GXMame is a frontend for XMame which uses the GTK library to provide the same GUI as mame32. It can control xmame with almost all options.
|Tags||Emulators Games/Entertainment Arcade|
Release Notes: This version can use the GTK2 libraries. The columns layout is editable and sortable. There is a new tree view (clone games can be folded under the original one), a button to suppress a specific game option, two new translations (Simplified Chinese and Greek (not complete)), and many fixes for bugs and memory leaks.
Release Notes: BIOS option support, UGCI(tm) coin/play option support, and a Traditional Chinese translation have been added. Compilation for non-gcc and non-Linux systems has been fixed.
Release Notes: Some options were changed to work with Xmame-0.66.x, but backward compatibility was kept, so you shouldn't have problems with older version of xmame. A skip disclaimer and gameinfo options were added. Support for different keyboard layouts was added. Support for the catver.ini file from www.catver.com was added. Unzipped icons now work. Other bug fixes and code cleanups were also done.
Release Notes: In this release new options of xmame-0.62prX were added, icons support (zipped and non zipped) was added, a new view (indented view) was added, the user can now set additional options string, the user can now changes to color of the clones games, the user can now changes the font of the folders and game list, an option for Netmame 0.6 rc1 was added, the directory options were reorganised into several tabs, some icons were changed, and there were bug fixes and code cleanups.
Release Notes: This release supports the new options of xmame 0.61.1. It has support for multiple executables support and zipped screenshots. Joystick support has been improved (faster navigation with left and right) and selection is disabled when some dialog boxes are open. Warning messages have been added. There is a menu to record and play back games, some options layout reorganization, a Polish translation, a Debian directory to build .deb, HTML documentation, and a lot of bugfixes