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GREAT READ:Making developers more productive — the Dolphin development infrastructure
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https://dolphin-emu.org/blog/2015/01/25/...structure/

I thought the PCSX2 devs would find this interesting. I personally found it very very interesting.
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I don't know what you consider interesting at their infrastructure but, I personally like dolphins progress report which they post every month, that shows how much progress the emulator had attained. I would be glad if, pcsx2 also makes progress report every month, so that users can see how much the project has been progressed.
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#3
Yeah the progress reports are great, I look forward to them every month. I too would be glad if PCSX2 staff did the same thing.

What I find the most interesting is there FIFOCI, that system is extremely impressive. Imagine submitting a commit and knowing right away if there was a renderer regression, without even having to send it out to testers. Impressive stuff.
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(01-26-2015, 07:00 AM)karasuhebi Wrote: FIFOCI, that system is extremely impressive. Imagine submitting a commit and knowing right away if there was a renderer regression, without even having to send it out to testers. Impressive stuff.
Yeah, it also allows comparisons between different dolphin versions and even a real Wii, looks great.
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#5
It's great. Too bad all these things require manpower and we have none.
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#6
Why is that? We should look into it. I mean Dolphin found a way to make itself attractive to new devs, I'm sure PCSX2 can do the same. Let's get some new blood in here! Smile
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we're not doing this again
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(01-26-2015, 07:05 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: we're not doing this again
What are you talking about ? Huh
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Did you even look at the 17 page mess of a thread I linked in my post.
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(01-26-2015, 07:13 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: Did you even look at the 17 page mess of a thread I linked in my post.
Looks like bunch of members complaining about the avg toolbar.
Edit: Just had a full look, Looks like a war happened here before Tongue2
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