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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by hacksn5s4, Feb 15, 2016.
this has not been done yet
You mean an emulator written in Lua?
like a gb emulator that supports lua scripts
Why would you want an emulator written in Lua? It would be incredibly slow.
not written in lua i ment support of lua scripts so i can see the state of the ram on screen
He's referring to emulators which support running Lua scripts, not ones that are written -in- Lua. Emulators such as DeSMuMe use them for TASing and other things. i think he's basically asking for a version of Citra or 3dmoo that supports Lua scripting. Such scripting would be pointless on the actual 3DS.
Edit: slightly ninja'd.
i want to tas on gb emulator on 3ds and bot the game etc
Oh. He edited a post above. I asked if he meant an emulator written in Lua and originally he said yes.
thing is im more of looking for bizhawk port to 3ds cause i want to run the pokebot on it its a speed run bot that speed runs red and yellow and id rather have it running on my 3ds then pc
That probably won't happen, IIRC Bizhawk uses extremely accurate emulators, which would be beyond slow on 3DS.
well could gamejob or the retroarch gb emulator be modfiled to work with lua scripts
Wait, why do you want to run it on your 3DS then your PC? Why not just one or the other? Or is the Lua script compatibility supposed to allow you to run it on one and then the other? What would be the advantage of this?
I think he meant "than", not "then".
Oh. That makes much more sense. Grammar is important.
causse i can leave 3ds on longer and it makes no noise so i can sleep with it going