Hi to all. Its been some time since ive updated animlib. Just yesterday, i took a look at it, and found some massive flaws. So here is animLib 4.5, with some major changes and performance gains.
* Found a major flaw in sprite sheet animation blitting
NitePR revJ source code
There are things in life that take priority over others, and PSP homebrew developer SANiK has postponed the homebrew role in exchange for the pursuit of higher knowledge. The developer's online compatible cheat utility, NitePR, is now on development limbo indefinitely, but SANiK allowed the release of the source code to NitePR revision J
We just got word from the QJ forums that Syn-z has released the source code for version 1.70 of DGEN, the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive emulator for the PSP. This should allow people to work on their own little tweaks to the DGEN code to make for personal versions of the DGEN emulator, or as reference material for use on their own works
3D to C
Homebrew developer Poison_xtreamlua (creator of the Easy Homebrew Downloader app), dropped by the QJ.NET forums earlier to announce the release of the first version of 3D to C. This application for Linux users will enable you to convert 3D objects into source files for the PSP. For example, you can convert *.obj file to *.c
With the recent number of coding competitions, homebrew programmers have slowly been carving out a niche in the homebrew scene for Sony's PlayStation Portable. In particular, the Old School Library (OSlib) Sprites Lib has become the mainstay framework on which coders have been basing their 2D games on for the PSP
Making the Sony PlayStation Portable seem more like an end-all, be-all Swiss Knife tool instead of just a handheld comes Zx-81 once more and his array of nifty homebrew applications - and this time, he bears the latest version of PSPWrite
Those who love using emulators on their Sony PlayStation Portable have definitely a lot to look forward to today. Homebrew coder NJ has just released new builds for his projects CPS1PSP, CPS2PSP, MVSPSP, and NCDZPSP. This brings all the emulators up to version 2.3.1
A few days back, QJ.Net forums member oldrider released a team project called PSPFramework. Now, the dev and the team has updated the application, bumping it up to version 1.1.
For those who missed the previous report, PSPFramework is "framework for development games 2D with oslib using OOP
Dungeons Engine 2
Homebrew developer charnold showcased his Dungeons Engines 2 back in August of this year by releasing a gallery demo. The coder just dropped by QJ.NET PSP Development Forum and informed us that he is still working on the project. As a matter of fact, a new feature has been added with the engine
Pi Calc Source Code
Homebrew coders everywhere will be pleased to know that Art has released the source code for his Pi Calc application. For those who don't remember it, Pi Calc v1 was an application that counted Pi up to 30,000 digits