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Description:

This is a command-line based tool for creating IPS patches. It’s written in C++. I created it because the only other Linux IPS patch creator I know of is GUI (and thus not something you really want to call from a terminal). The included binary is compiled for 32-bit, so it should run on most computers that were made in the past twenty years or so.

As noted, this tool was created with Linux in mind, but the source code is included. I’m reasonably certain that you could compile it for Windows via Cygwin with no trouble whatsoever.

Syntax: mkips “ipsfilename” “originalfile” “alteredfile”

where “ipsfilename” is the name of the IPS file that you hope to create.

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