Now that the Supercard DSTWO SDK is now available

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  1. RedBaron
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    Now that the Supercard DSTWO SDK is now available could someone please port these emulators for the PSP to DSTWO Card

    Snes9xTYLmecm 11-27-09 (SNES)
    gpSP-J 4-29-10 (GBA)

    They are super cool
     
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the current GBA emulator for the DSTWO based on the one for iPlayer, which is based off of gpSP?

    Plus, the SNES emulator is scheduled to be released in a week or two. They were true to their word with the SDK and the time frame for releasing it, and the SNES emulator is based on the SDK, which they had to finish first.
     
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    It's only available to devs that have already made homebrew, and I don't think anyone has yet gotten access to the SDK.
     
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    Dude, come on. Do you seriously believe anyone is going to start development already? Also, as DiscoStew said, the current GBA emulator is based off of gpSP, and the SNES emulator is due soon, and I believe it to be similar to SNES9x. Be patient for once, okay?
     
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    Exactly, I was sure when I clicked on the "Supercard" section there'd be at least one thread where someone was trying to get someone port something to the DSTwo. These things are going to take time.
     
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    Indeed, with proper patience comes proper programs. I do hope that SCDSTWO matures significantly [​IMG].
     
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    I've done some DS homebrew, but nothing to the degree of emulation, even porting. Some time down the road, I may request the SDK if my current projects need a little more ommph.
     
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    I don’t think the iPlayer is based on gpSP-J 4-29-10 (GBA) if it were the compatibly would be much higher and I know it will take time but I can ask
     
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    No. the iPlayer isn't based on the gpSP, because the iPlayer is the hardware. Someone saw how powerful it was, and knew how to port the gpSP to it, in which the Supercard team saw this and then ported it to their next flash cart. As stated in the post on the front page about the SDK released, since the DSTWO is more powerful than the PSP, there is a good chance that any homebrew for the PSP can be ported over to the DSi.
     
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    Oh, nevermind...I should have seen sooner that this post was by Red Baron. He's probably just doing this in an attempt to tweak people. [​IMG] Even so, I definitely can't wait to see what might come out of this SDK.
     
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    The SDK isn't available yet to those who emailed, there's a wishlist or something.
     
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    I would love to see norm and smiths to join the fray!
     
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    If you don't keep prodding the work just doesn't get done
     
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    The only way you can actually have a chance of having the SC Team acknowledge you is to be Costello or to post in the Chinese forums.
     

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