I need someone to beta test it to make sure it will install to "base" copies of the ISO.
If you feel like you need to use the ISO_extract tool in any of your projects, feel free to. It's able to read path tables and it has a replace function that can put another file overtop of an existing file if there's enough space for it. I am not a programmer (err... I don't get paid to program computers), so I'm not sure about whether the tool is programmed correctly or about making proper docs so someone else can use it effectively.
You're not allowed to double post. Or should I just go ahead and double post when I have an update?
Also, I've learned more about making batch files since publishing this. You need to use "py" (Python Launcher) command rather than the python command itself, because this will work if the user has not added Python to their system path (which is optional during install). Syntax goes:
py -3 script.py args
I have zero submissions so far, so I'd appreciate it if you'd let me have this one.
This goes in "unfinished" category because it's a 50% patch, and I have no plans of proceeding further with this project. I guess that means I need to include even more than just this patcher.
I undertook the project because someone had already translated all the text you see in this patch, and I thought it would be a shame to let their good work go to waste.
Anyway, I need someone to beta test this to make sure it will install to their base copy.
Thanks for your help BTW. I used the program deceboot three other times already besides this project because ISO_Extract plus deceboot means they only need the ISO. ISO_Extract can extract and insert it, deceboot can decrypt it, and a custom program (will be different for each project) can modify it.
It's just insane to me we can now publish patches directly on some forums because they're so tiny: Link