New build available, 1338, for Jpcsp, the emulator PSP for PC developed in Java. I remember that in order to use the program, which allows you to run some homebrew like those already in the archive, you need to install Java on your PC.
Following the full changelog and the link to download.
Rev1338: Fixed module loading modules for using a stub size not divisible by 20. Added new icons from J_BYYX.Added missing "try ... catch" statements in VideoEngine that were causing compilation errors.
Rev1337: Use Nullpointer exception instead of returning null in the method to transform inputstreams to strings as it already throws a exception. Reworked one of the client methods since the method does not return null on empty files but the empty string.
Rev1336: Introduces a method to transform into inputstreams strings and use it where that was happening.
Rev1334: Slightly simpler get StrackTraceElements of
Rev1333: Properties already have a way to specify a default value
Rev1331: GUI changes from J_BYYX: icons for menu items
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