Bumuckl.com - development & design since 2005Bumuckl is my name. And I am a tech addict. And a passionate geek. And an enthusiastic coder. Now and again a hacker. Sometimes a designer. I am devoted to Lua. I love Apple and Mac OS. I used to be active in the PSP Hacking Scene. Now I waste my time with webdevelopment. And maybe more. Actually I dabble into everything. But just call me coder.
Sopran R1 is meant to be a homebrew-webbrowser for Sony PSP. It was designed to replace the embarassing built-in PSP webbrowser. But since I decided to stop PSP development I also stopped working on Sopran. However, Sopran is available in work-in-progress (W.I.P) revision 6. The template engine is almost fully integrated, coming along with a pretty nice design. Typing is much easier due to the embedded Danzeff OSK. Tabbed browsing is also supported and you can establish connections to websites. The main thing that is missing is the HTML-Renderengine. So far, below is a list of embedded features:
tabbed browsing (unlimited amount of tabs)
built-in Danzeff OSK for easy typing
Views to be included: HTML render, Text, HTML DOM Tree, Sourcecode
Additional features to be included: Bookmarking system, Notes, Transfers
Feel free to download the latest W.I.P version. You can, of course, use code, improve your lua skills or you can even continue developing (that would be great). But don't forget to give me some credits for the hard work ;)
incLib gives you the ability to run PSP Luaplayer code, no matter if old or new one, on all homebrew-enabled PSPs using PGELua Wrapper. So you can run deprecated and old luascripts on all kinds of PSPs (the PSP has to be homebrew-enabled, once again!), and you can also run LuaplayerHM-based scripts on the faster and much more stable PGELua. And all of this with the help of the incLib. Just "dofile" or "require" the incLib at the startup of the lua script and there you go...
incLib offers Luaplayer emulation on PGELua
incLib brings your old scripts back to life
incLib is free and OpenSource?
Due to the poor performance, the project has been canceled and the development has been terminated. However, incLib was in a advanced state and there was a huge amount of functions included. If you want to learn/use/whatever things related to the incLib, feel free to download the latest W.I.P-file!
Pocketmon Quecksilver used to a big community project of the greatest german PSP community called PSPSource.de. I was leading the whole project and was working side by side with a PSPSource.de-User called Basecamp. The community participated in making suggestions, pointing out improvements, creating designs and the "Pocketmons". Every diligent participant got the honour to be part of the game either as a Pocketmon or as another character.
As you might already have guessed it is sort of a clone of the famous Pokemon for the Sony PSP. However It's a kind of a more bloody one. And of course it is nothing professional, it was a huge fun project ;)
But we did a good job anyway. 16000 lines of code. Honestly, we are allowed to praise ourselves :P
LuaPlayer CFG is a tiny mod for Luaplayer Mod 4 by cools. It gives you the ability to make some useful additional settings like activating USB at the startup, setting the "in-Homebrew" cpu-clock and setting your own bootfile in a special config file placed in the LuaPlayer directory.
Note: Probably only working on 1.5 Kernel.
Download: Not available anymore. I'll load it up again on demand.
Neoflash made me a favour and sent one of their PSP Motion Kits before really handing it out to the masses. So I developed a small game for testing and demonstration purposes called Motion Pong. It is a simple pong-game with a luminous design, however you do not control the paddles with help of the arrow-keys. Instead one must plug in the Neoflash PSP Motion Kit and can control his paddle by gravity ;)