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Patching

Description:

MultiPatch is an all-in-one file patching solution. With this one program, you can apply BPS, IPS, UPS, PPF, XDelta, BSDiff or RUP (Ninja2) patches to files. You can also create BPS, IPS, XDelta or BSDiff patches. Everything is built in to the application natively, it is not a front-end and thus does not need to rely on external tools to accomplish the job. This program is compatible with computers running macOS 10.7 or later. Older versions compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 or later are available on the MultiPatch homepage.

MultiPatch uses several open source patching libraries under different licenses. The complete source code is available on GitHub. See the ReadMe file for more details.

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User Review Information

The OSX alternative you've been looking for.

Reviewed By: Chronosplit on 26 May 2016

Most patching utilities out there are for either Windows or Linux. This posed a bit of a problem until MultiPatch came about, because you would either need to gamble with something like Wine or use the patcher in another OS before transferring it over.

This incorporates well with OSX’s “it just works’ ideal as well, in that nearly every single format used on this site cooperates with this patcher (the exceptions being either a really obscure filetype or a special EXE patcher). It’s clean and easy to use, the only caveat being that filetypes of patches need to be capitalized just right.

All in all, if something tells you to use [insert patcher here], just turn to MultiPatch and you’re good to go.

Version 1.5 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
The best patch utility for Macsyetisyny07 Oct 20181.6.2Yes
The OSX alternative you've been looking for.Chronosplit26 May 20161.5Yes