Homebrew developer SamuraiX has released the SGE Library r030809 for the PSP. For those not familiar with it, SGE is a graphic library for the Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL). Essentially a low level API, the preset graphics functions found in this release should make coding homebrew easier.
The developer originally downloaded a version of SGE library from ps2.org but found it to be lacking support for . Because of this, SamuraiX decided to port the source and essentially create a version which has all the functions he needed as well as the standard functions developers expect from SGE.
Included in the compressed file are very detailed instructions on the use of this application . Be sure to go over it very well before doing anything. As an added bonus, there is a beginners guide included in the API documentation, so newer coders might want to brows over that as well.
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