QCMA updated to version 0.3.10
Developer Codestation released an update to his popular Content Manager Assistant alternative, QCMA. QCMA 0.3.1 is a minor maintenance release, that brings support to Ubuntu Wily and fixes support in some countries, among other things.
What is QCMA?
Qcma is a cross-platform application to provide a Open Source implementation of the original Content Manager Assistant that comes with the PS Vita. Qcma is meant to be compatible with Linux, Windows and MAC OS X.
QCMA 0.3.1 – changelog
QCMA 0.3.1 brings the following changes:
+ Sort game entries alphabetically on the Vita side.
+ Fixed bug where users from some countries couldn’t connect to qcma since the update xml provided wasn’t valid for them.
+ Changed dbus support for unix signals on qcma_cli (linux only)
+ Added support for Ubuntu Wily, Fedora 23 and Debian Jessie.
– Removed support for Ubuntu utopic and vivid, Fedora 22 and Debian wheezy.
Codestation also announced that he’s been working on QCMA2, which will bring android compatibility. He warns however that he doesn’t have any release date for QCMA2 at this point.
Download QCMA 0.3.1
More details at the source: codestation on /talk