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PSP Programming Assistance...

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by gasconade, Mar 10, 2007.

  1. gasconade

    gasconade Regular member

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    Eh...I love my PSP ;D soo much that i wanted to start learning how to program homebrew for it...anyways, I used this tutorial:

    http://www.psp-programming.com/tutorials/c/lesson01.htm


    but on the second page of the tutorial it says to update the .svn...I cannot...


    I am brand new to linux programming, so please be kind...
     
  2. WierdName

    WierdName Regular member

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    I dont really think your going to get in depth help here, but good luck. Maybe you'll make some awesome app.
     
  3. gasconade

    gasconade Regular member

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    i hope so...because Lua doesnt seem to interesting to me...and i dont feel like learning it...LOL...id rather build it scratch with C++ & flash...

    but as far as everything goes on the tutorial: ive set up my environment, but when I want to run toolchain native through my com, it says I need to update a ".h" script or something...

    anyways, ill get it....I know i have another day off coming real soon, so I'll get cracking on that as soon as I can catch a breath...
     
  4. WierdName

    WierdName Regular member

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    You must have a lot of patience. Well good luck.
     
  5. bigcuz000

    bigcuz000 Regular member

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    good luck my friend. im learning lua myself and it is not to bad.
     

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