Here's the latest revision of the Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator project for Windows, JPCSP.
2 syscalls (sceGameUpdate) to ignore
A lot of improvements and code clean-up to better support the screen/window resizing.
The option to enable/disable the viewport filter has been removed: it is automatically activated when the window is resized.
The screen can be resized using the 1x, 2x and 3x options from the menu or by simply resizing the window with the mouse. The aspect ratio is preserved.
The resizing is now working when used combined with the "Saved GE to texture" or "Only GE" options. The screen looks better when using one of these 2 options.
The option "Use native shader CLUTs" should also be compatible.
The "black square" problem on the top left corner as reported for some games should also be fixed.
Improved compatibility of sceKernelLoadModule: added delay when loading an HLE module.
Added debug logging to the display to track the "black screen" problem reported by some users.
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Here's the latest build of JPCSP, the ever-improving Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator for PC. Tagged as revision 2308, the latest update of the emulator includes the following features and enhancements.
Fixed sceIoIoctl(0x01F30003) and sceIoIoctl(0x01F100A6) based on PSP tests (see iotest.c)