Hacking Discussion Info on SHA-256 hashes on FS patches

shadow256

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Someone know how to create "content check patches" for fs_patches like it's done from the version "12.1.0-0.19.5-r2" on ITotalJustice sig_patches page cauuse the python script doesn't make them?
 

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Cheers mate, when you can be bothered the windows exes would be appreciated too.
I'm updating the scripts to make them better, I've completed the FS script now to make sure it finds the exfat + fat files easier and carries out checks on them and then when it writes the patches.ini it says what one is for fat and what one is for exfat. I'm also making a new script for ES beta patch because instead of needing to patch in 3 places, it only patches in one which makes it easier I guess. When I am finished I will post these scripts along with new windows files.
There's no time when I will post these, i'll post when I'm done and have tested them.
 

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Here's new python scripts which now make FW patches the same as what's released by ITotalJustice, this is to ensure people are using the same patches. I added the extra patch that he/she has but I am not sure what It does as on that github it doesn't say and decompiling the binary files and checking the decompiled code is beyond my skill level.

ES patch script has been updated, but I kept the old patches as these work well for now and the new single beta patch is still experimental as far as I know. Remember and fill in keys.dat with your own keys.
 

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