smilebasic interpreter for pc?

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  1. Nyap
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    That Chaos Site
    does one exist
    would be cool
     
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    Even if there was one, what would you do with it? You cant move files from pc to Smilebasic on your 3ds...
    EDIT:and afaik there is no interpreter for pc of smilebasic... if you like that lang, why not learning visual basic? Someonde told me that they are similar in many ways...
    and if you wanna script on both pc and 3ds just use the "LUA" lang
     
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    That Chaos Site
    homebrew
    and petitmodem but that's slow as hell

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    I know C++, I'm just learning SmileBASIC for fun
     
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    I like the smilebasic app... really cool for doing fast shit on the go
    but is there a real homebrew for transfering code from pc? I heard that petitmodem was taken down
     
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    well you could write your own petitmodem
     
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    Takes forever...
    someone said that I could make a script for transfering scripts via mic
     
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    Found something:
    http://petitcomputer.wikia.com/wiki/PTCUtilities
    its for petit computer, the thing b4 smilebasic. But the lang is the same(minus qr codes and other good stuff)

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    Also, is it possible to transfer code somehow from petit to smilebasic? Some1?
     
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    I have just found the way smilebasic stores the scripts- everything is in the extdata. U need to extract it with jksm then open as hex, if opening as txt it will show a smile and nothing else. I think they put a EOF after a smile(ascii 1 or 2) to prevent piracy or some other shit...
    EDIT- sorry for double...
     
  10. jamieyello

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    This thread is old.

    I'm making one
    https://smilebasicsource.com/forum?fpid=12983

    I've only got support for the DSi version. That's my priority. No one actually ever bothered figuring out how to rip and emulate DSiWare. Also more convenient as there's no chance of hurting their sales, since the DSi version isn't for sale anymore. I may add 3ds support later.
     
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    Wow cool! I would really like to see implementation of 3ds smilebasic on win machines- or better- c to sb translator... I'll do one myself when I'll have enough time...
     
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    Well, once I'm done with DSi adding support for the 3ds version would be like an extra 2% of the work done, so if I finish it I will add 3ds support at some point.
     
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    Ykno, the 3ds has lots of features dsi doesnt, and lacks lots of features that dsi has... so pls go check the diffrences between petit comp. 2 (dsi) and 3 (3ds) cause its not that there are some lil tweks here N there...