The GCC homebrew development team has released a new piece of homebrew goodness that PSP users can bring with them to school: GeoMath 2008, a Lua-coded PSP app that's kind of reminiscent of the interactive geometry software, GeoGebra.
From what we could derive from the translation we got from a weblator, GeoMath PSP lets PSP users draw a few geometric figures such as points, lines, circles, and rectangles. The app also features a free drawing mode. Here's how you can use the app:
* Navigate in the top menu with r and then to use ROSTER top and bottom
* Apply selection with cross
* Browse the various points with high and low, square to get the details
* To draw lines (bug yet), the first selection point with O and the second with Triangle.
GeoMath 2008 is still in its test phase, so don't expect it to be as full-featured as GeoGebra. You can't save any of your drawings yet either, but this feature will hopefully be implemented in a future update. The bundle below doesn't contain a readme file, so if you're looking for more info on this app, we recommend checking out the source link (http://www.pspgen.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=116387)
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