To quote: Another revision bringing PS3 Game List to v1.9.2. Despite the minor release digit, this version implements an interesting feature (which almost stands as a project of its own): ISO 9660 file system support.
Users who have the various dongles that provide ISO image functionality can now use the app to manage their game library, check the change log for additional info. I am considering adding UDF support as well, if there is demand for it.
Since multiupload has been down for a while, I’ve been looking for alternatives. I intend to host the files at psx-scene.com, the project seems to fit their developer initiative well. I will get in touch with them and arrange something out. Meanwhile, the download is available at the provided link, it will do for now.
PS3 Game List change-log and features:
ISO 9660 file system image support (currently read-only, data stored as an ISO image will not be editable; an icon will overlay both avatar and background image in order to differentiate the entry from standard game folders, and the tooltip will display additional info about the volume; note that ISO images do not follow the ‘folder depth’ configuration, just have them stored at the root of a directory and they will be loaded as a regular game folder);
The Linux port of PS3 Game List, based upon v1.9.2, is available for download. It implements most of the Windows version features (minus the platform specific functionality). The OpenSSL package is required (download the correspondent version for your release), and so is the Qt lib (the download link includes base files).
The OSX port of PS3 Game List, based upon v1.9.2, is here, featuring the same app updates (minus the platform specific functionality). Mac OS X 10.5 or up is required, so is OpenSSL (OSX ships with a slightly outdated version, but it should work; feel free to update to the latest release, though) and the Qt lib (the download link includes base files).
Haven’t tested it on Lion, let me know of any eventual misbehavior.
As usual, feel free to suggest something new, and, if you happen to find any bugs, please report them as well.
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Today wborland0 has updated his PS3 Game List homebrew application to version 1.4 with a guide, and as always the changes are detailed below.
To quote: Another release adding more features to the base app; I tried to squeeze in as many suggestions as possible, feel free to ask for new ones. If you happen to find any bugs, please report them as well.
PS3 Game List v1.4 change-log and features:
Context menu support (right click on list items to activate);
Initial FTP support (download/upload via context menu);
Allows mass renaming of game folders (to match game id or game title);
Choosing not to overwrite an existing update no longer aborts the download process (the next update in line gets selected);
Fixed creation date sorting issue.
PS3 Game List Quick guide (v1.4):
“Game folder”: loads the game info stored at the selected folder/directory (currently one-level deep; further revisions will eliminate the issue);
“Export”: exports/saves your game list as a text file;
“Clear list”: clears all the data loaded;
“Save changes”: saves all the changes made to the PARAM.SFO files and folders (double click or press F2 to alter game title, firmware or folder name; check the resolution and audio boxes to alter them);
“Rename folders (ID)”: renames all folders to match the game ID (e.g. BCUS98114);
“Rename folders (Title)”: renames all folders to match the game title (e.g. “Gran Turismo 5″;
“Browse game folder”: opens an explorer.exe window pointing to the selected game folder;
“Check for updates”: checks whether the loaded games have updates available;
“Download updates”: self-explanatory;
“Select all/none”: selects/deselects all updates;
“Proxy settings”: opens up the proxy configuration dialog (HTTP/SOCKS 5 supported);
“FTP”: the FTP tab allows the user to connect to a server (or a PS3 running one); left click on an item to display the available options. In order to upload a game, connect to a server and navigate to the destination folder. Then, go to the “Game info” tab and left click on the game to display the context menu. Select “Upload (FTP)” to upload the game to the selected folder.