What's wrong with openMSX?

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Por mth

Champion (503)

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27-12-2003, 09:17

Ivan: Try "-ext scc+" instead. openMSX 0.3.3 doesn't complain about unknown command line options, it just ignores them, so the "-extension" you typed had no effect. This behaviour will be fixed in the next release (it's already fixed in CVS).

mars2000you: You can insert disks from any directory, but you'll have to specify the path. I'm not sure whether directories in the Windows port should be separated using '/' or ''.

GuyveR800: The features you describe are not available yet in a released version of openMSX. The next release (0.3.4) will have a prototype of the control interface implemented, but that will be replaced by a more carefully designed and future-proof protocol in openMSX 0.4.0.

Por Arjan

Paladin (756)

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27-12-2003, 20:54

directories in Windows have to be separated with /, backslash doesn't work (first of all the parser handles them liked escape characters, but double backslashes don't work either)

Por Manuel

Ascended (18393)

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27-12-2003, 23:33

Ivan: Try "-ext scc+" instead. openMSX 0.3.3 doesn't complain about unknown command line options, it just ignores them, so the "-extension" you typed had no effect.

Darn! Totally overlooked that he didn't write 'ext' but 'extension'... :/


mars2000you: You can insert disks from any directory, but you'll have to specify the path. I'm not sure whether directories in the Windows port should be separated using '/' or ''.

Indeed, try to use the TAB key to make this more convenient! Also in Windows one should use '/' indeed.

Por Manuel

Ascended (18393)

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25-01-2004, 01:21

OK, we released 0.3.4...

Soon we will release a new openMSX Catapult... which is slowly going from launcher to GUI...!

After that: what is still wrong with openMSX? Smile

Por Yukio

Paragon (1540)

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07-02-2004, 18:34

I suppose it comes with a utility disk for saving SRAM to disk and vice versa?

Could be cool a utility for this purpose!

Not that I know of. But I don't have the full packaged thing, only the cart itself. Someone?
The only official utility I know is called FM-PAC.

CALL FMPAC in BASIC.

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