PSY-Q And net yaroze

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PSY-Q And net yaroze

Post by demonicmetalcs » January 3rd, 2014, 9:17 pm

i have an net yaroze and i am working on it the traditional way
using win 98 and and the dos commands

but i have some questions
the biggest part of this forum is filed with psy-q example and project
so is it possible to use psy-q?
or can i use the libs from psy-q?

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Re: PSY-Q And net yaroze

Post by Shendo » January 3rd, 2014, 11:48 pm

Yes, you can use PsyQ and if you don't mind that it's a leaked SDK it's actually recommended over Yaroze libs.
And it works even on modern x64 Windows (with a few updated tools).
You can upload your code the same way as you did now with PSXSERIAL.

P.S. There is also a new open source PSXSDK which is currently not as feature filled as PsyQ
but it's legal and it's bound to get better in the future.
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Re: PSY-Q And net yaroze

Post by jman » January 4th, 2014, 12:04 am

demonicmetalcs wrote:Hi
so is it possible to use psy-q?
If you want to setup and use Psy-Q SDK have a look at this page:

Keep in mind that you will end up using DOS command anyway (if you want you can script your compilation&deploy workflow).
The Psy-Q SDK in the end is just a bunch of include files, various DOS utilities and PDF documentation. No IDE whatsoever like CodeWarrior.
demonicmetalcs wrote:or can i use the libs from psy-q?
Yes, but use either the NetYaroze or Psy-Q SDK.

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