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    Directories not remembering changes

    This bug has been reported on github. I am trying to resolve it myself though because I don't really want to wait for the next push. PERTAINING TO GBA BIOS Unfortunately I am not familiar with wxWidgets nor this codebase but I am syphoning through it to try and find the solution. Can a developer confirm if this is where the code is being handled to load the configuration settings? CPUInit(gopts.gba_bios.mb_fn_str(), useBiosFileGBA); It is defined @ panel.cpp line 285 CPUInit is also called like this CPUInit(biosFileNameGBA, useBios); @ SDL.cpp line 1825 This function loads in the bios file name. It is defined @ GBA.cpp line 3298 The bios file name grabs the value from the config from function LoadConfig @ ConfigManager.cpp line 464 with this: biosFileNameGBA = ReadPrefString("biosFileGBA"); LoadConfig() is called @ SDL.cpp on line 1718 with this comment: LoadConfig(); // Parse command line arguments (overrides ini) so according to this LoadConfig is only used to override the ini setting when vba-m has additional command line arguments. So we need to find where the config settings are initially loaded from when the application is launched... which seem to be using this object gopts...which as far as i can tell is defined in opts.cpp line 38... opts_t gopts; opts_t also defines some ui component wxString gba_bios this array opt_desc opt contains STROPT("GBA/BiosFile", "", wxTRANSLATE("BIOS file to use, if enabled"), gopts.gba_bios), This defines a section and the corresponding ini setting to search for. Then I think it's taking that value and setting it to the object string gopts.gba_bios. if i try to force "BiosFile" in the GBA section of the ini though it doesn't do anything. In fact after I load an instance of vba-m and exit it deletes the line with "BiosFile". There is a line that says "biosFileGBA" in the ini however. If I change the above line to STROPT("GBA/biosFileGBA", "", wxTRANSLATE("BIOS file to use, if enabled"), gopts.gba_bios) this doesn't fix anything. So the problem stems deeper into how vba-m is actually reading and writing to the ini/cfg file. This function: void OpenPreferences(const char *name) { if (!preferences && name) preferences = iniparser_load(name); } is actually reading from the config.ini file it calls a function iniparser_load which returns a dictionary. it has this description This is the parser for ini files. This function is called, providing the name of the file to be read. It returns a dictionary object that should not be accessed directly, but through accessor functions instead. So now I'm at a wall because I don't have VS2013 I can't properly build the project to actually debug this and see what iniparser_load is returning on top of this i am not so familiar with c/c++ but I believe this may be the root of the problem?
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