Maybe a corollary question: What games/apps/etc that were compiled/ported to or specifically made for the Pandora that are NOT present in the Debian repository do we 'need' for the Pyra?
Proper setting dialogs for everything Pyra-specific.
Although I gotta admit that the current state is just some kind of proof of concept. My plan is to wait and see what the Pyra will even give me to work with, since a lot of things may still change and I don't want to pin the OS-devs down to finalize anything yet (ED mentioned that the whole Nub configuration concept may change, so there's that).
So that's to expected after release. I'll try to hurry though when the time has come.
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One of the gripes I had with retroarch is that however I configured the input in the UI, each emulator would have their own set, and I could never figure out how to fix them all. So I just went back to using seperate emulators.RetroArch covers a number of emulators under such a UI, but it's one a lot of people seem to dislike.
I agree, but make that taskbar tool optional too, I like mounting my cards as mass storage from therePlease, please, please make it so we can run it (or have it fly out) from a menu rather than plastered to the bloody taskbar.