> Yeah, I tried to get there, but found out that the links to his site didn't
> work. I have done various web searches, but have not found the stuff mirrored.
The version in question was for a device called an "epod". Search around for "+epod +mame" and you may find a mirror of the file. The epods had a resolution of 640x480 iirc.
> I take it that "hardcoded" in this case means that it's more complicated than
> changing a "#define MAX_XDIM 240" to "#define MAX_XDIM 640" or some such? :-)
Not too much more complicated than that.
> compiling something myself, if I could use the free MS compiler; however, when I
> compile, it seems to only produce stuff for WinCE 3.0, and my unit has a 2.11
> core. Ugh. Does that sound right (that I can't use that compiler, but have to
> use VC++6)? I would have hoped there'd be a bit more backwards-compatibility;
I use VC++6. I don't know what it'll take to make it work with the free dev tools, but it must be possible. I'm fairly sure the Embedded Toolkit can compile for CE2.11 targets, although I don't use it myself.