Rebuilder 0.01 released
Yes...something new, something fast, something I've enjoyed coding. Rebuilder is a small commandline tool which has some advantages over the rebuilder in clrmamepro. Faster, Standalone merge mode, CHD rebuild to name a few.
Clrmamepro 4.045 released
I've overseen a little sideeffect on full merged sets in 4.044d...so grab the new one.
Clrmamepro 4.044d released
while working on something completely different, I found 2 minor things to fix....
Clrmamepro 4.044c released
little fix for scanner's fix-missing which might silently replace a file
Clrmamepro 4.044b released
mainly a little xml parser fix
clrmamepro is totally free and you don't have to donate anything. Since a lot people asked me how they can donate something, I added a PayPal account and an Amazon Wishlist.
Amazon Wishlist. Check out amazon.de wishlist and search for "Roman Scherzer". There are multiple search results. Select the one representing: Roman Scherzer, Bonn, Germany / Deutschland, ClrMame / ClrMamePro
Apple iTunes gifts/coupon codes are always welcome, too :)
Thanks a lot for all kind of donations. Your support is highly appreciated.
Here you can download the latest version of Rebuilder.
|rebuilder 64bit 0.01||(zip) (706kb)|
Here you can download the latest version of clrmamepro.
|clrmamepro 32bit 4.045||(zip) (5474kb)|
|clrmamepro 32bit 4.045||(exe) (3864kb)|
|clrmamepro 64bit 4.045||(zip) (6096kb)|
|clrmamepro 64bit 4.045||(exe) (4606kb)|
If you install cmpro to a protected folder like C:\program files\, you have to set the compatibility properties of cmpro.exe to 'run this program as administrator' to work correctly or you have to disable UAC. In other folders it should work fine without setting this property and without the need of disabling UAC.
If you got problems with the main window, set the option 'Adv_HideWindow = off' in cmpro.ini. In case
you don't have a cmpro.ini yet, create one with the following two lines:
Adv_HideWindow = off
Update your OS!, no really, update your OS
Here you can download the latest version of ZipMax. It's not being developed anymore.
Read the how2compile.txt & copyright.txt before compiling zipmax. Both files are available in the archive.
You may need 7zip's zip program to use it. Here you can also download Ben Jos Walbeehm's Tools:
History can be found here.