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Port Requests (NO SOURCE = NO PORT)

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by mmielke, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. Farox

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    I don't have the game in my collection, but, as it's based on chocolate doom IIRC, it should be quite easy to build and package.
     
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    Thanks! I'll try to port it on the Pandora :)
     
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    Man, was a little late on System Shock. Wonder why it is the Mac version and not the windows version that was opened up. I have never played it, I don't know why either. . .
     
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    Oh wow, he finally open sourced it. That is great news. Lucius did a lot of great work.

    Thanks Lucius!
     
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    Install mono to run a NES-emulator, oooooooor.
     
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    EmulationStation as a PND to go with the retroarch PND.
     
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    That's still a derivative work of a NES rip, so would be a bit iffy to release on the wide internet as a prebuilt binary. It's an interesting project to play with for sure, but a port suggestion; I'm not sure that fits.
     
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    Remember when Avast released their own decompiler ? https://retdec.com/decompilation/
    Now, maybe some of you might remember Firefly's GP32 emulator ? :gp32:
    http://users.skynet.be/firefly/gp32/

    I've been waiting for a proper GP32 emulator to come out to play the few games on it.
    Unfortunately, no such thing happened... Which is a shame.

    So my request is for someone to use Avast's decompiler (or even anything similar to it) on GeePee32's Linux Build 30 and get it to work somehow. (with C code)
    GeePee32 uses SDL 1.2, pthread and the math library.
    You need the GP32 bios for it to work.
    If you need a game, try Quadtris : http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=56833 it works on Geepee32.

    I tried to give it a try but the best thing i could do is to get SDL to work... However, everything else doesn't work. (that _IO_FILE structure in particular causes me lots of headache)
    In fact, i was unable to decompile a hello world and make it work properly from the decompiled file....
    So yeah i would like to see someone else (more experienced obv) give it a try.

    Once we get a working linux binary, it should be very easy to port it to devices like the Pandora or others.
    (EDIT: You can also give the Windows/SDL binary a try instead, that one also supports sound unlike the linux build and is much smaller)
     
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