I built a RetroPie-based arcade machine for my office and I have a utility running that can pull the high scores out of MAME .hi + .nvram files and then upload the results to a wiki page. The only trouble with this is that I have to run the script manually every time I want to update the wiki. My question is this:
Is there a script that gets run every time a game is exited? If not, is there a way to invoke a script when this event happens?
My alternative solution is to use CRON, but I’d rather avoid that path if I can.
Actually, a better way this to create a custom script to luanch your games. I did exactly that for Infocom and BBC Micro so that I could have my mp3 collection play in the background when I’m playing those games.
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