TyRaNiD at PS2DEV has just updated his awesome development tool PSPLINK for homebrew programmers. Lets first have a look at what's new in the latest version. Building HOSTFS on Macs is easier and more convenient; gew command additions; thread monitor included, so you can see the creation and deletion of threads in realtime; fixed a bug in Wi-Fii libs which prevented you from using anything but the first config. Feeling lost ? It's basically a tool which can help homebrew developers immensely. Its purpose is to provide a shell on your PC via SIO, WIFI or USB. Plus, it can access your PSP's internals in realtime. You can even dump the memory contents, use it for debugging and print messages on PC, or even take screenshots! You can also use this great application to debug your applications. Although setting it up is a little difficult, once you're done with setup, it's easily the must-have application for homebrew development. But, let me remind you guys that it's only for homebrew created using the C language, and not Lua.
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