kuio is a lightweight kernel module for taiHen that allows user modules to access ux0:data for basic I/O operations.
So what's the point for the end user? Pratically nothing, but this will be extremely useful for taiHen user plugins developers and i hope more and more plugins will use this module. I suggest taiHen users to just put this in their config.txt under *KERNEL and in the future, if a plugin will use this, you'll already have it available.
It currently gives abstractions for these functions:
sceIoOpen -> kuIoOpen
sceIoWrite -> kuIoWrite
sceIoRead -> kuIoRead
sceIoClose -> kuIoClose
sceIoLseek -> kuIoLseek
sceIoRemove -> kuIoRemove
sceIoMkdir -> kuIoMkdir
sceIoRmdir -> kuIoRmdir
ftell -> kuIoTell (kuIoLseek doesn't return position)
Thanks to everyone who helped me during this journey trying to get SD access on user modules on #vitasdk and #henkaku. (noname120, xerpi, yifanlu, davee, xyz, frangarcj)
Documentation: https://github.com/Rinnegatamante/kuio/ ... ude/kuio.h (It's a lot similar to standard sceIo functions, the only two different functions are kuIoOpen and kuIoLseek).
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