PSMonkey has just released the source code for his N64 emulator. Hopefully this will help devs move one stop closer to getting a fully working N64 emulator on the PSP, but it seems as if PSMonkey released this just to disprove naysayers of his operation. After several accusations declaring that PSMonkey stole work from other devs, it seems as if the poor guy has been harassed lately. PSMonkey had this to say:
"Ok, I ment to post this sooner but was holding off so I can clean up the commenting. Since some people are so hell bent on proving daedalus did everything or I just fully stole every line of code from pj64, I desided to just post anways and if they need suport they can go **** them selfs.
Anyways here is the source. If any coders need serious suport or have questions. Feel free to contact me via PMs or on my forums."
As you can see, he isn't too happy with what people have been saying, and if this isn't proof enough to shut people up then it doesn't look like anything will. Nonetheless, it'll be nice to see some real developers try to make the best of this source code.
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