Is there a corrected cos.xml repository?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Jow Banks, Nov 24, 2016.

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Would you use a cos.xml repository if someone creates one?

Poll closed Dec 8, 2016.
  1. Yes - I want to be able to convert all of my loadiine GX2 titles!

    4 vote(s)
    57.1%
  2. No - I'm OK with just sticking with loadiine GX2

    3 vote(s)
    42.9%
  1. Jow Banks
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    Jow Banks GBAtemp Regular

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    I don't think there's anything "proprietary" in the cos.xml files, so I think this can be discussed here.

    It seems that DDD dumps are great for loadiine, but are missing part of the cos.xml that keeps them from being able to be converted into wupinstaller-able files.

    Is there a repository already setup for this somewhere?
    If not, would there be any interest in looking for someone to set one up?

    I know that DDD can also miss some RPX/RPL files, but I've never ran into a problem when using loadiine GX2 with these "partial" dumps.
     
  2. Irastris

    Irastris Just another fag with a suggestive avatar

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    You could use JNUStool to only download the /code/ folder for any games that cause issues.
     
  3. Jow Banks
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    That only works for the titles currently on the update servers.
    There's a lot that are missing.
    Like typomanm, the cave, shadow puppeteer, chroma blast... [lots more]
     
  4. Irastris

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    Not if you add your own title keys to the JSON, which can be found on that ticket database.
     
  5. Jow Banks
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    Unfortunately - I can't find many of the games there.
    Example: I just looked for Typoman - it's not there.

    I can grab the encrypted files using java -jar JNUSTool.jar 00050000101CE000 -dlEncrypted - but of course the title.tik is missing.

    I have never been able to get JNUSTool to let me add in any info to the updatetitles.csv file.
    If I edit it, it just says bad file and re-downloads a new one, deleting my entries.

    Like I added in "00050000-101CE000;4,WUP;016J;WUP-P-ATVP;ATVP6J;Typoman" and it just errors and grabs a new updatetitles.csv