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Date: Thu, 12 Mar 2009 01:38:37 +0900
Subject: Re: Inferno port to the Nintendo DSi, anybody?
From: Noah Evans <noah.ev...@gmail.com>
Speaking of which are we applying to google summer of code?
On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 1:37 AM, Salva Peir=F3 <saoret....@gmail.com> wrote=
> On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 4:00 PM, Noah Evans <noah.ev...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> What's the cost of the DSi going to be in Europe? In Japan it's 18,000
>> yen(about 144 Euros). In Europe the expected price is 149 Euros. Does
>> that include VAT?
> i'm speculating a bit here,
> but i think in the overall it's worth mentioning a few things:
> seems the DSi's price here in europe will be around 170=80:
> besides the DSi itself, a flashcart is needed to run homebrew code,
> a few considerations that come to mind are:
> - boot code using the same mechanism used by the DS (SLOT-1 cards)
> - the flashcart runs .nds images, so the ndstool should work.
> There're other media suitable for boot, but i guess that atm not much is
> known about the SD card controller, so they're using the same
> mechanism used in the DS.
> About the flashcard alternatives, there're a few: r4dsi, ttdsi, ak2i,
> ... (probably + to come)
> There's not much to say about these because the DSi it's still not
> widespread yet,
> so there're no reviews, descriptions about these devices.
> In any case, there're a few things i'd have in mind when choosing a flash=
> - choose one which is common enough
> - have the flashcard i/o source code (which afaik none of the above has)
> I'm interested in more correct/complete or up to date information, if
> that's the case just post it.