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 4.044 released
Did you wonder about the disappearance of the u2 rom of diablo68 in MAME 238...then better update.
Clrmamepro 4.043 released
A small stats count fix and an important xml parser fix....
Clrmamepro 4.042 released
I guess it's time for a new release. Supporting romof handling in device sets
Clrmamepro 4.041 released
Two months passed...with some fixes and little additions...
Clrmamepro 4.040 released
Happy New Year! 2020 is done and we won't miss it. A quick little release. Not a big one but I'd like to start the year with some better version number ;).
Clrmamepro 4.039a released
And weird year comes to an end. I wish all of you a much better and healthy 2021. Happy holidays and stay safe.
Clrmamepro 4.038a released
And another important rename fix...seems that I accidently killed the dupes check
Clrmamepro 4.038 released
More compressors and an important rename fix
Clrmamepro 4.037a released
Tiny update with the findings after 4.037
Clrmamepro 4.037 released
Let's put out an update...
Clrmamepro 4.036a released
A year has passed, so get an up2date version....
Clrmamepro 4.035 released
Finally put together a new release with some fixes/requests/updates.
Clrmamepro 4.034 released
You might still experience issues with the update process with 4.033 due to some server changes. This should be finally resolved with 4.034. If you like you can download the new update.dll here separately, extract it over the old one and use the update button afterwards...or you simply download the cmpro package manually.
What a special day today....20 years ago...yes twenty years...the very first version of clrmame was released. Back then it was a win32 commandline tool. 1999 cmwin, a first windows ui version was released and finally in 2000 clrmamepro came out. In 1997 MAME had no zip support, no merging and actually not even crc32 was used for hashing...good old times ;-) And today...look at that beauty of emulator. What a success, what a huge amount of emulated sets. Times are changing, I've tried to update cmpro as good as possible to keep track of the changes made in MAME. I'd like to thank all the users who supported me over the years...some of them from the beginning till today. Without you, I would have stopped cmpro a long time ago. So....keep me busy. Thanks again. And yeah...here's the latest version 4.033.
Since the homepage is now https, you need to download this update manually. The updater will work again once you have 4.033 installed
wow...time flies...finally I found a little time to release clrmamepro 4.032. Generally some updates for the profiler/batcher. Thanks for all the testers/supporters.
Clrmamepro 4.031c released. SampleOnly-Set for upcoming MAME.
Merry XMas and a happy, healthy, successful and peaceful 2017!
Clrmamepro 4.031b released. Stats count fix and something for latest MAME.
Clrmamepro 4.031a released. Quick fix for rebuild matching count which was not included in 4.031.
Clrmamepro 4.031 released. Mainly fixes for the softwarelist combined mode.
Clrmamepro 4.030a released. Fixing the scanner speed regression on crc32 hash collision sets.
Clrmamepro 4.030 released. An important update for next MAME version which will have some multiple crc32 hash collisions within the same set...pretty rare thing but cmpro takes care. Also huge thanks to Shoegazr who did endless testing on Linux helping me to find a weird directory walk issue on ext4 formatted drives.
Clrmamepro 4.029b released. Compile and link update.
Clrmamepro 4.029a released. Removed possible merger security issue.
Updated the deflopt link/version.
Clrmamepro 4.029 released. Mainly some batcher cleanup.
Back by public demand...the ButtonBars section.
Back by public demand...the ZipMax section.
And thanks to Stiletto, a pretty big cmpro history list was added, too.
Clrmamepro 4.028 released. Just some fixes/addons for 4.027.
Clrmamepro 4.027 released. Happy New Year..cough cough...mostly core updates.
Clrmamepro 4.026 released. Mainly fixed a possible crash during hash generation.
Clrmamepro 4.025 released. Some general fixes and updates for users with UHD screens.
Clrmamepro 4.024 released. Updated the packer libraries and fixed a general zip64 bug.
Clrmamepro 4.023 released. A bunch of fixes mainly for overseen unneeded chds and some new setinformation feature.
Clrmamepro 4.022 released. A bunch of fixes and started to use a new building platform. 32bit version will be still usable on Windows XP.
A yes...and a small cleanup of the homepage...
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 clrmamepro.
|clrmamepro 32bit 4.044c||(zip) (5445kb)|
|clrmamepro 32bit 4.044c||(exe) (3836kb)|
|clrmamepro 64bit 4.044c||(zip) (6053kb)|
|clrmamepro 64bit 4.044c||(exe) (4569kb)|
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:
Even more history can be found here.