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Old 14 July 2003, 15:30   #76
CodyJarrett
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I've considered it in the past, but the problem is that with each emulator update the settings required for a game might change, so you would have to recheck every game to stop the compatibility data getting out of date.

Also, most games do tend to work well in a standard config and with WinUAE compatibility getting better with every release the benefit of a project such as this is dubious.

Not to mention the vast amount of time required to do it, especially if you want to include WinFellow as well as WinUAE. And then compatibility can be improved with WHDLoad and CAPS, so do you use those or normal cracks? And which version of a crack should you use when there are several? Some emulator incompatibilities turn out to be dodgy disks or missing files.
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