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Haze
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Re: Embarassingly simple question I can't figure out.
04/12/18 09:31 AM


> Is there a way to make baseline MAME sort or filter games and clones depending on
> what version they were added to the emulator?
>
> I mean I'm pretty sure you can do this with a frontend and I think you could do this
> with MAME32 (or whatever it's called now...) but I just want to see if this is
> possible using nothing but baseline MAME.
>
> Yes, I suck, but that's besides the point.
>
> Thanks.

unfortunately the main reason people ask this is because they want to run something in the earliest version it was added / marked as working 'because that version will run faster'

which is invariably the worst thing anybody could possibly be doing

it's basically a meaningless piece of metadata because what is more important is when something last had actual improvements.

there's no good reason to officially keep track of it anyway







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Subject Posted by Posted on
* Embarassingly simple question I can't figure out. Kitsune Sniper 04/12/18 02:51 AM
. * Re: Embarassingly simple question I can't figure out. Robbbert  04/18/18 03:13 PM
. * Re: Embarassingly simple question I can't figure out. Haze  04/12/18 09:31 AM
. * Re: Embarassingly simple question I can't figure out. SmitdoggAdministrator  04/13/18 07:10 PM
. * Re: Embarassingly simple question I can't figure out. B2K24  04/12/18 05:21 AM
. * Re: Embarassingly simple question I can't figure out. BIOS-D  04/12/18 05:18 AM
. * Re: Embarassingly simple question I can't figure out. remax  04/18/18 01:46 PM
. * Thanks, that helped, and I think I figured out everything else. Mostly. *nt* Kitsune Sniper  04/12/18 06:59 AM

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