sysCheck GX v1.0.0 is out!

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Nov 2, 2010

sysCheck GX v1.0.0 is out! by erikspyder at 12:48 AM (3,042 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. erikspyder
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    This homebrew does several checks on installed IOS and custom IOS and generates a report on the root of the SD card.

    Features:
    * Nice GUI;
    * Report viewer;
    * Simplified / detailed report with information about what IOSes are and what they are useful for;
    * Language file;
    * Configurable settings;
    * ...

    Download:
    http://www.easy-share.com/1912830090/sysCheckGX.rar

    Preview:
    http://img801.imageshack.us/i/syscheckgx1.jpg/
    http://img180.imageshack.us/i/syscheckgx2.jpg/
    http://img100.imageshack.us/i/syscheckgx3.jpg/
     
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    Looks really great man Thanks!! [​IMG]
     
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    haha if u need it u r a n00b!!!
     
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    I SAID THE APP LOOKS GREAT [​IMG]
     
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    Nice, but we already have sysCheck 2.0.1 with a nice GUI [​IMG]
    Also, I think you have to provide the source code, am I correct?

    Edit: Ok, Im sure now. sysCheckGX uses Tantrics libWiiGUI and some code from Double_A, the coder of sysCheck 2.0. Do you have permisson from the authors? I cant seem to find any credit to the author of sysCheck 2.0.
     
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    Hi WiiBricker,

    In fact, sysCheck 2.0 uses some code from sysCheck and I am the author of sysCheck... sysCheck GX uses LibWiiGUI and no code from Double_A.

    The source code will be released when I'll be able to upload it on Wiibrew.org.

    Forgive my bad english...
     
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    Ah ok. Coz I thought it contains code from sysCheck 2.0 since the app is doing IOS checks and displays the results in a similar way than sysCheck 2.0 does.

    Anyway, keep it up bro.
     
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    The IOS check part of sysCheck 2.0 came from sysCheck. I was very pleased to see the excellent work of Double_A. With sysCheck GX I just wanted to offer my first GUI homebrew. The look of the report is similar but the result is slightly different (ES_Identify, USB 2.0, Priiloader detection, ...).

    You can download the source code here:
    http://www.easy-share.com/1912841054/sysCh..._SourceCode.zip
     
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    i just tried this program out and found that it failed pretty hard when started via wiiload without all the extra files on SD.
    is there a version already that doesnt rely on 20 different files on the SD card and will just display the stuff on the screen? or is there one planned?
     
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    Here's the needed files:
    - sysCheckGX.lang is the language file.
    - sysCheckGX.ini is the configuration file.

    It would take a lot of work because sysCheck GX displays the report file so (for the moment) it's impossible to run sysCheck GX without SD card (Maybe sysCheck GX will support USB in the next release).

    Because your idea is very nice, it's not impossible to see this feature in the future...
     

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