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Surely if the code was that bloated you shouldn't have released the compiled version...
If your prepared to release the build, your source release should coincide and be shared at the same time.
If you don't care that its in the compiled version, why should we care its in the source!??
Also, on the + side, looking at the above quoted post its nice to see you have infact mentioned others and given thanks .... but those names should be in the readme file when you release as well
Rogero Manager v7.1 –
Version 7.1 just posted on first page with source code
Last edited by jtanner; 10-22-2010 at 09:57 AM.
Reason: Rogero has still shaffted us for source code
I just included the needed files to look at the code and have it compile without any problem by any dev/coder out there who knows how to create some folders and a Makefile for it.
Originally Posted by jtanner
But it seems some amateurs still like spoon-feeding, and i will release the full folder specifically for these people.
Its not about spoon-feeding, its about releasing something in its entirety
Originally Posted by Rogero
Personally sick of the bitching that is spread over numerous threads !!
Originally Posted by Rogero
Looks like a good manager........
couple of questions Rogero
1 - will this overwrite my OM 1.71 ? (dont want to lose my backed up games)
2 - where do we put covers for backgrounds, and what format do they need to be ?.
thanks in advance
The GUI looks great, but I've already come across a compatibility issue. Medal of honor won't work, not even in "patch" mode. Medal of honor works perfectly in patch mode with moh's manager and gaia manager v1.0. This manager has good potential, and it already delivers in the gui area, now it needs to deliver in game compatibility. With all due respect, rogero should probably look at moh's OM source and figure out why his manager has better compatibility, he already credits others for some of the code used here. Might as well go all the way and make it just as functional as the others. I think it's pretty much the general consensus that people will go with the most functional manager. Maybe by version 8 rogero will focus on compatibility.
1- If you use the LAUN12345 package, it will overwrite any manager installed in that folder without any problem, also if u use the LAUN12353 package, it will install to the folder LAUN12353 without overwriting any other manager, and can be used normally side by side with other ones. Now, both packages will always look for the games in / dev/hdd0/game/LAUN12345/GAMEZ/ and also you can edit the ini file in the installation folder to change the path for the Games folder.
Originally Posted by htfc06
2- for loading the Backgroound images of the games, you don't need to do anything, it will load the BG from the Game folder itself.
I hope this helps.
Actually I just got Medal of Honor today, I didn't have it for testing before and i will be testing it and fixing code as needed to make it run.
Originally Posted by erickdj
Second, I'm glad to hear that, at least this is proof #1 that my manager and Moh-sakhaii's version have different code