PME2NDS - File Converter David Rorex has released PME2NDS - tool to convert .pme (aka .nds.gba) files into .nds files. NOTE: Only works for files that were built with ndslib/libnds and were originally .nds files with a header attached! This updated build boasts improved compatability.
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Tinke is benito356's de-compiler application for the Nintendo DS, currently in version 0
libnds 20071023 Developer devkitPro is sending out word that the latest build for devkitARM is now available for download
libmikmod It's been a while since homebrew developer Sten Larsson (Stonebone) has released libmikmod 3
End of the Shadows source code update Although Octobinz had previously promised that he'd release the latest demo of End of the Shadows soon, what we get today is actually a quick update on the source code
libgba 20060720 Update From devkitPro today are libgba and libnds libraries updates, which brings more compatibility between the two and making coding for both platform easier
PIXELMAN From Sylus101:Sprite Designing/Testing/Creating/Animating On the GO!Just so it's clear and the purpose of the app isn't in question (as I think it might be) this is intended to be a developers helper in designing/modifying sprites, particularly for use with PALib, but since there is a binary export now I'm gathering they could be used with any dev platform (not like there are many others
Tinke Benito356 continues to work on his decompiler homebrew app for the DS
Woopsi Ant512, a homebrew developer specializing in Nintendo DS applications is trying to break the groundwork for other homebrew coders with the Woopsi homebrew, which aims to create a simple windowing system that programmers can use for their own applications
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