Saturday, May 13. 2006
BeebEm is a famous emulator of the BBC Micro computer series running on both windows and unix. (see beebem)
Originally developed for UNIX systems in 1994 by David Alan Gilbert, it was then ported to windows by Richard Gellman and Mike Wyatt in 1997. At the start of October 2005, David Eggleston started porting the current Windows version of BeebEm (version 2.3) to FreeBSD.
I've sucessfully modified, and port the source code of the 0.0.4 version from Dave Eggleston using PSPSDK environment. It's now working fine on PSP !
It has been developped on linux for Firmware 2.5 using the great GTA eloader (0.97) from http://www.fanjita.org/, but it should work properly on other firmwares. I've integrated a 1.5FW binary version (kxploit).
How to use it ? Everything is in the README.txt file.
It's a first beta release and work still remain ...
Sources are included, and this package is under "Beebem" licence, read COPYING.txt file for more information about it.
PS: Special thanks to Danzel and Jeff Chen for their virtual keyboard, and to all PSPSDK developpers.
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