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    Posted on 19-04-13, 02:57
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    Added, thanks!

    The ending of the words is ALMSIVI.
    Posted on 19-04-13, 07:56 (revision 1)

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    https://github.com/PeterLemon/SNES/tree/master/CPUTest/CPU
    https://github.com/VitorVilela7/SnesSpeedTest

    Not sure what your policy is (or should be) on archiving entire git repositories rather than loose ROMs, but these seem worthy of inclusion somehow.
    Posted on 19-04-13, 09:24
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    Good idea.

    I picked "git subtree", since it copies the content into the repository (so it won't get lost) but preserves the original commit messages, etc. and makes it easy to keep the mirror up-to-date.

    Also, "git subtree" lets you peel a particular subdirectory *out* of a larger repository. That was particularly useful for PeterLemon's CPU tests, since the same repository also contains 300MB of MSU-1 data, which I didn't want to have rattling around.

    The ending of the words is ALMSIVI.
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