Step 1: Setting up MinPSPW.
If you are really interested in Developing for the PSP there are a few steps you need to take before you can actually start developing.
First off download WinPSPw from: MinPSPw on SourceForge
Download and run it.
It should now look like this:
The VS support is optional if you don’t use Visual Studio 2008 C++.
Once that’s installed go into the command prompt (Start > Run > Cmd)
If you are not familiar with it, this is a DOS type prompt were you can type commands are run programs. Now that you are in the Command Prompt type
This prints the version number of PSP Compiler. It should look something like thisCode:psp-gcc -v
Now try and see what version make is:Code:Using built-in specs. Target: psp Configured with: ../configure --prefix=/usr/local/pspdev --target=psp –enable languages=c,c++ --with-newlib --enable-cxx-flags=-G0 Thread model: single gcc version 4.1.0 (PSPDEV 20060507)
The version numbers will probably be different, but if it says something likeCode:make -v
The Command Prompt window should look something like:Code:'psp-gcc' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
You will need to start over as you/windows has done something wrong. :Cry:
Ok, if you can call psp-gcc and make correctly then you are ready to move onto the Next step
PS: if you don't use VS you can skip the next step.
The next step is not up yet but i will try and write it later tonight