All of my ATARI ST games are available as “Windows Standlone Versions” from https://anarcholab.itch.io/
The way it works is fairly simple: I use Windows powerscript to call HATARI emulator+emuTOS fully configured.
And for a comfortable experience for the player I made that powerscript into an “.exe” file with a nice icon. (download it so see the structure – it is free)
- First I used a tool called PS2EXE – the result was flagged as a virus by Windows Defender.
- So I changed to ISESteroids to do exactly the same thing. And now – some weeks later – also these exe are flagged as a virus.
Does anybody have a suggestion for a simple tool to create an .exe that can execute that call and is NOT flagged as a virus?
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.\Emulator\HATARI\hatari.exe --joy1 real --configfile ".\Emulator\Game\hatari.cfg" --tos ".\Emulator\Game\etos512k.img" --harddrive ".\Emulator\Game\ROOT" --confirm-quit FALSE --auto "C:\LOADER.PRG"
Of course I could use a .bat file to do the same thing. But the .bat file can not have the nice icon. There is also a tool called BAT2EXE – the resulting exe is flagged as a virus as well.