Coding directly on a ds

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by Trace II, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. Trace II
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    I'm looking for an application for my r4 that I can program with. DSLua doesn't work on my r4, and I'm not sure if you actually coke on it, or just run premade lua programs.
     
  2. jeklnoo

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    probably a bad idea, since typing out code on a touchscreen keyboard would be really annoying
     
  3. Trace II
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    How about an NDS file that compiles .TXT files into .NDS?
     
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    There are a few TI85 emus (not sure about DS slot compatibility) and a basic interpreter or two.

    As far as I am aware though this is no compiler or assembler on the DS and quite frankly there is no call for one, if you are gagging for one you could have some luck porting on of the palmtop compilers/assemblers (they use ARM stuff).