Well, it looks like Re_Animate has been busy lately, as he has been constantly polishing up his application, PSP Game Maker. Now at its fifth revision, PSP Game Maker v0.05 has just been put up, over at the QJ forums, and is now ready and able to give homebrew devs (or even aspiring homebrew devs) a helping hand.
For those who are not familiar with the application, Re_Animate has basically created a tool that can hopefully make coding Lua games and other applications for the PSP a little bit easier. Besides helping in simplifying the coding process, the application also allows the user to compile and then test what they made.
For v0.05, the following changes were made:
* Test Feature is now working
* It will report to you when you compile it
* quick test feature
* Beter GUI with beginings of visual programming support event organiser
The application is still not complete, and Re_Animate has expressed that anyone who is interested in helping with improving PSP Game Maker is more than welcome to join in. For that purpose, he has released both the latest version of the application, as well as the source, just in case anyone wants to take a look and see if they can add anything to it. Meanwhile, those who have any comments and suggestions for this app are encouraged to drop by the QJ forums to let Re_Animate know about what they think.
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