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PCSXP (PSP Emulator) ?
#1
I had an interesting idea for an emulator project. Considering the source for Potemkin, i believe, has been released to the public and is not, technically a dead project. Perhaps some of the less occupied programmers on the PCSX2 projects could pitch in. On a slightly related side note, how does one use a PSP game on a PC? Do I have to hook up my PSP to transfer the data.
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#2
There are psp emulators in progress imo.

google->jpcsp
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#3
i would prefer a windows based exe version instead of a java based version. Smile
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#4
There's also a port in C.
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#5
hmm didn't know that Tongue, but i would also like to see a PCSXP Tongue
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#6
we already talk about that in this link
http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-5536.html
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#7
hmm yea i had forgotten about that thread Tongue
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#8
No problem we all forget
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#9
(04-12-2009, 04:21 AM)LuisR14 Wrote: i would prefer a windows based exe version instead of a java based version. Smile

jpcsp is for windows. Only that you need to install java and run it through command line. Rolleyes
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#10
yea i know how java works Tongue (i've made programs with java before Tongue)
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