Glad it's running well and people are working on it and improving it!
.... See open source rocks right?! Spread the word ;)
Kudos to Notaz :)
The thing I loved was the day after this was released, I saw "DrMDx goes open source" as well. That's pretty cool! Kudos to Ressy :)
When you develop, do you compile and use an emulator and then transfer using a card reader (someone suggested using a card reader is the best way to transfer stuff)?
Or do you have the USB cable plugged in? I just get USB Device error at the moment, but I'm wondering what everyone...
That may be true but it is not Linux using raster interrupts to change the colour palette, it is the underlying emulated virtual 68000 game which is using raster interrupts, hence there should be no worries about emulating this effect on Linux.
Raster effects are typically done by rendering the...
Think harder then! B)
ARM design is very clever. There are a few bits at the top of the opcode (the condition) which can be completely seperated out and calculated in parallel with the opcode itself.
So at the same time as it's working out the value, it can be working out whether the condition...
Couldn't that mean that it isn't a hack job?
What if they just took the standard Linux SDL version, compiled it and it worked straight off? :lol:
Hey - I'm an eternal optimist!
Is there a binary that goes with it?
*edit* - is that 109k fbgnuboy the binary? Does it run on a GP2X?
I use it :)
It's very good, alot cleaner and more streamlined than the official GP32 dev tool - with GP2X it would be great to have a version. As you say the main advantage is that is open-source, so there is no line between your app code and the SDK code, which is a great advantage.