The file's name won't change after you run the scripts. The Asar and Atlas executables are both included in the GitHub project in their respective folders.
"Asar MMX3.bat" expands the ROM, so that it can fit all of the new code added by the actual project. That's why it has to run first. You'll know it worked if MMX3.sfc is now 4 MB in size.
"Atlas.exe - X3 (Everything).bat" is what actually applies all of the code. If it works, you should see the command prompt window telling you the outcome of each of the patches it's applying one by one, and ask you to press a button to continue after applying each patch. If you don't see this, it's not working properly.
The end result is the file still is called MMX3.sfc, but it now has all of the Zero Project changes applied to it.
Hope that helps!
Thanks a lot for your help, but I may be missing something in the process. That's what I tried to do:
- Go to Github
- Download code as zip "MMX3-ZeroProject-master.zip" (version 4.4 at the moment)
- Unzip everything directy into a folder called "MMX3-ZeroProject-master"
- Copy a "Mega Man X3 (USA).sfc" ROM with CRC32:FA0FE671 and 2 MB" into the unzipped folder
- Rename the "Mega Man X3 (USA).sfc" to "MMX3.sfc"
- Run "Asar MMX3.bat"
There is some problem because it says "The system cannot find the specified file" (I'm actually translating this message from another language). And I see copy "Base_ROM.sfc" "MMX3.sfc". It doesn't seem to find MMX3.sfc even if it is in the main folder.
I understood that executing "Asar MMX3.bat" should expand the ROM I had to 4 MB, but it's not doing it. The size is still the original, as the date of modification. The process seems easy but I didn't work and the following Atlas process would't neither work if this first step isn't completed. What I'm doing wrong?