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MisterSentient



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agentq: I have compiled a version of scummvm DS which works with the Max Media Dock. I sent you an e-mail about this a couple of days ago. Is it alright if I release it for other MMD owners to try out?

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Post Wed Aug 23, 2006 10:19 am 
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agentq
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Yeah, you did. Sorry I haven't replied to your email yet, but I've been quite busy.

It sounds great that you've got it working on the MMD. Feel free to release a version for people to test. You should contact chishm on the gbadev board to have your code integrated into libfat, so that MMD users can enjoy all homebrew software.

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Post Wed Aug 23, 2006 12:49 pm 
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MisterSentient



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quote:
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Yeah, you did. Sorry I haven't replied to your email yet, but I've been quite busy.

It sounds great that you've got it working on the MMD. Feel free to release a version for people to test. You should contact chishm on the gbadev board to have your code integrated into libfat, so that MMD users can enjoy all homebrew software.


If I'm not mistaken I think libfat does in fact now include this code. Are you planning to use libfat in the next ScummVM DS release? If so it would probably work with the MMD.
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Yes, I plan to move over to libfat as soon as it has support for directory listing.

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MisterSentient



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Which versions of devkitarm and libnds do you recommend for ScummVM DS dev? I'm currently using devkitarm r19 and libnds-20060719.

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I know I'm on DevkitArm r19b, not sure about libnds, but I think it's the latest one.

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MisterSentient



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For anyone who is interested I have posted the files on Max Console's forum...

http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthread.php?t=28078

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Martin



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I just got an email back from codejunkies that said that the file storage system was FAT32, and they even recommended ScummVM, so why build a different setup? wouldn't the other one work just fine?

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Post Fri Aug 25, 2006 7:38 pm 
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quote:
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I just got an email back from codejunkies that said that the file storage system was FAT32, and they even recommended ScummVM, so why build a different setup? wouldn't the other one work just fine?


HA! If only that were true! I got duped by the same marketing BS. Yes the system does support FAT32 but that does not mean it is compatible with all homebrew. The original version of ScummVM DS does not work with the Max Media Dock or Max Media Player. That is a fact.

If you were considering buying one read the following review first...

http://www.maxconsole.net/?mode=content&itemid=197
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I heard rumors, that the SuperCard (Lite) does not support the libfat, is that true? If so, will the next version using libfat still run on a SuperCard (Lite)?

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