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clrmamepro 4.08b


clrmamepro is a cool little rom manipulation and management engine for Windows.

The clrmame project started in 1997. The first release was a commandline based MS-DOS application. If you now think that it was the first auditing program I have to say: no, you're wrong. There was a tiny little tool (damn..I don't remember its name) which wasn't very powerful but was the first attemp to check your filecollections. I found it not very useful and was frustrated by cleaning filesets by hand at that time. So I decided to write my own utility. clrmame was written in C and was compiled with the GNU compiler. 1997 I changed it to a Windows GUI based program called clrmame For Windows. And finally 1998 clrmamepro was born and looks to be the most powerful ROM- Manager around. clrmamepro is written in C++ and is currently compiled with MS VS2008.



  • added: parsing of driver status flag (good|imperfect|preliminary), %D can be used for set selection
  • misc: some minor optimization for fix missing if one and the same checksum reappears in the same set
  • fixed: 7z utf8 name reading was broken since switch to sdk 9.22 in 4.08 (used local code page instead)
  • fixed: wrong "wrong placed" / "unneeded" prompt when there are softwarelist/non-softwarelist chd clashes
  • fixed: wrong prompt for possible rompath addition for disabled sysdefpaths standard/device/mechanical







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