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Rename Soft Filter to Trap Filter

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SuperrSonic committed Mar 23, 2017
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@@ -4137,7 +4137,7 @@ static bool setting_data_append_list_video_options(
CONFIG_BOOL(
g_extern.console.softfilter_enable,
"soft_filter",
"Soft Filter Enable",
"Trap Filter",
false,
"OFF",
"ON",

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twinaphex Aug 6, 2017

Hi there @SuperrSonic.

Sorry for contacting you like this, but I hope you'll indulge us. We had heard that you were able to fix the sticking input problem with the RetroArch Wii port in your fork. However, looking at the source code changes I don't see really anything that could have led to that. So our question is how did you achieve this, and would it be possible you could help us get this into our upstream repo? Is it a custom libogc version that you built, and if so, what needs to be changed in libogc in order to fix this?

Thanks in advance.

twinaphex replied Aug 6, 2017

Hi there @SuperrSonic.

Sorry for contacting you like this, but I hope you'll indulge us. We had heard that you were able to fix the sticking input problem with the RetroArch Wii port in your fork. However, looking at the source code changes I don't see really anything that could have led to that. So our question is how did you achieve this, and would it be possible you could help us get this into our upstream repo? Is it a custom libogc version that you built, and if so, what needs to be changed in libogc in order to fix this?

Thanks in advance.

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Because all you have to do to trigger it is press a button really fast, I was able to quickly test past releases of RetroArch until I found it didn't happen with the wiiuse mod you used to include around 0.9.8.

https://github.com/libretro/RetroArch/tree/82d1e55cf26341a64b12c4e335a038fbc6653244/wii/wiiuse
This version is old and doesn't support CCP among some other things, so I merged those changes manually. I can post my version if necessary.

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SuperrSonic replied Aug 7, 2017

Because all you have to do to trigger it is press a button really fast, I was able to quickly test past releases of RetroArch until I found it didn't happen with the wiiuse mod you used to include around 0.9.8.

https://github.com/libretro/RetroArch/tree/82d1e55cf26341a64b12c4e335a038fbc6653244/wii/wiiuse
This version is old and doesn't support CCP among some other things, so I merged those changes manually. I can post my version if necessary.

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twinaphex Aug 12, 2017

Yes, that would be very cool if you could do that.

twinaphex replied Aug 12, 2017

Yes, that would be very cool if you could do that.

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twinaphex Aug 13, 2017

Hi there @SuperrSonic, any chance you could still upload this version's source code somewhere of wiiuse/libogc? Thanks.

twinaphex replied Aug 13, 2017

Hi there @SuperrSonic, any chance you could still upload this version's source code somewhere of wiiuse/libogc? Thanks.

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twinaphex Aug 16, 2017

Awesome, thanks a lot for posting this!

twinaphex replied Aug 16, 2017

Awesome, thanks a lot for posting this!

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twinaphex Aug 20, 2017

Hi there @SuperrSonic , would just like to follow up on this and tell you that I have now made a baked-in, lightweight libogc version that I am using for RetroArch.

Libogc can be found inside the directory wii/libogc, and there is a Makefile.libogc which lets you recompile libogc. libfat I am manually baking into Makefile.griffin meanwhile.

I am trying to find people now who can test whether or not the input issues are over now.

twinaphex replied Aug 20, 2017

Hi there @SuperrSonic , would just like to follow up on this and tell you that I have now made a baked-in, lightweight libogc version that I am using for RetroArch.

Libogc can be found inside the directory wii/libogc, and there is a Makefile.libogc which lets you recompile libogc. libfat I am manually baking into Makefile.griffin meanwhile.

I am trying to find people now who can test whether or not the input issues are over now.

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