For 2. and 3., it arise the question of using a per-game configuration file.
Originally Posted by calculum
We started using one single conf file to store OPL settings + game compatibility settings, and now we have added DNAS settings, GameDisc ID, VMC configuration and maybe in the future child safe status, general game info (description, year of release, ...) and game genre ...
We can't continue with one configuration file, as any changes in one of all these info, mean the rewrite of the whole file (think about 200 games conf file for all these settings ...).
So there will be changes "soon", but we are not decided exactly ... as using a per-game conf file may impact game listing (having to open each file before rendering the list ...)
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