We have a new development environment for PC's scripting language LUA for the PSP. The program is designed for all those who are starting with LUA as it facilitates the use of pretty language and the preparation of the script to run on the PSP.
New version is available for this programming environment for PSP.
* The code has been revised and improved in some of the most important functions of it.
* Added a file browser, compatibility with files with extension. Lua
* Recognition of up to the new firmware 4.01 M33 (the latest firmware saga of the M33 is not included but equally recognizable using the version 4.01 M33)
* Eboots added two more to the list of eboot is scheduled to transfer to the PSP (including the latest version of the LHM)
* Settlement of several bugs
* And some other minor changes in visual character.
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