Because of the positive response that you guys gave to Nullkill's Alpha release of his homebrew app PSP Vi, he's decided to improve the app even further by adding quite a lot of new stuff.
Nullkill is proud to announce that his PSP Vi is now a fully functional editor, and he wants to thank Moneytoo for helping him out in improving the app, specifically by laying the ground work on the IR Keyboard. Here's the list of stuff that's changed in 0.02a Alpha:
* ability to write to file (and fixed writing) i.e. W myfile.txt or w ms0:/location/file.txt
* ability to open a file (Alpha Version, some bugs but generally good) i.e. O ms0:/filename.txt or o ms0:/filename.txt (Notice you need the full path, including ms0:/)
* general code clean up and bug fixes
* battery meter
Included in his to-do list for the next release is to add more functional command lines to make it even easier for you guys to use the app. As usual, we suggest you check out the readme file for more info such as installation instructions and other whatnots.
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