Great! can't wait new version
The best place to look would be zophar.net
Some of the emulators there are PPC based, I'm guessing that would make them easier to port?
There's also a PPC version of ScummVM.
Oh man, ScummVM would have been awesome.
But let's make one thing great first eh? No need for many broken projects laying around.
OK, had to make a few changes so that cmonkey's code would compile with 3.41 (well, actually only one or two changes) and so that it worked with the current trunk - did some other miscellaneous changes, but other than that, all the credit for the awesome new features belong to cmonkey69.
Therefore, this release will simply be called 'SNES9x PS3' from now on instead of 'SNES9x PS3 Square'.
I think eiz did us all a great favor with the initial version, and I still hope eiz will join us here - I will be happy to give him co-admin status and the whole lot.
But it's a travesty to currently have the initial version on all the major PS3 sites - as if that is the current state of development. The initial version by all accounts is terrible compared to the current one - nobody should have to bother with it anymore.
SNES9x PS3 - Build 4.3.6 (w/ Source)
I've been holding off on installing an emus until it's matured a bit... My question is does any of the recent releases allows for loading ROMS from a network connection? Is there any plans to do so?
Thanks and congrats on the great work you are doing!
Woaw you're asking for a lot there - I don't know whether Samba/SMB support is even provided by the SDK.
Yeah, I suppose I am. It's just that my games/movies/everything is on my server and streaming from it just makes sense. In any case, I just wanted to know if something like this is being discussed or developed and whether or not it every gets implemented, I am still very grateful for whats been done up to now. Thanks for your time!
I haven't seen any homebrew release at the moment that's talked about adding Samba/SMB support - though I suppose it's possible, it's kinda out of my league at the moment. More experienced coders might want to chime in and offer ways of implementing it.