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    Anyone compiled the new cvs release of ivan toledos dcemu emulator?

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    Default Re: dcemu cvs release

    link?

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    Default Re: dcemu cvs release

    yep seemed to be a big update too, regarding opcodes
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    Cool

    EDIT: This new version uses alot of external libs. Maybe he should include them in the /lib directory. I'll put the libs package on my site later if anyone wants it (as soon as I compile libiso9660 and libcdio).

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    [quote author=Wraggster link=board=DCPCEmu;num=1086045117;start=0#0 date=06/01/04 at 01:11:57]Anyone compiled the new cvs release of ivan toledos dcemu emulator?[/quote]

    Yes, I compiled it and all the 3rd party libs, except I didn't have access to an burned cdr, so I hacked the code to use the cd.iso like the older version. I was able to get my GBA menu to load up, but when the it went to launch the game it would lock up.

    Troy

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    [quote author=GPF link=board=DCPCEmu;num=1086045117;start=0#5 date=06/01/04 at 03:44:56]

    Yes, I compiled it and all the 3rd party libs... [/quote]

    I can't seem to find libiso9660 :/ Any help?

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    I downloaded the source to libcdio-0.68 and compiled it under mingw/msys and it created the libiso9660.a and libcdio.a files.

    Let me know if you want me to send them to you.

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    Default Re: dcemu cvs release

    Sure, I can't recall ever compiling a lib under Windows that work. *I guess I need to actually learn how to do it correctly.

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    Default Re: dcemu cvs release

    in mingw I just went to my libcdio-0.68 directory and typed
    ./configure
    and then
    make all install
    and the copied the libs to my dev-cpp lib folder and updated the paths to the libs in dev-cpp

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