It'll be greate to have command line option to specify
location of required .dll files to the emulator.
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You don't really need a command-line options for
specifying .dll's -- all you need for that is add the VDMS
directory to the PATH environment variable. Unfortunately,
what you *do* need (and cannot at this point) specify is
the path to 'the' VDMS.INI file. Unless you have a copy of
a VDMS.INI file in the directory with the game (where you
double-clicked the game's .exe or where the DOS window
started up) VDMS won't find the .INI file.
So: to get rid of the "Error 1" (DLL not found or
entrypoint error) add the VDMS path/directory to your PATH
environment variable (this should also allow you to run
dosdrv.exe from anywhere without needing to specify the
VDMS path first).
The possibility to specify the .INI file (right now it
defaults to ".\VDMS.INI") will be added in the near future.
Dealt with in 2.0.3.