DSTT DLDI Source missed

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by shadow-studio.de, May 17, 2010.

  1. shadow-studio.de
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    shadow-studio.de Newbie

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    Hey Guys,

    we're woking on a Wood DSTT but we need the source of the DSTT DLDI file. We used Google but we founded only the binarys...

    Have you gut the source?

    Thanks.

    Bye,
    shadow-studio.de
     
  2. Xenon++

    Xenon++ Taiju Yamada

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    They say scdssdhc.dldi can be used. (SCDS worked on my DSTT)
    Also this page might help:
    http://home.usay.jp/wiki/ (search for DSTT)

    Also yasu says that DSTT doesn't have the ROM emulation command like R4 and patch the ROM to use SD command.
     
  3. shadow-studio.de
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    shadow-studio.de Newbie

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    Ist that the Supercard DS One?
     
  4. Xenon++

    Xenon++ Taiju Yamada

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    So DSTT is a clone of SCDSONE.
     
  5. spinal_cord

    spinal_cord Knows his stuff

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    You could try to contact Yasu (http://home.usay.jp) he has done a lot of work with the TTDS and I believe he has written a dldi for the ttds card, also an emulator plugin.
     
  6. shadow-studio.de
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    Ok, thanks.

    Can you delete this topic please?
     
  7. rockstar99

    rockstar99 Hi

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    Why would you want to delete it?
    It will help others with the same problem
     
  8. Xenon++

    Xenon++ Taiju Yamada

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    Although ideas dstt plugin is original, actually yasu says he extracted ttio.dldi from ttdldi.dat...
     
  9. Bunie

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    I am also working on AKRPG for DSTT, and i need the source to the DSTT's DLDI.if Yasu extracted it, then its likely "Proprietary" aka doomed. i/we Have an idea, but i know nothing of programming, nor how to compile DS stuff. i guess i will "toss" my idea out there incase it brings a lightbulb over someone elses head lol.

    The R4 DLDI located in the Wood Source seems to be edited so that you cannot simply patch over it. if we can find the source to the original R4 DLDI, and put it in its place, maybe we can use the standard dldi file to patch over that! >_> i think it will work, but again, compile? XD

    I have DevKitPro, but that doesnt help much, considering i dunno how to use it. i go to the Wood Source directory, then what?

    Also, R4 DLDI Source? xP [​IMG] try to take this post seriously. i know i sound like a ranting noob, but i think i've got this if i can get the R4 DLDI source and figure out the compile command. [​IMG]

    Edit: I just got the R4 DLDI Source! im comparing them now [​IMG] someone tell me how to compile T-T

    Edit2: I got the source together and im ready to compile this sucker! [​IMG] but now im at a loss Lol

    Edit3: i also beleive i need a copy of "disc_io.h" for DLDI? *Scours The Webz* found one for gbafat T-T helpz!

    Edit4: HOW TO COMPILE T-T xD

    Edit5: error in RPG_nand.dldi.. Error 2? Seems this thing wont compile even without messing with it XD wtf people.

    Edit6: Everything i "make" gives Error 2. Am i missing a component? >_>

    Edit7: Such a helpfull community. its missing files, such as "iointerface.o" wtf is a .o? sounds like a trap
     
  10. Xenon++

    Xenon++ Taiju Yamada

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    .o is a file created when you compile .c
    If you use Makefile correctly, .c is automatically compiled to .o
     
  11. nijiko

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    Thanks for all your working.
    DSTT's DLDI is the same as SCDS(SDHC).
    And it's said on Chishm's homepage.