Here's the latest build of the ever-improving Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator for Windows, JPCSP. Now on revision 2136, the latest update brings the following features and improvements...
version 0.6 r2136:
Updated Linux start scripts.
Reversed and added MSG flags to sceNetInet.
Improved SAVEDATA MODE_SIZES in sceUtility and added small new finding to SceUtilitySavedataParam.
Implemented MD5 and SHA-1 utilities in UtilsForUser.
Improved viewport resizing (currently disabled) in VideoEngine.
Fixed a bug in sceFont.
Added new crucial finding to ThreadManForUser that can affect hleKernelExitThread is some games.
version 0.6 r2135:
Improved sceNetApctlTerm so that a sceNetApctlInit is possible again (e.g. disconnect/reconnect).
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JPCSP is the most advanced PlayStation Portable emulator, allowing you to play your PSP games on a PC. Jpcsp has been started in July 2008 and is developed by a small but active team.
Even though JPCSP is written in Java, it can already reach 100% PSP speed on a lot of commercial games... and the emulator performance is constantly increasing
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