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multi-platform emulator, including NES, GB/A, Lynx, PC Engine
Mednafen is a command-line driven emulator for many different systems. It has full support for OpenGL and SDL graphics, network play, remappable input configuration, joystick and keyboard support, save states, game rewinding, GSF playback, and screenshots. . The systems supported by Mednafen are: * Atari Lynx * GameBoy * GameBoy Color * GameBoy Advance * NES * SNES * Virtual Boy * PC Engine (TurboGrafx 16) * PC-FX * SuperGrafx * NeoGeo Pocket, NeoGeo Pocket Color * WonderSwan * Sega Genesis / Mega Drive * Sony PlayStation . Hardware emulated by Mednafen includes: * NES gamepad, Zapper, PowerPad * Four-Score, Famicom multiplayer adapter * Arkanoid, HyperShot, Space Shadow, Mahjong controllers * Oeka Kids tablet, Quiz King buzzers, Family Trainer, Barcode World * Game Genie
System Settings for Ubuntu Touch - Autopilot tests
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Class based CSV parser/writer
This module can be used to create objects from CSV files, or to create CSV files from objects. Text::CSV_XS is used for parsing and creating CSV file lines, so any limitations in Text::CSV_XS will of course be inherant in this module. . This description was automagically extracted from the module by dh-make-perl.
perl module which provides a testing framework
The Test::Cmd module provides a framework for portable automated testing of executable commands and scripts (in any language, not just Perl), especially commands and scripts that interface with the file system.
Documentation for Maven Site Plugin
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loader plugin for loading text resources
It is nice to build HTML using regular HTML tags, instead of building up DOM structures in script. However, there is no good way to embed HTML in a JavaScript file. The best that can be done is using a string of HTML, but that can be hard to manage, particularly for multi-line HTML. . The text.js AMD loader plugin can help with this issue. It will automatically be loaded if the text! prefix is used for a dependency.