This release fixes the crash caused by having many files with long filenames in the same directory
Archive for September, 2007
psp.akop.org, my PSP emulator site has been rewritten in Ruby on Rails (the original version was in PHP). This will significantly reduce time needed to update the site, as almost everything is now automated (even documentation is generated on-the-fly from the database).
The previous version was also database-driven, but changes to the database were done by hand.
Here’s a chance to see your next favorite classic system (1970-1990) emulated on the PSP — if you have a suggestion for a “classic emulator” port, please leave your vote in the comments. Please note that this isn’t necessarily a promise that the system will be ported, but it will certainly be given serious consideration.
The crashing bug that affected Atari800 also seems to affect NeoPop. Another release should be up in a few days – in the meantime, if you had success getting Atari800 to run, please let me know.
UPDATE It’s official — the Atari800 bug is fixed. Thanks, ChaosOrg
Today’s release fixes the controller loading bug, which resulted in saved control configurations not being loaded when switching games
UPDATE Version 188.8.131.52 released – this update fixes the crash caused by having many files with long filenames on the screen at the same time. Numerous users reported this issue, which is most obvious when scrolling through the file list using a PSP with custom firmware. The problem also affects firmware 1.50 users, though it’s more difficult to reproduce on that version (the crash is not immediate, but compounding).
Anyway, version 184.108.40.206 fixes this problem, which was caused by a display list of insufficient size. If you’re running custom firmware and were having difficulties earlier, please let me know if this resolves the issue. The bug most likely also affects NeoPop.
A bug is confirmed in Atari800 – the emulator does not load predefined controls. Thanks to those who reported
It’s that time again… Today’s new emulator is NeoPop PSP – a port of NeoPop, the NeoGeo Pocket and Pocket Color emulator. It’s a bit of a break from the norm, as I generally do not port emulators for newer hardware, but since the only other option is ngPsp, it was worth a shot.
This version has audio support (though DAC is currently not implemented–see documentation), ZIP file support and support for flash data reading/writing. As expected, it doesn’t perform acceptably below 333MHz, and this is not likely to change any time soon.
Please see documentation for known issues and leave any comments you may have below. Thanks