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SCSDK(Self Contained Software Development Kit)
SCSDK(Self Contained Software Development Kit) –
Yes every one would love there ISOs and everyone wants a emulator.
but come to think of it i would love for a team to get behind a good SDK for the home-brew. something with easy access to programing objects for both the CPUs and Graphics GPU. Yeah something to bring any old programmer up to par with the rest people. a simplified and generic SDK. i know every one is going to yell foul. but think of it most software dev Enviroments u don't have to work hard at making the program to work, (well not as hard as in with just a text pad and BIN utils) Maybe even make it to run on the console itself.
There u go call it SCSDK(Self Contained Software Development Kit). give to averg joe access to the real power of the PS3 and the real home-brew software will be a endless stream. .... comments and the rest of it on my blog http://mrgatz85.blogspot.com/
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A software development kit (SDK or "devkit") is typically a set of development tools that allows for the creation of applications for a certain software package, software framework, hardware platform, computer system, video game console, operating system, or similar platform.
SDKs may have attached licenses that make them unsuitable for building software intended to be developed under an incompatible license. For example, a proprietary SDK will probably be incompatible with free software development, while a GPL-licensed SDK could be incompatible with proprietary software development. LGPL SDKs are typically safe for proprietary development.