VitaShell 0.5 released and now open source
Developer TheFlow, who recently released some PS Vita modules for the scene, updated his popular tool VitaShell for Rejuvenate. VitaShell has become a “must have” for anyone running Rejuvenate on the PS Vita.
What is VitaShell?
VitaShell is an alternative replacement of the PS Vita’s LiveArea. It offers you a file browser, homebrew launcher, built-in FTP, network host feature and much more. VitaShell won the first prize in our Revitalize Homebrew competition in December.
VitaShell 0.5 – changelog
With this latest update, TheFlow brings VitaShell to version 0.5. The main change with this revision is that VitaShell has now become open source. The source can be found on TheFlow’s bitbucket. VitaShell 0.5 also brings lots of stability updates and bug fixes. The full changelog:
- Increased homebrew force-exit compatbility and stability.
- Added network host mountpoint.
- Added ability to compile shader programs (use the _v.cg suffix for vertexes and _f.cg for fragments).
- Finished photo viewer. Use the right analog stick to zoom in/out. Left analog stick to move. L/R to rotate and X/O to change display mode.
- Updated to newest vita2dlib which fixed many bugs with images.
- Improved ‘New folder’ by extending to ‘New folder (X)’, where ‘X’ is an increasing number.
- Improved message dialog texts.
- Limited filenames so it doesn’t overlap with the size/folder text.
- Fixed infinite loop when copying the src to its subfolder by an error result.
- Fixed FTP client crashes and added support for Turboclient Android.
- Fixed alphabetical sorting, finally.
VitaShell 0.5 – Download
Source: Theflow on twitter