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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by 101239, Nov 25, 2015.
I want to know if we can dump homebrew like we can dump games.
Dump... homebrew? What exactly do you mean?
Why'd you wanna do that?
What do you mean by dumping homebrews?
Anyway, most homebrews are already open source.
Why would you want to dump something that exists in a forum/website to download already? And most of them have the source code available too.
The only reason I can think of is if you want to share homebrew with a friend or something, and you forgot the name of the homebrew (which is highly improbable).
im just curious to see if its out there. also i really want to fork off boot.3dsx
I have the strange feeling that your trolling again...
I don't think you know what you're doing... "Dumping" a homebrew is as easy as copying it from your SD card... If you mean something like reverse engineering it then the word you're looking for is decompile, which you really don't have to do for homebrew... If you want to modify boot.3dsx then just go grab the source from smealum's github: https://github.com/smealum/3ds_hb_menu then use the instructions there to compile
i agree with this *facepalm*
Wtf dude why do you keep creating shit threads on here? You can't dump homebrew you just copy the file to your sd card. Seriously you need to think before you post things
didn't you already get in trouble for forking someone's work
What did he do, violate the license or something?
taken smealum's boot.3dsx homebrew launcher, made no changes to it, and just gave it a different name.
it wasnt a fork it was litterally just the boot.3dsx in a folder.
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With braindump, we can dump the files of a game for viewing on a computer. so like that
homebrew doesn't really work the same as commercially released games and software. but most of it is open source, for example smealum's homebrew launcher: https://github.com/smealum/3ds_hb_menu