GBA eeprom patchers C++ sources

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Aug 7, 2008

GBA eeprom patchers C++ sources by Smiths at 4:20 AM (1,131 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Smiths
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    did any of the eeprom patching things for GBA ever have sources released?

    there's 3in1 patching for the acekard but i need a pre-patching routine for FlashAdvance things. load rom, detect, patch etc...
    it don't look like anything of the gbata and those programs ever had sources released.

    just wondering if anything is out there.

    i'm drunk.
     
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    I don't recall seeing source code for any such programs, but his thread has a lot of info about SRAM patching various save types (all based on GBATA's SRAM patcher): http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=60168

    TrolleyDave and BrianTokyo have both written programs that have GBA SRAM patching (BatchGBA and NDSTokyoTrim, respectively), you could ask one of them if they don't mind sharing that part of their source. I don't think either of them have released the source code though.
     
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    thanks for the links. much appreciated with a hangover.
     
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    You're welcome to my source but it's written in Pascal.
     
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    Same here, OOP, based on TrolleyDave's rom data analysis.
     

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