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FastPatch.bat 0.4 for hdlpatch 0.6b
FastPatch.bat 0.4 for hdlpatch 0.6b –
Okay, I know no one really dug this batch file before. It's not easy to work with and probably not much fun to edit. But for those of you looking to use hdlpatch to it's full potential, this is much improved. Albeit at 17KB this is a damn long batch program. But I promise you, with drag and drop functionality and the ability to make skinned HDL elfs using up to 6 seperate output files... well, I like it. I don't care if you don't.
As before, this attached text file is the batch program. Read it as documentation and carefully edit the SET variables... I'm including the first bit of the file here as I don't feel like re-writing it. And as always, damn those who continue to whine: what can the gurus do for me? Ratchet and Clank 3 still won't work... boo hoo... Still one of my fav games and I've accepted the fact that until I'm smart, this is all I can do... and it's better than nothing.
:: This little program is simple as hell and designed to make the skinning
:: and patching process of HDLoader fast. If you don't know anything about
:: batch programs, you should definately stay away from this...
:: Before running this program you will need to edit this batch file so it
:: patches your HDLoader how you want it to and recognizes all your files.
:: Before you begin, you will need to put this in the same directory as the
:: following files: Zero-X's hdlpatch program, an unpacked copy of HDLoader,
:: and a PS2-packer. This batch program will also run Zero-X's ToxicOS Core
:: patcher program (if it finds it). Also, you can (if you want) add any
:: patched HDLoader files to this same directory (and edit the appropriate
:: For more information on the ToxicOS Core, check out PS2-Scene.org.
:: Once you've edited all the proper variables, all you have to do is drop a
:: folder with the files to be injected onto this batch file. For example, I
:: keep all my HDLoader files in D:\PS2\HDLoader. Folders within that folder
:: contain the files need to make skinned and patched HDLoaders... Your
:: structure may be different but the basic structure must be the same.
:: D:\PS2\HDLoader\Rust Theme\button.tga
:: D:\PS2\HDLoader\Rust Theme\colors.txt
:: D:\PS2\HDLoader\Rust Theme\font.bmp
:: D:\PS2\HDLoader\Rust Theme\font.dat
:: D:\PS2\HDLoader\Rust Theme\menu.bmp
:: D:\PS2\HDLoader\Rust Theme\splash.bmp
:: Now I can just drag and drop the JessicaAlba folder to make patched and
:: skinned HDLoader ELFs inside that folder... same goes for Rust Theme
:: (which by the way was made also by Zero-X and looks great).
Let me be the first to thank you, this is pretty awesome.