Start by using a supported pcsx2 version, like 1.0.0...
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Downloaded it and yes, it works damn fine. Thanks!
0.9.6 is an official release Topken, but it's ancient outdated piece of software. No need to say that he got an unofficial port.
Never used it so I don't know its svn number
02-22-2013, 03:06 PM
(This post was last modified: 02-22-2013, 03:07 PM by nosisab Ken Keleh.)
(02-22-2013, 01:23 PM)Topken Wrote: Never used it so I don't know its svn number
No secret, at the download tab at the main PCSX2 page use the "Development" (will be a SVN visible there).
The SVN is a method to organize the development between the developers and provide consistent version and building numbers. On the other side that means the SVN is yet untested and may introduce bugs. But that is rare compared with the number of enhancement it produces, so SVN for the final user is a calculated risk.
As general advice, if you are not having problems with the games you play, stay with the official release, if having specific troubles or just want to participate to the development as a kind of beta tester, go SVN. At least you'll have the bleeding edge so
PS: Of course the 1.0 is the newest official version, any version prior that is not supported anymore.
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