as usual everything is built with MIPSpro or MIPS C in case of 5.3 (iirc the name mipspro came later).
for the 6.2 packages i used a 6.x compiler to ensure that you don't have to install anything from the additional 7.x devlopment stuff which was released for 6.2 later. so with a stock 6.2 and some patches you're good to go.
additionally i have neither impact nor r10000 patches installed to make sure it runs on all machines supported by the respective os.
http://www.nekochan.net/downloads/index ... etz%2F5.3/
http://www.nekochan.net/downloads/index ... etz%2F6.2/
please keep in mind that these packages should run just fine with 6.5, too. especially the 6.2 stuff is n32/mips3 which should be a nice addition for anyone who runs 6.5 on a mips3 machine.
>> you can always use "rulesoverride" and ignore my deps as long as you have adequate replacements <<
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append the package name since there's no listing