1. Termer

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    Hello fellow tempers! I have been amazed by the progress of the Citra emulator over the last year, personally seeing support for SSB. However, I hate updating Citra. I didn't update for a long time, because I am lazy and don't want to go to the website, downloading the zip, unzipping it, and cleaning everything up. So I created this...
    CitraUpdater!
    CitraUpdater updates your Citra installation, or installs it if you don't have it.
    Download it from here: http://github.com/TermerMC/CitraUpdater/releases/latest/
    It is very buggy, and likely to break, so please report any issues on the github page. Thanks, and I hope you like it!

    Usage: Place the jarfile in the same director as Citra, or where you want to install Citra. Open the jarfile, when it asks you if you want to update, click ok. Then wait. After a while, it should show a popup that says that it's finished. Profit.

    Requirements: A Windows PC with Java 8 installed.

    Warning: When you open the jarfile, an option box should appear. If you don't see it, ALT-TAB until you do. After you choose to update, the dialog will close until finished. Also, run it in the command line to see the log!
     
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    Looks nice! Be prepared to hear the moans and groans of Linux fanboys asking for a native release.
     
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    I'm working on a linux release. I have to add tarball support for that, something that I don't believe java natively has.
     
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    i don't know what you're talking about ;o;
     
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    It means Linux users will complain about no linux support.
     
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    ...i'm aware, it was a joke
     
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    *Embarassed look*
     
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    Very nice

    Edit: testing as of now c:
     
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    By the way, this application works on all OS's with java, but it only updates and installs the windows version.
     
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    I guess VM are a thing if needed..
     
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    I don't beleive I understand what you mean
     
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    Virtual Machines/sand box to use along side?
     
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    I don't see any point in using a VM. That won't fix any of the platform issues my updater has. My updater is only for windows because it is only designed to get the windows link and to unzip the windows archive.
    Nope. They don't work on OSX and Linux.
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    Just now I got promoted to Advanced Member. Cool!
     
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    Actually Citra has a built in Updater.
     
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    Yes, but only the bleeding-edge builds. This updates to nightly versions, which are more stable. Plus, nightlies are usually the newest versions available.
     
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    Update: I've tested this on pre-Java8, and it doesn't work. Please only use Java 8. Don't report issues if you're not on it.
     
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    We are going to have an official updater out soon, which will support both Nightly and Canary, as well as built-in updating within Citra itself. I would recommend you guys to be patient....
     
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    Well, if I want to waste several hours making a buggy updater, so be it. It's not that I'm impatient, it's that this is a lot more convenient for me for the time being.
     
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