Posts Tagged ‘PSPMyAdmin’

Other stuff along the way

November 13, 2007

While working on my PSP game, I’ve been thinking of continuing a few not-so-related projects.

First is PSPMyAdmin, which was supposed to be a tool to help you manage MySQL databases. Due to the lack of having a server on the PSP, the program uses SQL files and parses them to produce an image of the database structure. So it’s like editing an actual database, without the need to login or access a server. I’ve put this off a couple months ago but I could be returning to it, and use the Danzeff OSK with it. It would really cut down on time to make an interface for the program. I haven’t played with the source yet, but hopefully it should be easy to change its appearance to blend in with my program a bit more.

The next thing I’ve been working on is a simple OBJ parser. It’s based off the code from PSPMyAdmin so I got a head start there. Currently I’m working out some bugs with producing some vertex information, but it is almost done. This tool would actually be useful in helping others produce 3D homebrew games.

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