> > Anyway there's still the .diff solution indeed so it's not completely over for the > > derivatives, just a real pain it seems. > > I've used this piece of motivation before, I'll use it again: we have dozens of > life-long Mac users over at Bannister who compile each version of MAME as it comes > out. You aren't dumber than them, are you?
That's not what I meant. And I don't use a Mac so I'm actually smarter than them.
EDIT: just in case since most devs and contributors are probably thinking every user is coming here to bitch; personally I am not worried in the least and quite happy with the latest inclusions. I was just worried for the derivative builds because I think it's a good thing that there are several around. But if you say most should be able to survive this change then it's fine.
> Oh, you didn't know that MAME's HLSL shader system is being used by the NYC Museum of > Modern Art in order to demonstrate arcade games at an exhibit as accurately as > possible? Weird. I guess it does have legitimate uses other than playing free games, > despite what you and the rest of you entitled shitfucks seem to think.
Oh, allowing people to watch pixels dry would be the crown achievement for an emulator indeed.
You know Moogly, you shouldn't even bother reading and posting on public forums if you think so high of yourself and so low of others. Shitfuck.