The road to hell is paved in good intentions.
Wow it is amazing how people on a site like this just wanna get bent all out of shape and bash Sony on rumors.Quote:
And unless your willing to fork out the unconfirmed $3,000 for a usage of the developer SDK
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Because a requirement in the gnu gpl licenseis to release any derivatives under the same license. Sony, or anyone else is free to modify gcc in anyway they want, but they are required to release it under the same gpl license they received it under. Unless they received permission (seems unlikely, but is possible), they cannot legally release it under any other license. That doesn't mean they have to give it away for free, but they must provide the source to those that buy it.Quote:
Last time I checked, PS3 was not an open source system, so why on earth would you expect Sony to publish their derivative works to the public?
With every argument you make against Sony the dumber you look. You sit here on a site dedicated mostly to Sony hardware and bash Sony. Then you sit at home and develop emulators for a Sony system that would make more people want to buy that Sony product. You know what I was gonna write some more but I just realized you are probably one of those dumb asses that believes they are always right and can not be proven wrong, so all I can say i have fun in your own ignorance.
READ MY ****ING POST
I said that playing roms (of the games you own) and making emulators is legal. Since when is this stealing software? Every country with a copyright law (that's right, even the US and their draconic laws) have this covered.
I swear, people sometimes really get on my nerves.
LEARN TO READ WHAT OTHER PEOPLE POST
Oh ok if its not stealing then what would you call it. You continue to just post useless garbage that no one even cares about. Well Troll on Sir Troll.
And my first post on here was about how to set up flashfxp to that it would actually connect to MM