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I was wondering if there are any Virtual Boy programming/development tools for the mac. The only one I could find is ViBE (which I’ve downloaded already). I don’t think there’s any, but, have I overlooked something? Or, are there substitutes that will do just as fine? Thanks for any help.

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You could probably build gccvb (the compiler) for Mac, and probably grit (for converting graphics) as well. I don’t think either of them have a build for Mac available, and I also doubt anyone has tried building them for Mac… but more than likely it’s possible (probably without too much work). Then you just need any text editor (preferably with syntax highlighting), and you should be good to go.

Or… the easiest way is probably to install Windows either dual-booted or in a virtual machine. You might even be able to get away with it with something like Wine or Crossover (assuming there’s a Mac version of those).


How about Boot Camp?


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