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DevKit Advance Release 5 Beta 3

DevKit Advance Release 5 Beta 3 is now available for download.

Several bug fixes have been applied, it contains many new features, and other improvements. It is mainly lacking documentation. I really want to talk about those features, but without documentation I would feel guilty for it ^_^

There is a new package, agb-win-insight.zip, which
contains the gdb/insight source level debugger and arm simulator.... read more

Posted by Jason Wilkins 2003-05-10

DevKit Advance Release 5 Beta for Windows

The defacto standard in hobby Gameboy Advance software development has finally released a new version after a 2 year hiatus!

Now, time to for me to get some sleep...

Posted by Jason Wilkins 2003-03-24

Pre-Release 5 is in CVS

The source code to the next release of DevKit Advance has been imported into CVS. As of the date of this article, it has been tested to compile on Cygwin and should also compile with little or no modification on Unix based systems like Linux and Mac OS X.

Posted by Jason Wilkins 2003-02-20

The basics of newlib, DevKit Advance's C library.

An article on Embedded.com gives a good introduction to newlib, the C library used by DevKit Advance.

Here: http://www.embedded.com/story/OEG20011220S0058

Posted by Jason Wilkins 2003-02-17

DevKit Advance Moves to SourceForge

DevKit Advance is distribution of GCC, popular among independent Gameboy Advance developers, with the goal of making creating GBA software as painless as possible for beginners while not getting in the way of the advanced developer.

The project has moved to SourceForge in order to make it easier for developers to colaborate and make progress and to unify versions created for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X into one effort.... read more

Posted by Jason Wilkins 2003-02-13