is the PSP done as a homebrew device?

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Jan 12, 2010
  1. Tikker
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    Member Tikker GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    by this I mean:

    has most of the interesting homebrew already been done? is there anything else new that is still left to be done on the PSP?


    Right now, I don't play any PSP games at all on my psp

    I do however use it to read books, watch TV (via locationfree player) do some minor IM chat, surf the net a little, use it as a GPS etc etc

    basically everything that it was never intended to be used for

    but it's been a LOOOOONG time since I've seen something new come out of the PSP

    seems most have moved over to the touch screen development
     
  2. fkw12

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    I don't want to know what you use your PSP for xD posts like these belong in your blog not here.
     
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    When I get some free time I'd love to try and make some stuff for PSP. Games, not apps.

    I hear C's not too much different from Java.
     
  4. nl255

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    You could always use gcj, which can compile Java to native code. I believe there is a version that targets the PSP. Unfortunately, it is limited to what is supported by GNU Classpath so some code may have to be rewritten if it uses unsupported features.
     
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    Would you mind linking me to this? Consider me intrigued.
     
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    http://gcc.gnu.org/java/
     

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