Goldleaf 0.7.1 [MAJ 0.7.2]

XorTroll vient à l’instant de sortir la nouvelle version de Goldleaf, son fameux gestionnaire de fichiers NSP/XCI. La bonne nouvelle, c’est qu’il a corrigé le bug critique qui empêchait son fonctionnement sur firmware 9.0.0. On notera également que le processus de création de NSP a été optimisé et devrait donc être plus rapide. Cerise sur le gâteau, le client PC Goldtree, programmé dans la précipitation, cède la place à Quark, un logiciel multi-plateformes (Windows/Linux/Mac) codé en java. L’installation USB ne devrait en être que plus confortable !


[MAJ 0.7.2] une nouvelle version a rapidement suivi pour corriger un souci au niveau de l’installation des tickets.


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  • Installs
    • Fixes a (stupid) bug were ticket installs would fail, thus contents would be unlaunchable with « checking if the content can be played » nags.
  • Quark
    • Small class fix for Quark, making it work sometimes on Linux (just that now it doesn’t instantly crash)

Have fun with your favourite homebrew tool!

Notes: the forwarder wasn’t changed, and almost nothing of both Goldleaf and Quark actually changed.




  • 9.0.0 support was added.
  • Introducing a new, properly made PC client: Quark! (since Goldtree was made as quick as possible, I’ve wanted to remake it from scratch since 0.1…)
    • Quark is going to be Goldtree’s new replacement.
    • It’s Java and cross-platform, supporting Windows, Linux and Mac.
    • It has a fancy, Material-style UI, which you can interact with while USB is handled in the background.
    • Note that it’s still experimental! You will need JRE/JDK 8u60 or higher to use it.
  • Console information layout has been remade into a new layout, introducing some new cool and QoL features:
    • A new menu allows to view the current console update’s version, plus an option to export it!
    • In case the console has a pending update downloaded (when the system auto-downloads an update) it can also be exported or removed, so that booting into Maintenance menu isn’t neccessary to do so.
    • Updates can be exported in directory (to be later installed with Choi) or in NSP form.
  • Title exporting
    • NSP generating code was rewritten from scratch, what might involve performance improvements.
    • Exported contents’ directory was moved to /dump/title since update are exported to /dump/update.