Please use devkitPro pacman to manage your toolchain installation. We don't support manual installation or self compilation, sorry. You'll also need to remove the modifications you made to your .bashrc
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Cleanup and add memory clobbers to ISR operations Rearrange headers to avoid collisions and aid porting lwIP: Refresh pbuf code with cherry-picked upstream fix 3rd party classic controllers that don't send calibration data. Several issues were fixed, and usability and stability were improved. With ...
We've now updated and tagged all the docker images at https://hub.docker.com/u/devkitpro with the latest releases.
Things yet to do :-
Things yet to do :-
- Add all the switch portlibs to the switch-portlibs group
- separate pkgbuild scripts per platform and add to relevant -dev groups
It was reported that the macOS builds of devkitA64 were miscompiling Atmosphere which looks to have been related to build artifacts remaining from pre gcc 11.1 testing. A clean build fixed the issue so devkitA64 r17-10 and devkitARM r56-4 are now available for macOS users. sudo dkp-pacman -Syu to gr...
- Sun May 09, 2021 4:22 pm
- Forum: devkitPPC
- Topic: How to install libvorbisidec Windows
- Replies: 2
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Open the msys2 bash shell (it's in the start menu under devkitPro) then type
as it says in the message.
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pacman -S ppc-libvorbisidec
With thanks to retro100 for the PR
- Correct behaviour of SDL_GetTicks so it starts at zero.
- Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience.
Going to try to get back to putting all the releases for a month in a single thread, partly so we can keep some record of the updates and improvements we make. Might be nice to do a summary post on the end with some numbers. First release of May 2021 is a downgrade of devkitPPC-gdb since later versi...
- Sun May 02, 2021 1:17 pm
- Forum: Bug Reports
- Topic: gdb 9.2 asserts when connecting to libogc's gdbstub
- Replies: 1
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I had a look at gdb 10.2 and it's stil not working. I've just moved the devkitPPC-gdb package to 7.6.2 for now - that appears to work. There may be later versions that work but I had issues getting later 7.x trees to compile for all the platforms & I don't have a whole heck of a lot of spare cycles ...