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Need a conversion to read a .xml file
« on: 19 January 2021, 12:03 »

Hello Roman.
We have a problem with updates using Supermodel 3 emulator, so we have a folder inside of the emulator is using always a .xml file with name of the games and rom name's, so i just ask to make it compatible to read on clrmamepro that .xml file everytime we need to take a check, so here it is the file from the emulator.
Thanks and keep it up, this tool is very easy to use it and it saves a lot of time.
Bye.  :D
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Re: Need a conversion to read a .xml file
« Reply #1 on: 24 December 2021, 07:57 »

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Re: Need a conversion to read a .xml file
« Reply #2 on: 13 July 2022, 09:29 »

It was a great opportunity to find this kind of knowledge, and I'm glad I did.

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Re: Need a conversion to read a .xml file
« Reply #3 on: 18 March 2023, 07:41 »

Hello Roman.
We have a problem with updates using Supermodel 3 emulator, so we have a folder inside of the emulator is using always a .xml file with name of the games and rom name's, so i just ask to make it compatible to read on clrmamepro that .xml file everytime we need to take a check, so here it is the file from the emulator.
Thanks and keep it up, this tool is very easy to use it and it saves a lot of time.
Bye.  :D
The Supermodel 3 emulator uses an XML file to store information about the games and ROMs it supports. The XML file typically includes details such as the game name, version, and ROM file name. It's possible to use this file with clrmamepro, which is a tool that helps manage ROM files and ensure they are properly matched to the correct game.

To use the Supermodel 3 emulator's XML file with clrmamepro, you'll need to create a datfile that describes the structure of the XML file. A datfile is a text file that provides information about the ROMs and the games they belong to, and clrmamepro uses this file to verify that your ROMs are correct.

There are a few steps involved in creating a datfile for the Supermodel 3 emulator's XML file. First, you'll need to open the XML file in a text editor and examine its structure. Then, you'll need to create a datfile that matches this structure, using the appropriate tags and attributes to describe the games and ROMs.

Once you've created the datfile, you can use it with clrmamepro to verify your ROMs and ensure that they are correctly matched to the appropriate games. This can help you identify any missing or incorrect ROMs, and ensure that your emulator is working correctly.

I hope this information helps you resolve your issue. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask!
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Re: Need a conversion to read a .xml file
« Reply #4 on: 03 April 2023, 18:20 »

To read an XML file, you can use a text editor or an XML parser. Here are some steps you can follow to read a .xml file:

Open a text editor like Notepad, Sublime Text, or Visual Studio Code.

Go to "File" and select "Open". Navigate to the location of the .xml file you want to read and select it.

The .xml file will open in the text editor, displaying the XML code. You can then read the contents of the file and make any necessary changes.
This code will parse the XML file and print out the tag names and attributes of each element in the file. You can modify the code to access specific elements or attributes based on your needs.
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Re: Need a conversion to read a .xml file
« Reply #5 on: 30 April 2023, 08:25 »

To read an XML file, you can use a text editor or an XML parser. Here are some steps you can follow to read a .xml file:

Open a text editor like Notepad, Sublime Text, or Visual Studio Code.

Go to "File" and select "Open". Navigate to the location of the .xml file you want to read and select it.

The .xml file will open in the text editor, displaying the XML code. You can then read the contents of the file and make any necessary changes.
This code will parse the XML file and print out the tag names and attributes of each element in the file. You can modify the code to access specific elements or attributes based on your needs.
It's important to note that while a text editor can display the contents of an XML file, it may not be the best tool for parsing and processing the file data. For more complex XML files, an XML parser is recommended.

Here are some steps you can follow to use an XML parser to read an XML file:

Choose an XML parser that fits your programming language and platform. Some popular options include:
Python: ElementTree, lxml, xml.etree.ElementTree
Java: SAX, DOM, JDOM, StAX
C#: XmlReader, XmlDocument, XDocument
Open the XML file in the parser by specifying the file path.

Parse the XML data using the parser's methods and functions. This can involve accessing specific elements or attributes, iterating through the entire file, or performing other operations on the data.

Once you have processed the data, you can output it to a file, database, or other destination as needed.

By using an XML parser, you can more easily and efficiently read and process the data contained in an XML file, making it a powerful tool for working with structured data.
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