> > > I heard the disc of it was dumped on the floor of California Extreme years ago,
> > > not sure if the arcade system used a different bios than the original 3DO but I
> > think
> > > it's more an issue of 3DO not being emulated in mame.
> > There's a working driver but because Uncle Phil saw the FreeDO code in the process
> > he's license-banned from being able to submit it. I hate legal bullshit.
> Does that also apply to "Tobe! Polystars"?
> Also, why does the FeeDO code have such a strange license? Why do they care so much
> about people seeing their code for an obscure console no one played? I don't get it.
This is what we're talking about BTW.
If you thought the old MAME license was a bit weird, check this out and think through the ramifications.
Anyhow, the rumor is they've had a long history of people ripping them off in various ways so this is their reaction. MAMEDev reacted differently to such shenanigans years ago but also did a non-OSI-compliant license for the longest while. It's no different, to be honest.
Anyhow I think we're done here, I don't want to see any bashing of other emulators around here, so thread lock