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Tuesday, August 30, 2005

PSPide C++ v1.0 Final

- Milhouse Dev-Group have put out PSPide C++ v1.0 Final.
- In case you didn't know, this is a programming environment for PSP coders allowing you to write code, compile it and transfer it to your PSP via KXploit.
- The download and install includes PSPSDK v1.0, KXploit and PSPide, which is everything you need to get coding.
- It also has English, Spanish and Catalan translations, but if you want to help the developers out, why not make some more INI language files. I'm sure they would appreciate it.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous RaSTeRiFizz3D said...

All paths are configured but it can't find GNU make on its own. It's not bundled [ actually it can't be bundled maybe ]
So do I need to install CYGWIN BASH Environment as well ??

So if I don't have make I get this

C:\PSPide\projects\helloworld>MAKE
'MAKE' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

Anyways I am trying to set path of make as my Dev-C++ Directory's make path
but ..

Does any know any foolproof method how to just get the make bz2 file and extract it without having to install complete BASH Environment by CYGWIN ?

13 October, 2005 02:13  
Blogger Ash said...

I'm using Visual Studio.NET 2003 and have BASH and Cygwin installed already, so sorry, I can't help, but hopefully someone else out there can.

13 October, 2005 11:49  

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