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Attempting to unify system specs formatting. Really more useful for NEC Retro, but it applies here too.

Current plan:

This template should define what a system has. e.g. a Mega Drive has an M68000.

A different template should define what an M68000 can do, and this template pulls information from that template. That way we're not re-explaining the feature set of the M68000 every time a console or arcade board uses one. Every processor used in a Sega system should have its own page outlining its capabilities, and it should only have to be defined once.

This means any technical specifications sub-pages should be mostly automated. Also it should make format comparison pages with non Sega/NEC systemes easier... though ideally you'd want to replicate some of this on Retro CDN and we can't do that. tbh I haven't thought that far ahead. In fact I haven't really thought much about this at all, I just don't want to keep typing the same things for 34298534723 PC-88s and PC-98s. -Black Squirrel (talk) 14:15, 15 February 2022 (EST)


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