Online NDS/GBA Save Converter no longer maintained by creator

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  1. evandixon
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    evandixon PMD Researcher

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    It is questionable whether or not I continue to host the NDS and GBA Online save converters. I don't actually know how many people still use it. Right now, they're hosted on aspspider.com, which expires after a few months. And I uploaded this package, well, a few months ago. I may or may not renew it once. After that, I'll probably just let it die. If anyone wants to host the Online NDS and GBA save converters, here's the package. Adapt it to your ASP.Net website if you wish. (Should be pretty simple, just put a user control on a page.) PM me* if you want to host this, and I can redirect saves.uniquegeeks.net your way. If no one hosts them then I might give up at some point and have everyone use the offline version.

    *PM Uniquegeek at GBAtemp or evandixon at ProjectPokemon.org. I don't use admin@uniquegeeks.net anymore because all of the spam. It actually no longer exists.

    Oh, and I think this is the version that supports plugins. If you download the offline version, you should find info on how to make a plugin. Just stick those in the appropriate folder in the bin folder. [/quote]

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  2. nukeboy95

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    not sure
    i think people use this now
     
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    Some day, when I get my website back up and running, I might consider hosting this full-time.
     
  5. T-hug

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    Ask Costello if it's possible for us to host it here or maybe create an app version and put it on filetrip.
    Also shuny's site is pretty popular, do you not have analytics from your site to see if it's worth keeping?
     
  6. evandixon
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    I tried somee.com, but the average response is too large for them.

    Sorry, no analytics. (I don't like aspspider anymore.)
    If it were to be hosted here, Asp.net 4.0 would be needed. (Unless someone knows how to use PHP to reference a .Net library.)