Ema has released a new version of TwinTail LDE, version 2.1. TwinTail LDE is a text editor written in Lua, and used to edit Lua scripts while inside of your PSP. This homebrew is separated in Japanese and English version. Here is the changelog:
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
DDS:AP r2 DDS:AP r2
b0xx0r from our forums has just updated his awesome homebrew called Duelli Della Scheda : Arte Persa, or DDS:AP.
If you've just joined us, DDS:AP is a development version of an isometric map maker which you can use in creating your turn-based RPGs. Right now, it's not in any playable form
PSP Toolchain for Win32 (MinPSPW) PSP Toolchain for Win32 (MinPSPW)
JetCube has released a new version of his PSP Software Development Kit, which is called the PSP Toolchain for Win32. As you can probably guess, this is a toolchain designed for coders who use WIndows for making applications and games
LuaPlayerHM Homemister has released a new version of LuaPlayerHM, bumping the application up to version 4
Xgraphics 1st Edition Xgraphics 1st Edition
Over on our PSP Development forums, xart has just announced that the Xgraphics part of XSDK is now ready and available. You can get your copy by clicking on the download link.
According to the Xart website, Xgraphics is "a set of C++ classes for allowing cross platform graphics to be achieved in your Xcode projects
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
LuaDevKit Here's the latest build, and the final beta if we may add, for LuaDevKit R2 from homebrew developer Glynnder
Source code for CPS2PSP CPS1PSP MVSPSP NCDZPSP 2.2 Source code for CPS2PSP CPS1PSP MVSPSP NCDZPSP 2.2
If you've loved the emulator collection NJ released yesterday, then today would be like an early Christmas for you. QJ.NET Forum poster StoneCut managed to spot a new update to not one, not two, but all of the emulators previously released by the homebrew developer
VFPU Math lib Okay, so you say you don't like numbers except for money and phone numbers, eh? Well then, maybe this application from MrMr[iCE] can change your mind
LuaDev 2.0 If you've ever wanted to make a PSP homebrew game but can't quite wrap your mind around any of the programming languages available then you might want to try out this release from Emeric0101