Chaos ahead
Well.

I guess that within the current situation, I owe you a post to keep you informed on things.


We're envisioning FLTK for a new UI, but I have yet to give it a try and see whether it would be a good fit for melonDS given how it works.

Motivation is at a low here though.

But, to give you an idea what to expect: given the scope of what we are developing, we're aiming straight for a 0.9 release.


The IRL situation isn't helping things. You might be aware of the coronavirus. We at the Melon Factory of Kuribo64 are fine for now, but the pandemic is growing, and with it, a set of heavy consequences.

After underestimating the virus for a while, France is finally taking confinment measures.

That may slow things down regarding the plans I have IRL, like, my attempts at getting a decent job.

What worries me more than the coronavirus, though, is the ongoing economical crisis. Markets are crashing and I guess it's not a good thing. It all seems abstract for now, but sure enough, in a while we will begin seeing concrete effects to this. Like, I don't think this is the best time for getting a job, but it's also going to be a mediocre time in general for the smallest and most vulnerable.

So, I'm keeping a close eye on all that. Worst case would mean I'd have to take immediate action to avoid going bankrupt and ending up homeless. Probably ending up in some squat.
Person 3274 says:
Mar 28th 2020
Is it possible to transfer a save from one emulator to this one?
rainbow dragon says:
Mar 29th 2020
Thank you for all your hard work! Stay safe, and take care of yourself <3
AsPika2219 says:
Mar 31st 2020
Waiting for MelonDS added into BizHawk multi emulator.
nathanielcwm says:
Apr 1st 2020
Person 3274
If you are talking about DeSmuME there is an option to export it in a format that can be used by melonDS
AsPika2219 says:
Apr 1st 2020
Oh yeah! Take notice! Newest Desmume GIT build was DROPPED 32 BIT SUPPORT!!! That's meaning, Desmume only run on 64 bit for Windows XP through Windows 10. So, use No$gba for running on 32 bit or use old GIT build for Desmume here! https://ci.appveyor.com/project/zeromus/desmume/history
RSDuck aka Generic says:
Apr 4th 2020
Dropping 32-bit support in 2020 is really nothing you can blame anyone for
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