We've got some good news for the beginner PSP homebrew developers out there, courtesy of Deniska. The dev is announcing that the sdlBasic devkit has been updated to version 0.6.
As a recap, this homebrew is actually a PSP port of the multiplatform interpreter for BASIC (Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code).
The original sdlBasic was created by Roberto Viola back in 2002. Its core is based on wxBasic and syntax, and should be be easy to use for the neophyte homebrew dev out there creating their own games and apps.
Version 0.6 in particular carries a bug fix for a memory leak that occurred during image loading. That said, further details on sdlBasic PSP's functions and controls should be available in the readme provided in the file bundle.
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