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Hey there! I'm a new developer. I've made a hello-world program, so I've certainly taken my first splash.
I'm fairly fluent in java, with some C++ and the slightest smattering of C. I've also got some .NET, though I don't expect it would do me any good, here.
I have a DSLite with a CycloDS.

So far, I'm planning on making a rich-text editor, because there doesn't appear to be one. Actually, text editing is one of a couple things I found the DS has almost no support for.
I notice this group rarely has anything posted, but I thought I'd join, anyway. I hope to start really developing within about two months.
By Parker

ClIRC - IRC Client for Nintendo DS

Please test my new homebrew project - ClIRC. It's IRC client.

Main futures:
* A clipboard in all dialog boxes. You can even copy from upper screen, holding "L" button.
* Using up to three servers at the same time.
* DCC chat support and file transfer by DCC in both directions (I really don't know what for, but in fact )
* Storing of logs directly to flash.
* Identification of server answers by numbers. I.e. not an interface only but the great deal of server answers is in English (for non-english servers).
* An alternative mode of nicklist request. Now you can see user's "away" status plus a complete list of his modes on server.
* Flexible settings of colors, highlights, etc.
* The prototype of scripts for advanced users. You can set commands, which will be executed after opening or closing of DS (turn away automatically, for example). You can previously make a list of commands for channels, privates and nick list, where the appropriate variables will be substituted as well. I.e. mIRC popups' analog
* All settings can be changed during a program work - it's no need to bother with ini files.
* Something like multitasking. At the same time you can download several files by DCC, get a list of channels and chat. Practically all tasks are working simultaneously, except the moment of connection.
* Russian in/out and interface (only for Russian version).

English version:
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Sorry if this is not allowed, I'll remove it if so.

I posted in nintendo_ds about a pixel problem I have, and someone commented back about this program I was wondering if anyone here is in the NYC area who owns the equiptment needed to run the program and would help me out with this. I live in Brooklyn, but I attend school in Illinois and will only be in town until the 7th.

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I have finally gotten to a point where I am comfortable releasing v0.3 of TxtWriter. This version has intra-document editing, so you can edit and make changes at other points in the document other than the end. It also has a much spiffier user interface, and dialog boxes for confirmations and alerts. It has an updated extended keyboard and more use of the keys. The F1 key now saves a file and F2 opens the file menu so that all operations, except for delete, can be done via the touch screen.

[ website | download ]

Version Changes
v0.3 (November 11, 2005)
- text console background
- new font
- new extended keyboard
- key highlighting
- home/end/pgup/pgdn & arrow keys navigate text
- cursor
- dialog boxes
- F-keys for opening & saving files
- Clear button
- internal editing
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TxtWriter v0.2

Got to a point I felt it is worth releasing another version of my li'l DS program, TxtWriter.

New to this version:
- file browser to open, edit, and delete previously saved text files in the TXT folder. And alphabetized.
- rewritten text engine to support scrolling for long text files, and word wrapping.
- file overwrite confirmation.

Swapped the displays to get rid of the lcdswap(), so hopefully anyone having inverted screens won't anymore.

Haven't added any pretty graphics yet. I'm getting a little burnt on programming this thing, so I may take some time and play around in Photoshop and work the right side of my brain a little while giving my left side some well deserved rest.

Let me know of any issues, suggestions, questions.

[ webpage | download ]
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TxtWriter v0.1

TxtWriter ... I just finished the 0.1 release of my first fully functioning DS application. It still needs more work, but it is working. It's a text writing application, using a virtual keyboard for primary text entry, with the directional and A/B/X/Y buttons for supplementary input (for space, return, shift, and backspace, respectively; paralleled on both sides). You can save the text files to a CF card, and even type in a filename for it.

[ website | download ]