LUA PlayerFrom our very own QJ.NET Forums comes out today the begininngs of the next Lua PLayer. One of the staunch members, Insoniac197, expressed the work and updates that has been done to support v0.20 functions. These things include so far, the update to Lua 5.1 and the freetype now being supported.
Also, the file System.rename is now working. Insomniac197 has put in Wlan functions and 3D GU functions, but mentioned not to do anything with it yet. As another forum member Shine already brought up the topic of moving Lua Player over to PSPGL, Insomniac197 wishes not to take the 3D any further. System.loadModule and anything to do with it on the other hand, are unlikely to be supported.
LUA Player makes development of games and applications easier and is non-coders friendly. At this point, download is available below for Lua PLayer v0.20. Feedback and bug reports are highly appreciated.
Download: [Lua Player .20]
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NAND IPL Dumper Thanks to the work of PSP Developer KanadeEngel we now have NAND IPL Dumper for your PSP
Snes9xTYL++ version 23 Source Code Snes9xTYL++ version 23 Source Code
If you're interested in taking homebrew emulation further, or if you just want a bunch of extra source codes you can learn from, then we've got a treat for you. Via DCEmu, we've learned that DaveX has released the source codes to some of the different versions of Snes9xTYL++, which you can download below
myLCD - A Unicode Text Rendering Library myLCD - A Unicode Text Rendering Library
Mike, aka Okio, from our forum has released a multi-platform Unicode text rendering and mini frame-buffer API library for embedded hardware and standalone LCD contrololers. He has just released version 0.20 of myLCD which now supports the PSP (tested on 1.5).
Updates for v0.20
LuaPlayer Windows We've seen a lot of LuaPlayer apps land themselves on the PlayStation Portable throughout the years
PSPuht is a library that lets homebrew developers add head- and hand-tracking features to their homebrew projects.
This version is greater flexible and give better performances with
a tracking more tolerant to noise/parasites.
- A single allocation is necessary to initialize the buffers