PSPSDK is a set of tools and libraries designed to let developers compile their own software for the PSP system.
The open source implementation of sdk is designed for UNIX-like systems, however it is possible to install on Windows operating systems.
Follow this guide to install PSPSDK toolchain on your computer.
psptoolchain.sh; minpspw.deb; content needed
MinPSPW is a MinGW-like port of toolchain binaries for native Windows platform. It is recommended software for Windows platform.
- Download installer
Link to MinPSPW project page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/minpspw/ (Version 0.10.0 is recommended because other versions, even newer ones seem to have dependancy errors, 0.10.0 is the most reliable version)
- Run setup
Simply follow GUI guide, install to C:\pspsdk\, check all options
- Set Environment Variables
Go to Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> Advanced tab -> Environment Variables...
A window with two tables should pop up. In the first table select Path and then click Edit...
In variable value add:
Please note the semicolon ; at the beginning.
Example variable value:
C:\Program Files\Intel\WiFi\bin\;C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin;C:\pspsdk\bin
- Save settings and log out
When you log in, open Command Prompt (cmd.exe), type: psp-gcc and press enter.
Output should look like this:
C:\Users\You>psp-gcc psp-gcc: no input files
- Your PSPSDK toolchain is ready to use!
If you get this message,
C:\Users\You>psp-gcc 'psp-gcc' is not recognized as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.
then please verify that psp-gcc.exe resides in C:\pspsdk\bin folder along other programs. If it does, then verify Environmental variables.