Agreed – it’s far too early for the NDS/NDSi/3DS range. This platform is still being manufactured and sold commercially. I will be added in time, but definitely not yet.
Regarding, the [!] flag I’m so sure about this either - this is why it’s limited to TOSEC-ISO. Originally this was a (misguided IMO) hold over of Matt Cowering’s (prevalent at the time) GoodTools and frequently misused.
I think [!] works (worked
) very well in TOSEC-ISO, just due to the nature of the ‘variable’ results you can get when ripping tracks. Having a proper, structured (and specific) ‘verification’ process for TOSEC-ISO was a must. This is less of an issue in TOSEC (main), and would obviously be a more complex issue with many different types of image and file formats to take into account.
Additionally, it’s also a bit of a pain in the arse politically. Who do you ‘trust’ for example? Why x and not y? What if x makes a couple of errors regarding verifying, does that invalidate all their previous validations too? I known this is something Cowering still struggles with, and he has a much smaller focus than we do.
The main TOSEC branch of renamers all seem to work together quite well (though obviously don’t always agree!) and would hate to see any bad feelings over who’s ‘good enough’ to verify dumps or accusations over technical competency. You of all people know how quickly a project (TOSEC-ISO) can implode when elitist people start acting like dicks…..
Sorry to sound so negative to both….