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MinPSPW 0.9.6 is out for Windows and Ubuntu

 
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Heimdall



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:05 am    Post subject: MinPSPW 0.9.6 is out for Windows and Ubuntu Reply with quote

* pspsh does not depend on cygwin and is native
* remotejoy SDL is also included as a native binary (no cygwin)
* win32 dependencies updated
* zlib 1.2.5
* SDL 1.2.14
* readline 5.1 (same as gdb)
* libiconv 1.13.1
* pthreads 2.8.0
* updated the fpulib trig functions can use the FPU processor but we either use vfpu or software impl using libm. This can help to make a bit faster code if we do not need vectors.
* Updated newlib to 1.18
* wide-char enhancements
* long double math routines added for platforms where LDBL == DBL
* long long math routines added
* math cleanup
* major locale charset overhaul including added charsets
* various cleanups
* various bug fixes
* Updated the dev environment to build under Windows Vista and Windows 7
* Updated binutils to 2.18 (for better integration with gcc 4.3.x)
* removed the patch that defines long as 64bit back to 32bit. This can lead to faster code but breaks old compiled libraries
* Disabled CDT-5.0.x bug fix
* gcov builds properly but not fully tested if works as expected
* added fixes from Luqman Aden in TinyXML
* added libmpeg2 devpak
* added bullet physics devpak
* windows tools are linked against pthreads, if thereads are used it can improved performance on the development side.

get it for linux32:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/minpspw/files/SDK%20%2B%20devpak/pspsdk%200.9.6/minpspw-0.9.6-ubuntu32.tar.bz2/download

get it for win32:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/minpspw/files/SDK%20%2B%20devpak/pspsdk%200.9.6/pspsdk-setup-0.9.6.exe/download

get it for your debian (x86/amd64):
https://sourceforge.net/projects/minpspw/files/SDK%20%2B%20devpak/pspsdk%200.9.6/minpspw_0.9.6-1ubuntu0.deb/download

The deb file is an experimental and worked on my ubuntu 10.04 32bit machine (where is was built) and another 64bit machine will all 32bit compat libs. I need to identify these in order to specify the dependencies correctly on the deb file but for now it has no dependency as requirement.

For the next release i will try to focus on getting rid of the last cygwin dependencies and more devpaks


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autilio



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 8:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

\o/, congrats, downloading and updating...

Next release you can add oslibmod
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Salvy



Joined: 30 Jun 2009
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you very much sir, I was wondering what happened to minwpsp.
Updating right now :D
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willow :--)



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PostPosted: Fri Jun 25, 2010 1:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've been using minpspw as my default windows compiling environment for a very long time now, for both HBL and Wagic development.

Especially for Wagic, it is really appreciated, because it "lowers" the wall that Win users have to climb in order to compile the game for the first time. The result is more motivation from new people to help coding, so we get more devs to help. I doubt the Wagic project would have gone so far without tools such as minpspw.

In other words: thanks! Will download the latest version asap.
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