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EmuCR:DeSmuMEDeSmuME Git (2020/09/10) is compiled. DeSmuME is an open source Nintendo DS(NDS) emulator for Linux, Mac OS and Windows. DeSmuME supports save states, the ability to increase the size of the screen and it supports filters to improve image quality. DeSmuME also supports microphone use on Windows and Linux ports, as well as direct video and audio recording. The emulator also features a built-in movie recorder.

DeSmuME Git Changelog:
* Merge pull request #370 from linkmauve/fixup
* GTK: Restore content scaling
* GTK: Fix a build issue in a lambda
* Merge pull request #368 from linkmauve/gtk3
* GTK: Restore the open recent submenu
* GTK: Restore savestate menu
* GTK: Properly guard HUD function when AGG isn’t found
* GTK: Reimplement the toolbar using GtkBuilder
* GTK: Migrate from GtkAction to GAction
* GTK: Replace deprecated gdk_window_get_pointer() with gdk_window_get_device_position()
* GTK: Replace deprecated GtkHButtonBox with horizontal GtkButtonBox
* GTK: Replace deprecated GtkHRange with horizontal GtkRange
* GTK: Replace stock texts with their actual string
* GTK: Replace GtkTable with GtkGrid, in a UI string
* GTK: Use modern GDK accessors to its Cairo context
* GTK: Migrate from gtk_main() to GtkApplication
* GTK: Replace GtkFileChooserDialog with GtkFileChooserNative
* GTK: Remove usage of deprecated GtkMisc
* GTK: Replace deprecated GtkVBox/GtkHBox with GtkBox
* GTK: Remove deprecated gtk_widget_modify_bg()
* GTK: Reenable deprecation warnings
* GTK: Restore drawing capability
* GTK: Use accessor to retrieve GtkAdjustment value
* GTK: Fetch widget’s window with the relevant function
* GTK: Fetch dialogs’ content area with the relevant function
* GTK: Rename GDK keys to their new name
* GTK: Switch to gtk3 instead of gtk2
* GTK: Add a meson build system
* GTK: Add missing include when neither OSMesa nor GLX are enabled
* Remove executable bit from source files

Download: DeSmuME Git (2020/09/10) x64
Source: Here

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