Update! 2006/10/10 Update! 2006/12/18 Hello everyone! After a few months of hard work I have finally been able to call my "scraps of code" a real project! I have decided to have it hosted at SourceForge. The project name is libyaul, its basicly an alternative to the SBL/SGL libraries. It has support for the standard digital and analog pad using the SMPC control mode. (SH-2 direct mode will not be supported.) Support for all the documentated SMPC commands. (except for the Netlink/X-band commands.) Basic support for the normal and basic rotational VDP2 backgrounds. (Functions are named similar to the SGL libraries.) Support up to 32,768 colors. Basic CPU DMA support. Basic SCU DMA (direct) support. (Hopefully indirect will work.) Interrupts supported by using the BIOS functions. (Using SCU interrupts; not SH-2 CPU interrupts.) And a few other features I can't think of right now! It Will have support for the SCSP, and the CD block. Automaticly calculates the VRAM cycle pattern timers. (Code is currently broken.) Incomplete DRAM support. If you would like to help contribute code, please check out the repository! The site itself is incomplete, but I'm sure Guillaume and I will get it up soon.