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 It's very important to note that at present, this guide is written by two people in the process of doing a new port (200D and RP specifically).  We don't know (much of) what we're doing.  That's the point - if you want to start a new port, you don't know what you're doing, either.  But at present, it means these are going to be messy, confusing docs. It's very important to note that at present, this guide is written by two people in the process of doing a new port (200D and RP specifically).  We don't know (much of) what we're doing.  That's the point - if you want to start a new port, you don't know what you're doing, either.  But at present, it means these are going to be messy, confusing docs.
  
-====== Requirements to get started ======+ 
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 +===== Requirements to get started =====
  
   * An unsupported cam (link to supported cams should go here)   * An unsupported cam (link to supported cams should go here)
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   * Reverse engineering tools (link to page holding links to recommended tools / tool categories.  Prefer open / free tools where possible, documenting closed tools is less useful)   * Reverse engineering tools (link to page holding links to recommended tools / tool categories.  Prefer open / free tools where possible, documenting closed tools is less useful)
  
-====== Porting process overview ======+===== Porting process overview =====
  
   * Understanding ML (source tree structure, build process, high-level overview of boot process)   * Understanding ML (source tree structure, build process, high-level overview of boot process)
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