Difference between revisions of "1ST READ.BIN Checker"

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This tool will check the main Dreamcast binary and tell you if it's a unscrambled, scrambled, ELF or SREC binary format. It also serves as a front-end to convert your files from ELF formats to binary formats. It also uses scramble by [[Marcus Comstedt]] to convert binaries to unscrambled or scrambled binaries and sh-elf-objcopy to convert ELFs into binaries.
 
This tool will check the main Dreamcast binary and tell you if it's a unscrambled, scrambled, ELF or SREC binary format. It also serves as a front-end to convert your files from ELF formats to binary formats. It also uses scramble by [[Marcus Comstedt]] to convert binaries to unscrambled or scrambled binaries and sh-elf-objcopy to convert ELFs into binaries.
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There's also a command line version available that was written in C. There's binaries for the current version, 0.1, for [http://dchelp.dcemulation.org/?download=checkerc-01-win32.zip Windows] and [http://dchelp.dcemulation.org/?download=checkerc-01-linux.gz Linux]. The source code is also available [http://dchelp.dcemulation.org/?download=checkerc-01-src.zip here]. For Mac users, they can compile 0.1 themselfs or use the original vb2c release binary [http://dchelp.dcemulation.org/?download=checker_vb2c_osx.zip here].

Revision as of 02:52, 14 April 2008

1ST_READ.BIN Checker
Checker 201b.png
Homepage Homepage
Latest Version 2.0.3a
Downloads Binary
Source
Release Date 8/15/2007
Author fackue
Active Yes

This tool will check the main Dreamcast binary and tell you if it's a unscrambled, scrambled, ELF or SREC binary format. It also serves as a front-end to convert your files from ELF formats to binary formats. It also uses scramble by Marcus Comstedt to convert binaries to unscrambled or scrambled binaries and sh-elf-objcopy to convert ELFs into binaries.

There's also a command line version available that was written in C. There's binaries for the current version, 0.1, for Windows and Linux. The source code is also available here. For Mac users, they can compile 0.1 themselfs or use the original vb2c release binary here.