- It's Java and cross-platform, supporting Windows, Linux and Mac.
- It has a fancy, Material-style UI, which you can interact with while USB is handled in the background.
- Note that it's still experimental! You will need JRE/JDK 8u60 or higher to use it.
Que novedades incluye la versión 0.8
- Quark's target version was changed to Java 9 or higher, since trying to support Java 8 too made it complicated to get it working.
- USB system was changed, and it won't work with previous versions (latest Goldtree for instance, which supported up to 0.7.3)
- Fixed file/directory copying between different filesystems (SD and PC in this case), so it should work fine now 🙂
Now Goldleaf takes advantage of string descriptors on its USB communications:
- Goldleaf's USB will have "Goldleaf" as the product string, so Quark can identify if the homebrew detected is actually Goldleaf. This particular change kills compatibility with any previous versions.
- Goldleaf also sets it's version as the serial number descriptor, so Quark can use it. Development builds have "-dev" after the version ("0.8.0-dev", for instance), which will make Quark warn about its possible unstability.
- Quark now displays the time anything was logged in the log box. That way, one can easily identify if USB connection is still working, for instance, with installs or long file copying.
- Small class fix for Quark, making it work sometimes on Linux (just that now it doesn't instantly crash)