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SubjectRe: long see no time Reply to this message
Posted byTekhmaster
Posted on06/10/03 01:17 AM

Hi Darren,
I'm still around. Haven't had alot of time over the last year but still managed to get best Emulator Award in PocketPC Mag even without doing much work on it :)

Never really expected to be the lead Artist on this project back when Ben generated the initial project and caused the buzz. Just lucky I have too much free time to keep poking at it I guess :).

Marconnelly is still around I suspect, just in the 'personal busy' mode Im guessing.

I still develop against my Casio E115. Using it as the low water line device. Trying to get my code up to current specs, but the graphics drawing has been redesigned and I need to figure out the conversion from mame_bitmap to DIB_bitmap.

Eamil me with a copy of the EXE for your version and I will add it to my new mirror that I am building for downloads. Mameworld informed me that I am the largest bandwidth user on their site and they want me to aquire mirrors to help reduce the load.

Good to hear from you.

> Just dropping in to say 'hi'. I haven't even played MAME on my (antiquated Casio
> E-100) PDA in forever, much less looked at the source, much less compiled it.
> Heck, I don't even think I've installed an environment to build it in, since I
> upgraded to Win2k. I'd pretty much forgotten about MAMECE-10X until a guy
> emailed me asking about the source ther other week. Good you're is still
> plugging away at it, Techmaster :-) Did ole Ben Cooley ever re-materialize? Is
> Marconnelly still active? Looks like the link to the 'MameBoy' webpage doesn't
> work (or perhaps it just uses some crap that The Proxomitron or Opera nix...)
> I keep treating my PDA carelessly, hoping it'll break so I can upgrade ;) but
> it just keeps on ticking... and I can't bring myself to buy a new one when my
> current one is still working just fine (I'm weird like that). Hopefully one day
> it'll go to PDA-heaven and I'll get me a new one and get back into building
> MAME for it :) The first thing I'd do for my own personal build is comment out
> the line that calls that friggin function to display the crap and make you
> "press OK..." :P
> I realize the link to the source on the MAMECE-10X page is broken... friggin ISP
> that changes crap every time I turn around... I found an old zip of it on my
> drive, I hope it's similar to what was the .exe represents... I'm gonna try to
> fix that link soon.
> Darren


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*long see no time  DarrenF04/06/03 02:20 PM
..Re: long see no time  Tekhmaster06/10/03 01:17 AM
.*Re: long see no time  Anonymously05/15/03 12:24 PM