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I found it online as a downloadable by google, but every spot has been removed due to some forsaken reason by either owner, expiry, or violation. Can someone upload JPCSP v0.6 2684 for me please? It seemed to be the best emulator for Tag Force 1.
I could only find the 2687 revision in our records.. you'll have to compile it yourself if you need the exact 2684 :/

http://www.admin2pc.com/jpcsp-r2687-windows-x86-32.7z
http://www.admin2pc.com/jpcsp-r2687-windows-x86-64.7z
(10-14-2013 02:00 PM)nickblame Wrote: [ -> ]I could only find the 2687 revision in our records.. you'll have to compile it yourself if you need the exact 2684 :/

http://www.admin2pc.com/jpcsp-r2687-windows-x86-32.7z
http://www.admin2pc.com/jpcsp-r2687-windows-x86-64.7z

I don't know what the compile is...
There is not much information on how to compile JPCSP. You can use this: http://www.emunewz.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=148326. The thread does not teach you how to change the repository to be able to build a particular revision. It also does not teach you how to set up your computer to receive the Source Code. However, is it really necessary to use this particular revision (r2684)? The changelog of r2687 would seem to be an improvement over r2684. What particular problems are you getting when you run Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force on JPCSP?
I'm curious about what changed in that revision that could have caused issues for that game, so I would appreciate if you could post your experience with it.
For compilation of certain revisions, I would suggest downloading and installing NetBeans. You can easily checkout JPCSP's code right from NetBeans SVN plugin and when doing it, you are able to change the revision number you want. Also, compiling under NetBeans is as simple as pressing a button.
If you run into any difficulties with this process, please post them, as I will write a full tutorial for compiling JPCSP if needed.
oh well, since this request caught Hykem's radar then what the hell, lets see.

I've checked out 2684 with tortoise.
Loaded up to Netbeans.
Pressed the build button.
Ignored some errors about not implemented which do not really matter.
I have the folder.

Here take it gondracorn and run the freekin start-windows-amd64.bat or the start-windows-x86.bat

http://www.admin2pc.com/jpcsp.7z

cheers.
(11-02-2013 09:19 AM)nickblame Wrote: [ -> ]oh well, since this request caught Hykem's radar then what the hell, lets see.

I've checked out 2684 with tortoise.
Loaded up to Netbeans.
Pressed the build button.
Ignored some errors about not implemented which do not really matter.
I have the folder.

Here take it gondracorn and run the freekin start-windows-amd64.bat or the start-windows-x86.bat

http://www.admin2pc.com/jpcsp.7z

cheers.

Thanks nickblame. Smile
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