11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by pianohombre, June 02, 2017, 03:50:16 PM
Quote from: tvtoon on June 03, 2017, 10:23:43 AMSo now that your problem has been revealed to be Lunar Compress, feel free to download the DLL version, wrap it around your GUI using Visual Studio and amuse us with how easy it will work out!
QuoteMethod 1: Learn how to use the Command PromptPress Windows+R, type cmd and confirm.The scary black Command Prompt window will appear.Type this: CD "C:\etc\caetera\Folder_Where_Tool_is" /D and press Enter.You may not even have to do this step, just right-click on the folder where the tool is, while holding Shift, and the contextual menu will have "Open Command Prompt Here".Now type the tool's name. For example here: RSEARCH.EXEIt's probably not the correct way to use it.The tool's author will have some extensive help here usually about how to use it.That's where I got the usage tips above from.Now in the command prompt type this: RSEARCH text.txtAnd that should be it. Really.
Quote from: flame on June 07, 2017, 03:14:30 AMGHANMI, really, people are having to:1) Type xdelta -?, read what it says, understand what it means (difficult even for me) and then:2) Type something like: xdelta.exe -9 -S djw -B 1812725760 -e -vfs "old.iso" "new.iso" "SERIAL_Old-CRC_to_New-CRC.xdelta3″ That's out of range of most people, hence xdelta UI tool (a GUI wrapper for xdelta)A lot of tools are more simple than that and are perfectly usable on the command line for most people, but not that one.
Quote from: Zoinkity on June 02, 2017, 11:27:03 PMWait--OP wasn't pure sarcasm?
Quote from: Disch on June 02, 2017, 04:36:47 PMMednafen? Does that have a GUI yet? I haven't used it in years -- mainly for this reason.
Quote from: pianohombre on June 22, 2017, 06:24:04 AMI don't see what all the big fuss is about. I never had much trouble creating GUI, at least in programs using C++ and Java. You can just drag and drop menu items in some of the more popular compilers. Sure, if it only does a few things no biggie, but I mean is it really that much extra work?
Quote from: pianohombre on June 25, 2017, 10:19:24 PMThis post was more a rant & rave than a post about how I'm going to try and fix the rom-hacking archives.
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