newbies much, much better (no problematic compiling)

PS After the holidays when I'd have more time, I want to learn how to package software myself, that way I can ensure most of small third-party KDE4 apps is up-to-date.


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 Re: Superb!

 
 by spectralmks on: Jun 14 2009
 
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We will try to keep it up to date as the emulators repository seems to be lagging behind in OpenSUSE. Just wished there was some way of getting notified when a new version is released (other than visiting the website every day) :) Feel free to send me a message if you notice it hasn't been updated.


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 Search by name implemented

 
 by spectralmks on: Jun 14 2009
 
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For those feeling adventurous you can check out SVN trunk to see the feature in action. However I'm unsure how you users want this to work. Should it search for *name* or name* or do you want a fully fledged search like "+foo +bar -baz"? At the moment it just searches for *name* as that seemed the most logical choice.

Also note that the layout for the search tab is only experimental, it will be polished later.


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 Re: Search by name implemented

 
 by warnec on: Jun 14 2009
 
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Glad to hear that! I'd personally prefer name*, since users mostly write the beginning of a name they search for, but I don't really care, *name* is also not a bad choice ;) (And it would be even better is a user would be able to choose whether he/she wants name*, *name*, or full search with wildcards like ?)

Second thing. When one chooses directories where hers/his roms are stored, the directories are listed in the text field below (see my screenshot), and that's why I think the text field on the right side (the one marked in red) is unneeded, since it never stores any information (the folder paths are shown below)

http://img195.imageshack.us/i/mameexecutor.png/


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 Re: Re: Search by name implemented

 
 by spectralmks on: Jun 14 2009
 
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Thanks for your input. Yes, I think a search where you can specify wildcards yourself would be better. Gives more freedom/control to the user.

About the file dialog you are right. I didn't even think about the fact that it was not used. Will look into changing that.


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 Re: Re: Re: Search by name implemented

 
 by warnec on: Jun 14 2009
 
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But it would be IMO better for a user to specify, what kind of search he/she wants. Somebody might be thinking, why he e.g. can't find "Metal Slug" when he writes "meta" and not many people know wildcards good enough to guess that one would have to write "meta*"

One more thing. I started translating, and there are description for e.g. the usage of certain folders and what do they do (e.g. "nvram" folder, "memcard" folder). I cannot find a way to reach that description inside the program.

There are no "What's this?" entries in the main menu, and "What's this?" cannot be used when folder selection window comes up. How can one obtain any descriptions/help inside the program?


Second thing - in the main menu there's "Help" dropdown menu, with "Mame Executor Handbook", but clicking it gives me:

"Plik lub katalog help:/mameexecutor/index.html nie istnieje"

which means:

"File or folder help:/mameexecutor/index.html does not exist"

Is it my system's bug or haven't you yet made any documentation?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Search by name implemented

 
 by spectralmks on: Jun 15 2009
 
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No there isn't any docbook for ME yet :/ And also there is probably a lot to be done about what's this/tooltips. In the general spirit of coders we have neglected that side.

I think it would be better if we discussed this on the forum, so other people here aren't spammed by our "boring" conversations ;) I will look into the docbook/translation stuff as soon as i get some time free.


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 mame executor crash

 
 by zuargo on: Jun 21 2009
 
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I reported a issue:

http://trac.mindkiller.com/ticket/7

thanks :D


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 Re: mame executor crash

 
 by spectralmks on: Jun 23 2009
 
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See answer at ticket page for details.


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 but

 
 by zuargo on: Jun 23 2009
 
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I saw the answer thanks a lot

but I have no clear something

you say I must install that package (which is on the mameexecutor web page) but must I remove the other package of mameexecutor (which I have installed)?? or must I install the new package without removing the previous?

I did not write this comment on the mameexecutor web page becouse I can't login...

sorry for my english... you know why xD


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 Re: but

 
 by warnec on: Jun 25 2009
 
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No, you don't have to. Just download the new source code and install it as you did with the previous version.


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 thanks but...

 
 by zuargo on: Jun 28 2009
 
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The first time that I launched the new version from kickoff (KDE menu), mameexecutor crashed, you can see the report here:

http://fpaste.org/paste/16735

Now I can launch mameexecutor, only, from console, running: mameexecutor. If I try, to launch the program from kickoff, simply, it not appears.

how can I launch mameexecutor from kickoff or whitout to use the console?

thanks a lot :)


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 again

 
 by zuargo on: Jul 7 2009
 
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mameexecutor crashes again, when I launch it from terminal, you can see the report here:

http://fpaste.org/paste/17702

please fix it and continue with mameexecutor :)


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 Re: again

 
 by spectralmks on: Jul 7 2009
 
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Hi, in the future please respond on the ticket page on http://trac.mindkiller.com

It's a strange crash, but can you please check the ticket page and try the package i made (and respond back with what it outputs in the shell)?


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