ClrMamePro is a ROM-manager that helps you to keep your ROM collection up-to-date.
- Fixed: cmpro still shows a wrong checksum message for unneeded chds even after removing them
- Fixed: general 32bit cut down issue when calculating size/checksums of files in zip64 archives
- Misc: xml datfiles with "machine" elements instead of game elements are parsed, too
- Misc: xml datfile export (either setinformation or dir2dat) uses "machine" as set element (cmpro.ini Adv_SetElementXML value holds the value in case you want to change it to "game")
- Misc: updated zipclass library to 4.6.2
- Misc: updated unrar library 5.30.4
- Misc: updated 7z library and sdk to 15.07
- Misc: ah yeah, if you don't know already, zip64 format now is officially supported
Reviewing 4.01 (Sep 21, 2011)
Like everyone else: great tool, very functional, but the poor usability still makes me groan after many years of use.
So 3.6 rounded to the nearest integer!
Reviewing 3.134a (Jul 28, 2010)
Now if someone would just fix the link...
Reviewing 3.109 Alpha (Jan 15, 2008)
misc: main button bar remembers focus
misc: set information -> 'unload' (set list) button added
misc: set information -> you can use '%h=1' in 'select sets' to select sets with chds
misc: set information -> you can use '%p=1' in 'select sets' to select sets with samples
misc: set information -> split 'mark parent/clones' to two separated checkboxes
misc: set information -> mark parent/clones checkboxes also affect loading of set lists
misc: don't show warning for clones where all not-parent roms are nodumps
misc: introducing datfile header switch "forcenodump" which can be 'obsolete', 'ignore' and 'required'
obsolete = default (nodumps are marked as unneeded, missing ones are not shown)
ignore = existing nodumps are not marked as unneeded, missing ones are ignored
required = existing nodumps are not marked as unneeded, missing ones are shown
misc: dir2dat->nodump header options available
misc: allowing empty set definitions (theoretically this allows using of pseudo parents)
Reviewing 3.97 (Dec 23, 2006)
Hello ? MAME and ClrMAME = best combo ever. If you are an avid MAMEer, you know about ClrMAME. Hell, hey Roman, I still have a copy of your old, old, old command line version =)
Great contribution to the MAME community.
Reviewing 3.94b (Oct 20, 2006)
Does what it advertises, and it's the only tool worth mentioning. Unfortunately it has an extremely unintuitive and cumbersome interface.
I'd give it a five if the interface was revamped.
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