WIT: Wiimms ISO Tools v2.30a - 2014-11-15 A command line ISO+WBFS tool set for various os. WIT (Wiimms ISO Tools) is a set of command line tools to manipulate Wii ISO images and WBFS containers. The two main tools are called wit (Wiimms ISO Tool) and wwt (Wiimms WBFS Tool, the WBFS manager). Feature overview: WIT (Wiimms ISO Toolset) is a set of command line tools. wit (Wiimms ISO tool) is the main Wii and GameCube ISO manipulation tool. wwt (Wiimms WBFS tool) is a complete WBFS manager including FS checking and repairing, time stamps and multi WBFS support. wdf (Wiimms WDF Tool) is a little tool to manage WDF, CISO and WIA files. wfuse (Wiimms FUSE Tool) mounts Wii and GameCube images and WBFS files and partitions using FUSE. WIT supports 7 Wii disc file types (ISO, CISO, WDF, WIA, WBFS, GCZ and FST). wit can verify and compare (diff) Wii and GameCube ISO images. wit can extract and compose Wii ISO images. wit can patch Wii and GameCube ISO images while copying. wit can mix partitions from different sources into a new Wii ISO images. wit and wwt support many diagnostic commands. Advanced shell support. Visit http://wit.wiimm.de/features.html for more details. Download of the current version: wit-v2.30a-r5771-i386.tar.gz : Linux/i386 version wit-v2.30a-r5771-x86_64.tar.gz : Linux/x86_64 version wit-v2.30a-r5771-mac.tar.gz : Mac OS universal binaries (ppc, i386 and x86-64) wit-v2.30a-r5771-cygwin.zip : Cygwin (Windows) version Other releases are available at http://wit.wiimm.de/download.html. There are also some GUI available: QtWitGui, manipulate and convert single ISO images. This QT based GUI focuses on manipulating single ISO images. It can do much more. Wii Backup Fusion, a WBFS and ISO manager. This QT based GUI is a complete WBFS manager and ISO tool. Witgui for Mac. This is a graphical user interface for wit available for Mac OS X. Change log: Code: wit v2.30a r5771 - 2014-11-15 - Bug fix for GameCube extracts: The alignments in file 'align-files.txt' were too large by a factor of 4. - WDF version 2 is now the default WDF version. Use --wdf1 to force v1. - With v2.21a (June 2013) the default output file format was switched from WDF to WBFS. Since that command SKELETON used this new default by mistake. Now the much more efficient WDFv2 is used as default for skeletons. - Command SKELETON supports now GameCube images. - Windows only: Cygwin update to v1.7.32 2014-08-13. The source is published under the license of GPL2. Checkout the sources directly from the SVN repository or browse the source. Visit http://wit.wiimm.de/ for more information.