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it is helpful to know if you are in DSi mode as you have access to more memory and a faster processor. a quick test would be to allocate 4 MB of memory. if it works you are in DSi mode. you can currently also use the following code:
I am not sure if it is a supported path, so use it at your own risk. if __dsimode is true then you are in DSi mode.
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extern bool __dsimode;
This question comes up often enough that it's probably worth implementing a libnds function to obtain the system type. Patches are encouraged, pointers to libraries and/or random code that isn't supplied and maintained by devkitPro make life awkward for everyone.
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