Talk:Code Downloader

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Awesome, glad to see that your working hard on this project. Its a really awesome app and has a lot of potential. I'll get to work on the wiki page. I also have a few suggestions that might make the code downloader easier to use: 1. Initial list after selecting region, shows a A-Z list that when accessed only show games that start with that letter. This will make finding games easier to do and there will be less long scrolling to go through. 2. Is there anyway to make the code downloader not exit to the Homebrew channel after downloading and just have it go back to the list? Anyways thanks for the quick response.--Kahlua18 18:06, 20 February 2009 (UTC)

Great work on the wiki page. I hope to implement the alphabetical listing but I have to set up a diffrent file parser to work with those pages. I used the all selection from the php script to build this version. The reason you can only download one file at a time is to limit use on the wiird database server. Inconvience saves bandwidth.--Linus 23:51, 20 February 2009 (UTC)

Very well done, but I should call it Cheat Downloader. Duhow

Code dump w/ Zelda PAL cheat file

Hello !
I'm trying to download the TXT cheat file for Zelda Twilight (PAL) but it ends with a code dump and nothing in the directory. I tried other cheat files but no problem, only Zelda ends with a code dump :(.
Any idea ? Thanks anyway, good HB :) OuahOuah 14:18, 21 February 2009 (UTC)

You need to upgrade to 1.1. This fatal error is cause by colins in the file name and was fixed with the newest version. It will hopefully be added to the HBB soon or you can download if from the wiki page.--Linus 18:49, 21 February 2009 (UTC)


Thanks to teknecal for updating early.--Linus 04:03, 23 February 2009 (UTC)

won't work from HBC

Why when I try this in the Homebrew Channel it says "this is not a valid Wii application"? I changed it from elf to dol using the ELF to DOL Converter. Is anyone else having this problem? --FUNKAMATIC (talk) 01:47, 1 March 2009 (UTC)

With this application you don't need to change it to .dol, the .elf is valid. --Teknecal 02:03, 1 March 2009 (UTC)

Source Code

Hello I am a representative of which is a Wii software baised modding community that offers region free and backup support for the disk channel... along with custom Wii startup graphics and custom Wii System Menus. There is already a stable... well working build to install these custom system menus but I was curious if I could use your (linus) Code Downloader Source Code to modify it to download Custom Menus off the Softmii servers for a better user experience

Thank you in Advance, Brothernex

Im not releasing the source to prevent people from changing it to abuse the usbgecko server, but I can point you in the right direction. Anyway code downloader just gets null terminated ascii text so you couldnt use it to download updates. This is a link to the network code I used.

Now if you want a more appropriate starting point you can check out the netsend example from teknecal here. Image:Sample

Or better still look at the source to wiiearth.

and if thats not enough here is the source for fceu gx. --Linus 18:40, 7 March 2009 (UTC)

Proxy Bug

When using a transparent proxy on your network (in my case squid) you may get part of the HTTP headers in your downloaded file. This prevents the cheat codes from saving properly with WiiCM, because it makes the filename the first line of the code. When the headers are included, the first lines are:

X-Cache: MISS from myserver.MYDOMAIN
X-Cache-Lookup: MISS from myserver.MYDOMAIN:3128

Let me know if you need more information. I also wouldn't mind fixing this - see your user talk page. --Slimjim8094 20:00, 10 March 2009 (UTC)

Can't get it to work

It goes to get the IP for 15 seconds then returns to the HBC. HBC version: 1.01, Code Downloader version: 1.2, internet connection: fast enough, code site works, router : linksys RangePlus Wireless Router, tested to work.--retrotails 04:33, 17 March 2009 (UTC)

If code downloader exits before displaying the region selection that means it was unable to get you ip address. Try and wait until the Homebrew Channel has established a network connection(the little globe in the bottom right corner stops flashing and stays white not grey). Also just try and restart the app a few time.--Linus 15:31, 17 March 2009 (UTC)