Fix Delete command (evt_cmd_delete) in GUI (Fix #3)
mymc+ is a PlayStation 2 memory card manager for to be used with .ps2 images as created by the PCSX2 emulator for example.
It is based on the classic mymc utility created by Ross Ridge and released as Public Domain. Changes that have been made from the original code include the following:
Please note that mymc+ is released under the GPLv3, not Public Domain!
Here is an overview of most features:
mymc+ is available on PyPI. You can install it, including the GUI, using pip:
pip install mymcplus[gui]
If you only wish to install the command line interface, simply omit the gui extra:
pip install mymcplus
If the GUI component is installed (i.e. wxPython can be found), it can simply be started using the following command:
The command line interface can be used like this:
Usage: /usr/bin/mymcplus [-ih] memcard.ps2 command [...] Manipulate PS2 memory card images. Supported commands: add: Add files to the memory card. check: Check for file system errors. clear: Clear mode flags on files and directories delete: Recursively delete a directory (save file). df: Display the amount free space. dir: Display save file information. export: Export save files from the memory card. extract: Extract files from the memory card. format: Creates a new memory card image. gui: Starts the graphical user interface. import: Import save files into the memory card. ls: List the contents of a directory. mkdir: Make directories. remove: Remove files and directories. set: Set mode flags on files and directories Options: --version show program's version number and exit -h, --help show this help message and exit -i, --ignore-ecc Ignore ECC errors while reading.
It is always necessary to specify the path to a memory card image
-i <path> first. For example:
mymcplus -i empty.ps2 format
creates the file
empty.ps2 and formats it as an empty memory card.
Send bug reports or patches using git send-email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
by Florian Märkl, based on mymc by Ross Ridge
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