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Friday, June 17, 2005

My First PSP Homebrew App

I did it! I've successfully installed the pspdev toolchain, modified nem's hello world code, and even added in some controller functionality to listen for button presses. Once I had some workign code that compiled, I was able to test and tweak it using pspe emulation software. After I was happy with the results I used psp homebrew 9 to automatically make swap exploit files and upload them to my memory sticks. I did the swap trick and like magic I had my first program running on the PSP.

My next trick is to figure out how to import some of the functions and modules. I've played around with stubbing in the functions within the startup.s file, and I'm pretty sure i've got the sceCtrl libs implemented properly in the program.

If anyone knows more information about the sceNet functions please send me some links. I've been looking everwhere to try to figure out how to start the network and make a socket connection. This data would be invaluable to me at this point. Meanwhile I have a lot of work to do to make a standalone version of PSP Home Control 2.0 a reality.

For detailed instructions on how to start writing your own PSP programs, follow the directions on the following URL to install the psp toolchain and eboot conversion tools:

http://staff.philau.edu/barberej/psp_dev_guide.htm

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