One thing that the fans of PSP have always wanted was the ability to run Flash on the PSP. With the release of 2.0 and it's web browser, some were disappointed to find it lacking this. Now, 3 upgrades later, we still don't have anything of the sort.
I suppose it's not Sony's fault, they probably have to have licenses and rights to such things. My question is: Why not homebrew?
I suppose my answer can be found in a first few thoughts: Theres probably no Source Code for a .SWF player for the psp. I heard once that PSPMedia Player was supposed to support this, and File Assistant++ Could OPEN the files and read them, but were SEVERELY crippled, and in every case i've seen, unplayable.
A .SWF player for the psp would be great. .SWF files are compact, and can usually hold 15 minutes of animation in a 7mb file. Most games are only 2mb.
I suppose I can't complain why this hasn't been done. I don't know anything about coding in C/C++ or LUA. I have tried to look for guides for people that haven't ever learned code before, but haven't found anything. I can't say it's easy, and I can't say it's hard; I can't say it's impossible either.
I suppose the only thing I want to ask is if there is A PSP Dev' out there that has or has been focusing on Flash and it's glory? It seems to me maybe it's not noticed, or maybe it's impossible and I just don't know it yet; In that case i'm sorry for wasteing a thread on this. Right now I could think that getting a mouse command, fitting all of the flash on one screen, assigning keys, this is all hard work. I couldn't even start.