Fatlib for G6/M3 Now Available -> More Homebrew?

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  1. geolyte
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    I am wondering noone wrote about this already.. first saw it on www.maxconsole.com (where you can downlaod ist....

    -->Fatlib for G6/M3 Now Available
    -->Maduin has posted up that Danny from the M3/G6 team released the fatlib for G6/M3. This should of course help to improve homebrew compatibility with ----->these popular devices. You can grab the lib from here.


    so can we expect ScummVM with >32mb support and dsorganise for example now?? or anything still missing?
     
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    Sorry for being a newb, but what does this mean?

    I clicked that link and it didnt even explain what this did? I do know that DS organize didnt work, so did this fix fix it? If so where can I get the fix at? Thank you.
     
  4. Jefklak

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    I hope it'll be possible for scummVM to support big files now?
     
  5. SpaceJump

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    Hopefully he uses this for the next ScummVM DS release [​IMG]
     
  6. inter4ever

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    Hopefully they will use it for all of the homebrew with G6 since there wasnt any app that was able to access the files
    I am looking forward to the newest version of moonshell and also NESDS and others with the FAT access.
     
  7. pelago

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    This isn't something that is immediately usable to end-users. It is something that developers of homebrew can use to improve their programs to make them work nicely with G6. You need to wait for new versions of your homebrew.
     
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    I hope the DS Doom guys know about this.
     
  9. tolax

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    "I hope the DS Doom guys know about this"

    DS Doom does work on the G6 lite (I was playing it this morning). Someone created a special version that included the drivers built in. File was 4Mb rather than 500K but it works really well.

    Here is a download link for the G6 compatible DS Doom
    http://davr.org/ds2/doomfc.zip

    Hope this is okay to link to - please delete if not

    olax
     
  10. corbs132

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    it is, its just a homebrew. anyways, moonshell will = pwnage for g6 beacause the included one is a bit behind.
     
  11. ShetenshiSenshi

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    That version of DS Doom for the G6 Lite is the shareware version. It only allows you to select the first episode of Doom, no Doom II.

    When will we G6 Lite owners get the entire package?
     
  12. outphase

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    build it yourself

     
  13. monkey1987

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    can you make me a beup.ds.gba file for g6 then?
    or tell me how to do that?
     
  14. pubjoe

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    Just so you know, beup does work on the G6.

    Although an .nds build with avatars and smileys would be great.

    I may have a look at what tepples is talking about when I'm feeling brainy and have a bit of time to spare.
     
  15. ShetenshiSenshi

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    I have no clue how to do that. I'm a Windows user, too.

    If someone would like to give me directions on how to do that, I could give it a try. I'm willing to learn how to do it.