Back again with another much-appreciated update to the unfathomably popular PlayStation Portable emulator is the JPCSP development team, and this time, they’ve come to really party hard. They’ve landed on Earth with a bunch of terrific updates, including a tweak for the debug, a fix for the RTC, and a brand new kernel printf function. Here’s the official changelog:
- Updated the debugger:
- Added address highlighting for jumps and branches.
- Replaced the Look and Feel list selection with our own, now register highlighting on the selected line is readable.
- RTC updated:
- Fixed psp time fromMicros.
- Improved sceRtcSetTick and sceRtcGetTick, but it doesn’t match psp exactly
- Added some more log messages:
- 2.71 and 3.52 versions of sceUtility.
- Basic attempt at kernel printf.
If you haven’t already had the pleasure, now’s the time to try out the definitive Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator that’s cooked up fresh right here from your very own underground PSP scene. Thanks again to the terrific work from the JPCSP team, and keep the updates coming.
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