What programs do the developments use??

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Aug 2, 2007
  1. rozzan143
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    Do you mean PC apps or DS apps?
     
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    Do you mean Developers ? Development is when it's already made.
     
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    im not good at english :/
    no i mean when do like the DSHobro program, what program at the computer do they use??
     
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    What computer programs do developers use to make homebrew software?
     
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    You mean how does one develope homebrew (what app is used, like cubin' suggest you meant)? Well the most commonly used code processing app is devkitPro. It has NDS libraries in it which makes it a lot easier [​IMG]. That together with PAlib (which some coders dislike, but others prefer) makes it even easier to code for the DS. But that isn't a full answer to your question but from there it should be relativly easy.
     
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    Now go out there and make some homebrew! Can you develop VoIP and Ad Hoc for homebrew thx. (It may sound ridiculous, but I'm still crossing my fingers)

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    http://www.drunkencoders.com/ Drunken Coders [News]
    http://www.osdev.org/wiki/C_PlusPlus#Visual_C_2 C PlusPlus - OSDevWiki
    http://guides.oernii.sk/c++/index.htm Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days
    http://nocash.emubase.de/gbatek.htm Specifications
    http://patatersoft.info/links.html PataterSoft - Links
    http://www.patatersoft.info/manual.html PataterSoft - Introduction to Nintendo DS Programming
    http://nehe.gamedev.net/ NeHe Productions: Main Page
    http://www.dev-scene.com/NDS/Tutorials_Day...to_skip_this.29 NDS/Tutorials Day 1 - Dev-Scene
    http://www.ndshb.com/ NDS Homebrew - Nintendo DS Homebrew Roms & Reviews
    http://www.dev-scene.com/Main_Page Main Page - Dev-Scene
    http://palib.info/wiki/doku.php Homepage [PAlib Wiki]
    http://www.dspassme.com/programmers_guide/tutorial/ Homebrew Programmers Guide to the Nintendo DS: Homebrew Programmers Guide to the Nintendo DS
    http://www.double.co.nz/nintendo_ds/index.html Homebrew Nintendo DS Development
    http://gpf.dcemu.co.uk/ GPF`s Dreamcast and Nintendo Dev Site
    http://forums.gbadev.org/ gameboy advance development
    http://www.saskschools.ca/~ehs/HeiseIntra/C.html C++

    As you can see, I wish I knew how to program better. Also, C++ takes more than 28 days. Years of experience needed, but you'll have fun during the process. Sorry about how the links are (I just copied this over from FireFox)
     
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