on 21-05-2012 09:44 AM
I recently downloaded the PSP Vita SDK and was happy to see it uses the Mono development framework (for me as an experienced C# developer). Now on my VS 2010 development environment (Windows 2008 Web edition running on mac VMWare Fusion) I noticed the demo's won't run (it builds but the emulator won't start). The debuggger shows an endless 'waiting for debugger' message. Now I searched this forum and noticed it probably has to do with the combination OS and VMware. Now I like to know if in future you will support VMWare or if it is supported what os should I run. Or should i use boot camp.
on 21-05-2012 03:20 PM
Welcome to the PlayStation Suite forums.
"PSP Vita SDK" -> Do you mean the PlayStation Suite SDK?
Presuming your answer to the above question is Yes, your development and deployment of PSS applications should be done in a a program which we have provided as part of the SDK called "PSS Studio". You can get to it from: Start > All Programs > PS Suite > PssStudio
The PSS Studio has a similar user interface to Visual Studio so you should find it relativley easy to get going. From PSS Studio you should be able to build & run your applications through the Simulator, PS Vita or other PS Certified Android device.
Some other community members have observed some problems deploying to a device, however please let us know how you get on.
Visual Studio integration is something that we would like to do in the future.
I hope this helps,
on 21-05-2012 03:25 PM
Sorry I was unclear, I meant I have installed the SDK side by side with my already existent VS 2010 installation!
Yes I have these problems when using PPS Studio. So it must be related to my environment. I am using a Windows 2008 server VMWare image.
What I will try is create a new Windows 7 based image and let you know if my problems dissappear.
21-05-2012 03:56 PM - edited 21-05-2012 03:57 PM
OK, I look forward to hearing your progress. Other developers have found that running in Bootcamp instead of virtualizing it through Parralels/VMWare etc, works better for them.
Website ©2013 Sony Computer Entertainment Europe