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And homebrew ?

It seems very doubltfull because MASM is made by Microsoft and most like does not support the MIPS R4000-based CPU. Try searching here how you can program on psp;

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&sa=X&oi=spell&resnum=0&ct=result&cd=1&q=psp+homebrew&spell=1

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THANKS, for the input people,

MarijnStevens,

Ya, I guess since MASM is microsoft thats that. I wondered how I miss that? but I thought you can using any assembler? or machine language? cause your talking directly to the hardware with machine language?

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Processor types have differing hardware designs and each has its own instruction set architecture. Developing in ASM is not like C or C++, it is intimately tied to the processor type that you are targeting.

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