Katana docs

Discussion in 'Sega Dreamcast Development and Research' started by haliway, Apr 28, 2005.

  1. haliway

    haliway Guest

    Hello everybody

    I just buy a katana tower but where can i find docs to be able to develop? I have the Katana R9 sdk and WinCE 2.1 sdk but those sdk don't contain docs i believe.
     
  2. LeGIt

    LeGIt I'm a cunt or so I'm told :P

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    The docs are in the SDk ... :O As PDF's - have a look around ;)
     
  3. Yep, as Legit said, the docs are in the SDK...

    ...The clue is in the meaning behind the letters S-D-K ;)
     
  4. haliway

    haliway Guest

    OK OK because i heard there're 3000 pages of docs. Is it true. I'll see

    Someone have the Katana R11 ? R11 is it the last version? for WinCE what's the last version?
     
  5. macwest

    macwest Resolute Member

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    Use the sdk as Legit says. There are printed docs around but they are hard to find and extremely costly
     
  6. ASSEMbler

    ASSEMbler Administrator Staff Member

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    I have a set, it's two VERY large boxes and about 150 pounds weight. Only one set at acclaim, sort of tells you the cost.
     
  7. macwest

    macwest Resolute Member

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    I can believe it. Also PDF is so much easier.
     
  8. ASSEMbler

    ASSEMbler Administrator Staff Member

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    yes, but you can't rub yourself all over with a pdf :smt045
     
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  9. Paulo

    Paulo PoeticHalo

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    papercut fetish ASSEMbler?
     
  10. The VGM

    The VGM Guest

    LOL. That one made me laugh aloud. That must be a bunch of paper to weigh 150 pounds.

    Sega, the tree killer.

    Hey, who needs oxygen when you have development docs?
     
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  11. macwest

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    Now I am scared :) never thought of that
     
  12. haliway

    haliway Guest

    oxygen is a bad tool i think. It's the minimal to understand something and really bad practice.
     
  13. macwest

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    Never thought of Oxygen as a tool..... understanding not neccesary...You will be assimilated...
     

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