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Old 13th April 2013, 02:40 PM
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I never really used non-official releases of 1964, just the stuff schibo and Rice did.

I rarely see any discussion about anything else.
So it doesn't seem likely that we would have to "worry" about forums like this supporting their use.

Really should look at that DllConfig requirement in RSP plugin specs though.
Maybe it was already fixed in the non-official releases, haven't checked.

All I really know about pokefan, is that Gent suckered him along with me and some other dudes into joining "his" (yes, not icepir8's) icepir8 TR64 OpenGL dev forum, shortly before pissing away.

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The funny thing is, this "child" frequently demanded the Project64 source \o/
*sees a popular open-source emulator*
*feels the sexually compelling need to touch it*

*sees a closed-source emulator*
*needs to boss some people around into open-sourcing it for my dominance*

*doesn't see a private emulator which never got released, knowing people like me would bitch like a fag*
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Old 17th April 2013, 08:40 PM
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Why not stop fighting and asking him to join the Open Source PJ64 Development Team. He did a lot of changes and compatibility fixes to the Glide64 code and just needs to reconsider his decision to not release it.

The N64 emulation scene urgently needs more talented people. His recent youtube video indicates that he might be willing to release he source, so why not just let him do that.
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Old 17th April 2013, 09:05 PM
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You think it's such a good idea, then why do you not ask him?

In this realm of the world, it doesn't take a fellow programmer to ask someone to contribute to open-source.

The result will be the same either way. He'll accuse you of being a communist, alien mutant, mupen64plus dev, whatever crosses his mind first, when he realizes that a particular portion of the project is not one in which he can fit in.


I think he knows already that zilmar doesn't need any of his help.
It possibly could be of use, dunno, never looked at any of pokefan's source before.
But is he needed as much he deceives himself to think...?

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Old 20th April 2013, 12:35 AM
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He did a lot of changes and compatibility fixes to the Glide64 code and just needs to reconsider his decision to not release it.
No, the person is legally obligated to release source. But since people can't reason with the person, only option is legal action.
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Old 20th April 2013, 03:58 AM
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No, the person is legally obligated to release source. But since people can't reason with the person, only option is legal action.

We don't need Pokefan's crap

its already been pointed out his changes are merely hacks or just break things worse xD

that kid is a fool.
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Old 20th April 2013, 08:06 AM
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Oh jolly good then.
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Old 20th April 2013, 01:31 PM
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Note to self: don't ever cross any of the guys/girls on PJ64 forums.

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Old 20th April 2013, 03:19 PM
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Note to self: don't ever cross any of the guys/girls on PJ64 forums.

Uh...why? These guys aren't going to bite your head off. It's Pokefan they're talking about, not you.
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