Emulator Issues #8
Cheat search system
Maybe someone should add one.
Should work something like the one in ZSNES.
#15 Updated by AHeinerm almost 10 years ago
Since this is being worked on, I'd like to suggest the following:
- A checkbox for "locking" the values and eliminating any that change.
- An option that compares the value before last. When an unknown value becomes Y -> X -> Y, we would typically need to search for "!= X", but we know that the value Y is the same. An example would be the menu index in some random game, Main Menu -> Options (filter != X) -> Main Menu (we need to do filter != X here despite knowing it was the same value previously).
#17 Updated by knuckles500 over 9 years ago
Hey, sorry for bumping this issue. But I have an idea.
Why don't you just port WiiRD to dolphin? The source code is available (for the command line version at least), but either you can use it or not is a different story. I don't really know too much about WiiRD itself, but I thought I'd mention it here to see if there would be a chance of using WiiRD as a guide of some sort. I know that Dolphin can do some of the things WiiRD can do already when running in debug mode (like dumping the memory, viewing the memory etc), but I really can't get adjusted to using it for hacking.
You can check it out here:
On a side note, I noticed that shuffle2 (?) added USBGecko emulation/support in dolphin. I can't figure out how to get it to work though, since WiiRD (GUI) doesn't seem to see Dolphin at all.
Let me know what you think.