Well, I just logged in today and noticed that my thread/post here is "HOT" (whatever that means).
So I thought I'd mention that the project starter of the Playstation 4 Emulator claims they can't use any repositories due to using an old Android OS:
I find that a bit strange that one would start a project, contribute nothing more than an almost useless .hpp file after claiming they are unable to use any repository, and doesn't even give a base. Anyways, it has 40+ downloads already, but nobody has contributed any code(virtually including the project starter themself).
An emulator is likely feasible over time -- but its abundantly clear that the project maintainer on SourceForge has literally no idea what he's talking about, so it won't stem from his project. He doesn't speak like someone with even intermediate C++ skills, nor like anyone who's ever contributed to, much less maintained, a codebase with a non-trivial amount of code. He claims to have 3 C++ source files and 18 headers which (beyond pointing towards less-than developed software engineering skills) he can't upload because his *2-major-versions-old android device* won't run git et. al. Golly, he must've been surprised to learn that. It all sounds to me like a naive kid wanting to take credit for starting the project and not much else. Points for enthusiasm, though.
So the maintainer is coding on an Android 2.x device and doesn't have any other way to write or publish his work?? Picard facepalm.