Homebrew Development

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by aliak11, Jan 16, 2014.

  1. bartimeaus91

    bartimeaus91 Stanza Blot Burls Rocks. Meaningless? Maybe not.

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    I'm fairly certain that's because .cia support will result in GW flash cart being redundant.

    If I was GW, I'll instead work on a tool to convert .cia files to 3ds format to be used with GW.
     
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  2. Abcdfv

    Abcdfv What comes around goes around.

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    Actually, the ctrulib has been public for some time now, as well as the Yeti3ds source code. So to say smea has done nothing is a huge understatement. The problem right now is still the same, no one is writing advanced home brew yet cause the people who ARE publicly releasing things have only just recently made switching to ARM11 public, and have been making good progress from there.
     
  3. bartimeaus91

    bartimeaus91 Stanza Blot Burls Rocks. Meaningless? Maybe not.

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    Nah, I probably didn't make myself clear. I meant it that smea has released nothing to enable the running of unsigned code (aka homebrew) on 4.x consoles. He's done great work on creating toolchains and whatnots for homebrew development but nothing of the sort to run said homebrew.
     
  4. loco365

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    So of all the GB emulators and GBC emulators that there are, do none of them have saving support yet?
     
  5. Abcdfv

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    Not yet.
     
  6. ernilos

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    There's no public tool for creating NCSD or NCCH files easily? I really want start coding with all ARM11 SVC *¬*
     
  7. TheCruel

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    http://3dbrew.org/wiki/Makerom
     
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  9. Kane49

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    Awesome, are there any restrictions ?
     
  10. Snailface

    Snailface My frothing demand for 3ds homebrew is increasing

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    Same as a retail cart according to 3dbrew devs.
    You have to have a GW too, of course.
     
  11. untok

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    makerom how to convert cia cxi to.3ds dont understand how to get that format .3ds :blink:
     
  12. TheCruel

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    Use "makerom -f cci"

    If I'm not mistaken, you can just change the .cci extension to .3ds since CCI is essential the ROM image.
     
  13. loco365

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    I was actually gonna ask, but I really like your fcram dumper, however, it's painstakingly slow (Half an hour is nuts, as I know some people have fcram dumpers that take less than 10 seconds). Do you plan to update it and make it any faster?

    Also, I'm in the process of learning C, so I'd like to try setting up a homebrew kit and start with some code porting (and some poking around with my 3DS), however, I can't find any solid information on setting up for homebrew development. Is there a startup guide somewhere? I currently have Python installed, as I know that's a prerequisite, but other than that, I'm at a complete loss right now.
     
  14. williamcesar2

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    are these ''good hackers'' helping GW ''the masters of the piracy'' ? Now I understand the reason why they don't release 4.x.x CFW, because it will be a risk for sales :evil:
     
  15. loco365

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    No, they're against GW. GW's just using their open-sourced code and other programs, while crediting them for their works.
     
  16. Kane49

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    With GW's Homebrew support you could easily make one that dumps the fcram in 30 seconds or so :)
     
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  19. Kane49

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    I dont know his reasons but you could argue that the interesting part is over :)
     
  20. jocopoco

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    Please use a normal http server :(
     
  21. gamesquest1

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    yeah true true i suppose when most of the work was to do with building up info on file formats, and making tools needed to build up homebrew, i suppose he my just be thinkin "my work here is done :P" but still its always nice to have experts around :P
     
  22. williamcesar2

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    if not for the gateway team(''homebrew for all'') everybody would be hidding the files yet !
     
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