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EmuCR: PCSX2PCSX2 Git (2016/08/21) is compiled. PCSX2 is an open source PlayStation 2 (PS2) emulator for the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. With the most recent versions, many PS2 games are playable (although speed limitations have made play-to-completion tests for many games impractical), and several games are claimed to have full functionality.

PCSX2 Git Changelog:
* editorConfig: use tabs instead of spaces (indent stays 4)
The vast majority of PCSX2 files use tabs for indentations, and all new
commits also use tabs for indents and not spaces. Therefore, having space
.editorConfig makes it extremely hard to work on PCSX2 files with editors
which support this config file.
There were some concerns that github will make things harder for us
with tabs at .editorConfig, and if that indeed becomes an issue then
we'll have to address it somehow. For now, let's hope it won't.
Also, commented out the line which automatically removes trailing
spaces, since it affects the entire file and therefore makes changes
which the committer did not intend to make at places unrelated to the
commit.
* build.sh: use $flags instead of "$flags"
Otherwise bash add tick around it and cmake doesn't understand what happen
* build.sh: use clang when clang-tidy is enabled
avoid tons of warning that options XXX isn't supported
* Merge pull request #1528 from aktau/build-posixify
build.sh: simplify and semi-modernize
* build.sh: simplify and semi-modernize
1. All POSIX shells support $(...) syntax [1], including /bin/sh. shellcheck
warns about it.
2. [[ won't work in /bin/sh [2], so use [ everywhere. I wonder why it worked
now, perhaps the test was running on a system where /bin/sh -> /bin/bash.
3. In POSIX sh, string indexing is undefined. [SC2039]. Unfortunately, this
means we require a subprocess: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DashAsBinSh. Very
ugly.
4. In POSIX sh, arrays are undefined. We seem to use $flags as an array
after constructing it by string concatenation. I tried to verify that
this has the same effect as just passing the quoted string in bash:
bash-3.2$ flags="-DCMAKE_GOOK"
bash-3.2$ flags="$flags -DCMAKE_MOARMA"
bash-3.2$ flags="$flags -DCMAKE_URURURUR"
bash-3.2$ ./argv $flags
0: ./argv
1: -DCMAKE_GOOK
2: -DCMAKE_MOARMA
3: -DCMAKE_URURURUR
bash-3.2$ ./argv "${flags[@]}"
0: ./argv
1: -DCMAKE_GOOK -DCMAKE_MOARMA -DCMAKE_URURURUR
bash-3.2$ ./argv "$flags"
0: ./argv
1: -DCMAKE_GOOK -DCMAKE_MOARMA -DCMAKE_URURURUR
bash-3.2$
5. Enable exit on unknown variable (-u). All variables should be known,
otherwise we have an error in the script. shellcheck doesn't warn so I
think it's fine.
Apart from shellcheck(1), I also ran checkbashisms(1). The latter only
reported that "command -v" might not be available in other shells.
Apparently only ash(1) doesn't understand it.
NOTE: Why are we even trying to support pre-Mavericks (Darwin < 13) OSX? We don't even support the most modern OSX (El Capitan) fully yet. OSX upgrades are free and generally don't leave old machines behind. Most machines made after 2009 can upgrade to El Capitan, AFAIK. I also believe that systems that have all the utilities and libraries necessary to build PCSX2 will have /bin/bash >= 3.x.
NOTE 2: Does cmake/ninja generate the same type of output in
compile_commands.json?
[1]: http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/009695399/utilities/xcu_chap02.html#tag_02_06_03
[2]: http://serverfault.com/a/52050
* i10n: upload precompiled es file
* gsdx: Allow screenshot compression level to be changed
At higher resolutions it takes too much time to save a screenshot at the
maximum compression level. So let's allow the user to set the
compression level.
This re-uses the png_compression_level setting. The default compression
level is 1 for speed, but if the user wishes to increase the compression
level (without using an external tool) and doesn't mind if the
screenshot takes more time to save then they can increase the
compression level up to a maximum of 9 (which can take quite a while).
Fixes #1527.


Download: PCSX2 Git (2016/08/21)
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