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This app is for browsing the device tree, and trying out quick IOS commands w/out doing builds.
Only use this app if you have any idea of why you are using it.
+Fixed bug causing crash related to overrunning the log +Added easy to use Byte (binary mode) adding interface +Fixed debug messages going to log. (More useful/detailed) +Speed improvements related to allocating memory +Fixed padding of bytes so output is easier to read +Added build flags so EasyIOS can build under cygwin, linux or osx +Added new devices based on changes on the IOS wiki
+Made 0 a valid fd +Implemented fix (hopefully) for timeout of video +fixed wrong value in ioctlv command +More debug during run
+Fix data payload on ioctlv message so its extendible +Add Makefile.linux to build linux exec for testing +Clean up menu printing so it doesn't scroll
- Boot up the app with the tp hack.
- Use the menu to choose a device, and perform operations on that device
Building for wii/ Running
- Building: make
- Running: copy easyios.elf to sd card using favorite tool; Use TP Hack
Use GC Controller
Up -Move up Down -Move Down A -Select Start -Select B -Swap between binary and hex edit modes
Test Builds (No GC or WII devkits needed)
- Building for Cygwin: make -f Makefile.linux cygwin
- Building for Linux: make -f Makefile.linux
- Running: ./easyios.exe
Controls in Console Mode (testing)
t - swap edit mode s - move down w - move up (binary editor) a - move left d - move right (s,w) - flip bit e - jump right q - jump left <ENTER> - select
+ Need Someone who knows the IOS interface very well to validate my calls to the IOS functions.