Homebrew Browser v0.2.0b: increased buffer size, HTTP no-cache

Wiibrew - Wii Homebrew - news and downloads - Image 1A new version is out for teknecal’s Homebrew Browser, a program that allows you to download and update Wiibrew straight from your console. There are several great updates in this version, including the HTTP no-cache, which ensures that you’ll always get the latest versions of your favorite Wii homebrew games and programs. Details in the full article.

Download: Homebrew Browser v0.2.0b

Wiibrew - Wii Homebrew - news and downloads - Image 1 

Wiibrew developer teknecal has released a new build for Homebrew Browser, an uber-useful (as if I haven’t said it enough) that lets you download and update your Wii homebrew programs straight from your consoles.

Teknecal has really been kicking it into overdrive with the updates, as it’s only been a few days since the last one. Still, for a quick update, this one’s pretty big. It has two new features, and by no means small ones. Better grab it as soon as you can.

Here’s the changelog for the Wii Homebrew Browser, which is now on v0.2.0b. If this is your first time using the program, be sure to read the documentation included in the download archive.

  • Increased buffer size so applications that require a lot of files will work
  • Added HTTP no-cache so users behind a proxy will always retrieve the latest version of the apps list

Download: Homebrew Browser v0.2.0b

More Wii homebrew!

Via Wiibrew.org

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