1. ploggy

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    Thanks, but if wasn't for gblues I'd still be crying in the corner somewhere lol (actually true :P)
     
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    Another new Core
    REminiscene - Flashback - this Core needs:
    The Flashback data files - Mandatory
    Sound files from the Amiga version - Optional
    Voice.vce from the Sega CD - Optional
    - hot to setup ;)
    Tested and working!
    (Load the Core then Load Content, navigate to your Flashback Data files then load the LEVEL1.LEV file) :D
     

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    Nice to see you got a hold of it with gblues help!
    Perhaps a tutorial would help for others that might want to develop :P
    Also, don't forget to add cores to the Makefile if they work properly!

    Oh one more thing, can you test if PrBoom is crashing after some quick saves and quick loads?
    I think that issue is carried across all platforms.
     
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    Yeah Gblues really saved my sanity :P
    I'll attempt a tut tomorrow after some kip, its pretty easy once you get the steps down :)

    Sure I can test PrBoom :)
    I'm slowly going through the list of Cores to see what can be compiled (and work) for WiiU, fMSX and Prosystem used to be on WiiU before the build bot change but Flashback is brand new!
    Once I get through them I'll see if Autechre will add them to the build bot ;)
    I still have to post our issue list too :P I'll do that once I get through this :D PROGRESS!! lol
     
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    You know what other core used to be there too?
    Don't wanna say the name, but it ran at 6 fps lol

    Thanks for testing!
    And best of luck with your subsequent tests ;)
     
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    heheh, I tried it, fails to compile now, something about mmap.h errors :P
     
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    Worth the shot lol
    Keep on playing around with those cores, man!
    You're doing awesome work :D
     
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    -: Docker WiiU Tutorial :-

    (Assumes your using Windows)

    1. Download and Install Docker from here
    2. Download and extract this Dockefile to a Directory.
    3. Open command prompt,
    4. Change to directory where your Dockerfile is located.
    5. Run: docker build . -t wiiu-build

    1. Download/Git Clone Retroarch.
    2. Download/Git Clone any Core your looking to Build.
    3. Open Command Prompt.
    4. CD into your chosen Core Directory.

    then do the following:
    1. Run docker run -it -v %CD%:/developer wiiu-build - which will get you a linux command prompt.
    2. Run cd /developer
    3. Run make platform=wiiu and it will run the build. shouldn't take too long.
    4. Run exit to exit the container.

    Goto you Core folder location.
    The Core folder should now have a (Corename)_libretro_wiiu.a file, Rename file to libretro_wiiu.a and place in your Retroarch Folder. (overwrite if needed)

    1. Now in Command Prompt CD to your Retroarch Folder.
    2. Run docker run -it -v %cd%:/developer wiiu-build - which will get you a linux command prompt.
    3. Run cd /developer
    4. Run make -f Makefile.wiiu and it will run the build. (This will take longer than the Core.)
    5. Run exit to exit the container.

    Once finished it should generate a libretro_wiiu.rpx file in Retroarch/objs/wiiu
    Rename to (Corename)_libretro.rpx and place in your SD card's Retroarch Core folder :)

    Rinse and repeat for any other Core you want to Compile.
     

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