Advanced Patch Conflict Finder
|Release Date||03 March 2018|
|Last Modified||21 September 2018|
A tool for finding conflicts between multiple patches. This is a more advanced variant of Zephyr’s Patch Conflict Finder program, which essentially did the same thing; however, all of the patches had to be in the same folder as the program executable, which was a command-line program. This program includes a GUI, allows a directory to be specified, allows patches in sub-directories to be included, and allows some patches to be ignored as the user desires.
Invaluable.Reviewed By: Chronosplit on 18 Feb 2018
Up until this was released I used Patch Checker. It’s good at what it does, but I could only compare two patches at the same time and it wouldn’t provide you with the most detailed information.
This little tool is awesome. Not only does it enable you to check whole folders of patches together for those of us who dare to cross-patch the heck out of everything, but it gives you a pretty good rundown (though the text might bit unwieldy at times) of every patch without requirement to save a text file. This tool is very helpful for checking my own patches as well as looking into compatibility with others.
The cherry on top of the sundae? It also runs in Wine with no tricks required!
Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes
|Invaluable.||Chronosplit||18 Feb 2018||1.0||Yes|