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Old 2008-03-15, 06:50
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Is there any copyright holder to a Free Software?
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Old 2008-03-15, 08:03
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Yes. Whoever writes the code is the copyright holder of that code, unless they release it to the public domain (which is not the case with the GPL). Of course, if you have 10 people working on the same project, you'd have 10 copyright holders. Tormtorm obviously has the copyright on whatever code he wrote, but since it's derived work of copyrighted software with a specific license, he must respect the license if he wishes to use or modify it, just like any other EULA. Of course, the copyright holder(s) are the only ones who could take legal action against someone violating the software's license.

http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-violation.html
http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyleft
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Old 2008-03-26, 21:50
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Yep, I saw your comment. I even found your version (actually, I had to get on a Windows computer to download it, your site's file browser didn't work for me with anything other than IE), I quickly realized you had the same problem as me.

I didn't post in his blog (comments kept getting caught as "spam"), I sent him an email. No reply. Even if you can't read English, it's kinda hard to miss something with the words "ONScripter", "PSP" and "Source" in the subject line, no?

I'm emailing Ogapee; he's the copyright holder, after all.
So have you got reply from Ogapee?

It seems that し~くる(http://kimatten.hp.infoseek.co.jp/) is also a main developer of ONScripter for PSP, tormtorm said the only thing he did was compiling し~くる's code. Maybe trying emailing him?

BTW, し~くる and tormtorm also host Waffle for PSP, but no source code offered either.
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Old 2008-04-17, 13:00
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No reply so far either.

I can't believe I'll actually have to bother someone to translate my emails just for something like this...
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Old 2008-05-13, 09:31
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Ugh, I can't even find し~くる's email.

What's the point of writing GPL code if you don't make the source available and don't let others contact you?
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Old 2008-05-13, 11:29
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Have you tried shinshin319@yahoo.co.jp?
I got it off his blog.
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Old 2008-07-31, 17:03
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Oh yeah, I forgot to say that I didn't get a reply from し~くる either.

If anyone else wants to try emailing tormtorm/し~くる/Ogapee, I suggest you try doing it in Japanese. My PSP broke a few weeks ago, anyway, so I won't be making any further attempts anytime soon.
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Old 2008-08-12, 16:47
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Oh man, it looks like tormtorm posted a diff with his changes on his site a month ago. Had to use my own Makefile (and make a small change to onscripter.cpp) to get it to build a prx instead of an elf, though. Runs just fine on 3.xx/4.xx firmwares, you won't have to use eLoader anymore.

Just tested with OMGWTFOTL, with the images downscaled to 480x360. Transitions look a bit clunky on 222 MHz. They run smoothly on 333 MHz, but it seems like a waste of battery.

Going to test Tsukihime, I'll post a binary and sources later.
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Old 2008-08-18, 09:44
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Just tested with OMGWTFOTL, with the images downscaled to 480x360.
I thought the PSP's native resolution was 480x272 ?
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Old 2008-08-18, 10:23
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Image is either stretched or gets vertical bars on the side. tormtorm's version supports a few different resolutions:

http://www.geocities.jp/stm_torm/ons/ons.html

Scroll down to "RESOLUTION."

I'll post binaries and source in a bit, but I have no way to test things anymore, since I returned my cousin's PSP and Sony hasn't sent me a new one yet.

The major problem is the font size. Halfwidth Roman characters are nearly unreadable on the PSP.

Last edited by Krade; 2008-08-18 at 10:27. Reason: Typo.
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Old 2008-08-29, 18:35
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Alright, here's the latest version compiled to work with English scripts. Should work with 3.xx+ custom firmware without the need of stuff like eLoader.

http://www.krade.com/ons/onscripter-20080824psp-en.zip

And the source. It is just basically ogapee's onscripter-20080824 source with tormtorm's changes taken from his diff, three extra lines in onscripter.cpp and a new Makefile.
http://www.krade.com/ons/onscripter-...-en_src.tar.gz
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Old 2009-09-12, 02:07
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Posting this because I got a request forwarded by email.

http://www.krade.com/ons/onscripter-...-EBOOT.PBP.zip

I reformatted my laptop, so I don't have the sources I used with me right now, but it's basically onscripter-20090331 with the previous diff applied wherever it made sense (some parts didn't anymore). I will post them when I find them.

This one is compiled to be able to use the Slim's extra RAM (Umineko, for example, pretty much requires it), but I believe it will work just fine on a Fat PSP (just with less available memory, of course).
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Old 2009-10-22, 02:09
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The major problem is the font size. Halfwidth Roman characters are nearly unreadable on the PSP.
Did you ever end up figuring this one out? I got a 1byte version of onscripter to compile and run on the Dingoo A320, but like with the PSP, the font size is too small to be readable.
I would use onscripter-en, but it kept segfaulting.I think it may require -DBPP16, which onscripter-en doesn't seem to compile with, even when commenting out the warning.I doubt this version will look any better, in any case.
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Old 2009-10-22, 03:15
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Did you ever end up figuring this one out? I got a 1byte version of onscripter to compile and run on the Dingoo A320, but like with the PSP, the font size is too small to be readable.
I would use onscripter-en, but it kept segfaulting.I think it may require -DBPP16, which onscripter-en doesn't seem to compile with, even when commenting out the warning.I doubt this version will look any better, in any case.
Never mind, modifying the setwindow commands works fine, see this thread:
http://forums.novelnews.net/showthread.php?p=63980
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