These files contain transparency information for cps1, cps2 and neogeo games, and go to a blend directory inside the raine directory. Here is the version of january 2015.
You can find the file on this site. Just place the history.dat in the raine folder ((?! icon and then "Game info" after loading a game). There is an old version hosted locally here.
Here is a version from september 2009, updated with hiscores for these neoraine games : mslug, kof94, kof96, kof97, kof98, kof99, last blade and last blade 2. I hope these scores will be merged later in the official version : hiscore.7z.
Didn't test the site for the unofficial site for a very long time, if you are curious, it's here : http://www.mameworld.info/highscore/.
Same thing here, place this in the raine directory, it will be recognized by the games using it and you'll see a "show command.dat info" appearing in the main menu. Here it is.
And here is a spanish translation : command_longhand_TRAD_ESP_BASICA_V001.7z.
EmuDx filesYou can place these files either in the raine main directory or in the emudx sub folder. They provide better graphics/sounds for the emulation...
notice : pacmanm.dx2 and mspacmanm.dx2 are not used for now...
Artwork filesThese files go into the artwork directory. They are pictures mainly to fill the ugly black borders in vertical games...
These are ancient files now, they work only with normal blits or yuv overlays, not with the opengl driver yet. Notice that the same bezel will work for all the clones. For example, the file 1941.zip below will work for the 3 versions of the game (US, World and Japan).
RomsSince almost all the roms used by raine are copyrighted, there are no roms on this site. There is 1 free rom, f2demo, which does absolutely nothing interesting except displaying a picture, and allowing you to move around it.
At least it's here so that you can test that everything is working correctly !
Kingdom grand prix original rom from Neill Corlett. This rom was available from his site a while ago, and he removed it for some reason. So here it is again. It's just a graphical fix for the international version of "Shippu Mahou Daisakusen", you still need the japenese rom to make the game to work, this one only contains the graphics.
f3demo is another free rom, maybe more interesting than f2demo because even if it does not do very much neither, it's more in the demo scene spirit, and it was made by Antiriad. Currently you get a warning message when you load it with raine version 0.43.0, just ignore it. We will fix that in the next release...
Additional support files for versions>= 0.50.0Savegame converter : to convert savegames from before 0.50.0 to the new savegame format. This is a windows executable, for linux you'll have to build the converter from sources ("make converter" from the raine sources directory).
Screenshots grabber : (updated 2013/10). Grab most of the possible game screenshots from the internet, and installs them in the screens directory to be used with the new gui. This is a perl script, so you'll need perl (which is standard in mingw32, cygwin, and any linux distribution). Then unzip this to the raine directory (or in linux to your personnal raine directory : ~/.raine), and just run the command "perl shots.pl" in this directory. I have included wget.exe for windows users, linux users should install it if they don't already have this (it's in all the linux distributions anyway, just apt-get install wget). This will take screenshots not already present in the screens directory from mamest, and then from rainemu if it fails.
Additional support files for versions < 0.50.0Big font for the gui (I don't like it !)
Japenese font for the gui. Notice : the japenese support is probably mostly broken since it's not actively maintained since version 0.28 !
Another japenese font
For the dos version, you might find these usefull :
cwsdpmi, usefull to enter protected mode for pure dos mode if you don't run from windows (this is a link to their home page)
Scitech Display doctor 6.52 for win9x (and dos)
Scitech Display doctor 6.52 for DOS only
Allegro 4.2.2, patched for a better dos support : it's really a pity that I am obliged to host that here, but since allegro seems to enjoy to break things which worked in its developpement versions and then delete the developpement versions from their site, it's better to keep a patched version here. The patches are only for the djgpp versions, but this one should work with any os anyway.