mupen64plus-gui is written in Qt5. It supports everything you'd expect from a mupen64plus frontend (plugin selection, configuration editing, save state management, screenshots, pausing, etc).
You can try this out by downloading m64p. m64p is mupen64plus + GLideN64 + this GUI
- Qt 5.4 (this comes statically linked with the Windows binary build in m64p, so you don't need to worry about this on Windows)
- SDL2 Your copy of mupen64plus-core (libmupen64plus.so.2) also needs to be linked against SDL2
Building (tested on GNU/Linux and MinGW)
On Debian and Ubuntu, you'll want to install
git clone https://github.com/m64p/mupen64plus-gui.git cd mupen64plus-gui mkdir build cd build qmake ../mupen64plus-gui.pro make -j`nproc`
Then you can run