October 23rd, 2011, 22:13 Posted By: wraggster
The Supercard team have released a long awaited update to their software development kit. This version offers more access and fixes many of the quirks present in the previous edition, which should be good news for DStwo developers. See the release notes for what's new, and join the on-going discussion to learn more about this homebrew development tool.
QUOTE(Release Notes 10/13/11)Compared with the previously released SDK, What is the difference of this release SDK?
•The release of the SDK contains the biggest bright spot is that the underlying hardware code, also that is source code of libds2b.a,
specifically, JZ and FPGA / NDS communications source code. I think the part is the SDK owners who most want to see.
The only regret is that you can not see, can not modify the FPGA program, because of the need to maintain compatibility,
so the FPGA program will not be easily altered. However, the space left for us has been great. For example, with the NDS program,
if interested, you can improve DS2 data transfer, or release of more robust, more practical, and operational SDK.
Also, you can develop DS2 Linux with this release of the SDK, it may be tempting to many people, and the long-awaited thing.
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