> > > So what I'm asking is, is there any utility that can filter out incomplete
> > emulation ROMs?
> > It's not automatic, but you could use a frontend like Emuloader to get a list of
> > non-working drivers. From there you'd have to manually go through your ROMs and
> > out the ones you don't want. Emuloader has a "delete game" option on its
> > menu, but I think that just removes the game from Emuloader's list, rather that
> > deleting the ROM itself.
if you use the "Delete Selected Games" in Emu Loader, it actually deletes game .zip files and config files from the disk, not from the games list.
> Better yet, Ciro (Emuloader author) recently re-wrote MAME Content Manager, which
> DOES delete ROMs and might do what you want (can't remember if it can sort on
> GAME_NOT_WORKING but it can based on Category.ini). Even if it can't, I'm sure Ciro
> could add desired features quickly.
I could add a feature in MCM Plus to show the set status yes, but if I'm not mistaken, the only way to get the driver status info is from MAME's "-listxml" output. Generating this output takes several seconds. Good thing it only does that once after you select a new MAME executable.
Ciro Alfredo Consentino
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