DeSmuME is an open-source Nintendo DS emulator for PCs running either Linux, Mac, or Windows OS.
The DeSmuME emulator supports save states and the ability to increase the size of the screen. Users can improve image quality through the use of filters. Apart from that, it also features microphone use for Windows and Linux ports, and even direct video and audio recording to boot.
mc: Remove unused crc argument from ADVANsCEne::check
This should fix #3411141
mc: rename ADVANsCEne::check() to ::checkDB() to fix compilation on MacOS X
Also while at it define it as class instead of struct.
Another step to fix #3411141
cocoa: Add tinyxml to xcode project file to compile latest svn
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