Wiibrew developer joedj has released the latest version of FTPii. Version 0.0.4 sees quite a number of improvements since it was first released that make this program very useful for the homebrew enthusiast.
In case you haven't heard of this application, it is essentially an FTP client which connects with the Wii. Perhaps the most notable feature of thie program is the fact that users can access their SD cards from their PC without having to eject it from their console.
Since we weren't able to provide coverage for the previous 3 versions in-between this release, here's a look at all the changes that the developer has added to the application.
* Added rename support, as well as append and resume.
* Fixed _another_ nasty crash bug introduced in 0.0.3 when creating directories. (thanks nilsk123!)
* Multi-client support (up to 5), using LWPs. Unfortunately this makes things quite a bit slower, due to the reduced buffer sizes. This has the nice side-effect of making clients like FileZilla work.
* Fixed display/crash bug when creating directories. (thanks feesh!)
Remember to go over the documentation (in the zip file) before doing anything to avoid any untoward incidents when using the application.
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