During the previous update for Wii Web Server alpha, Cboomf and Felix123 managed to get their experimental homebrew project to load HTML files from a fixed directory on the front SD card.
The devs have since been polishing up the app, which resulted in its capability to now load several file types from the front SD, aside from just HTML.
Wii Web Server alpha's version 0.61 also features several updates that aim to streamline its coding. Here are the rest of the changes since our last report on this homebrew:
* alpha v0.61
o Removed the /a and the old testpages since they are no longer needed.
o Smaller code.
* alpha v0.6
o Can now send any file size (thanks to joedj's ftpii write_exact function)
o Ditched GRRLib to make the server smaller in size
o Cleaned up the sources
* alpha v0.5
o Can now load any file type (those listed below) from FrontSD
Further details and documentation on Wii Web Server alpha can be found at Cboomf and Felix123 dev page at WiiBrew. Keep on the lookout in case we spot any more updates in the near future.
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