You are Amiga OS.
Mmm... Emacs! :P
Anyone know any good resource for GP32-stuff on the Mac? :huh:
I guess there's an ARM port of Bochs, if you're interested.
I and I was just happy using the CD-cleaner kit... :huh:
Göteborg låter bra. Nära till Norge. :)
Build your own semi-automatic module system if you have a hard time with C++. :blink:
But perhaps learning Python or Ruby would be more suitable, eh? :rolleyes:
I've been interested in implementing the good 'ol BASIC version used in the Sharp MZ-700 microcomputers... :P
Weo! Thanks a million! :rolleyes:
There. I'm now done with my quest for finding proper gp32 development tools. Well, finding the tools weren't so hard, the thing is to make them...
Allright. Well, I guess I'll have to roam the net for a while... :(
Hmm. Aren't there any official site for the GP32/ARM GCC port?
Allright. Does anyone know where I can retrieve the source tarball of the crosscompiler?
How could Nintendo stamp all over GamePark for the sake of an emulator?
But it would be pretty much in-your-face if someone created a GBA emulator...
See if it is available on http://www.scummvm.org/downloads.php
If I want to install this glibc-2.3 rpm, I have to basically upgrade my entire system...
THANK YOU REDHAT FOR INVENTING THE WORST...
And here I thought GBA had discarded those custom chips... I was a fool for thinking so. Smite me! <_<
I don't know the slightest. Whenever I find inspiration, I guess. :)
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