WIT: Wiimms ISO Tools v1.10a - 2010-07-05 Beta test version, for EXPERIMENTAL use only. 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). For productive versions see the main WIT thread or visit http://wit.wiimm.de/. Download this EXPERIMENTAL release: wit-v1.10a.beta-r1333-i386.tar.gz : linux/i386 version wit-v1.10a.beta-r1333-x86_64.tar.gz : linux/x86_64 version wit-v1.10a.beta-r1333-mac.tar.gz : Mac OS universal binaries (ppc, i386 and x86-64) wit-v1.10a.beta-r1333-cygwin.zip : cygwin (win32) version Other releases are available from http://wit.wiimm.de/download.html. Highlights of this release: I have rewritten the wiidisc lib (part of libwmfs) from scratch. It has a complete new interface and an improved functionality. It uses dynamic data structures and collect data as needed and allow direct access to any partition. It has considerable advantages for the whole WIT project. . I have rewritten all commands to use the new wiidisc interface. Most commands work as usal, but some commands has been improved: "wit DUMP --show=all" shows more information about ISO images. Try "wit DUMP --show=files,usage,dmap". "wit ILIST --show=all" shows the offset and/or the size in HEX and/or DEC. "wit CMP" : If using the option --psel the partition tables are normalized before comparing. This enables DIFF to compare DATA partitions only independent from the existence of other partitions. . Please report positive and negative tests! Change log: Code: wit v1.10a.beta r1333 - 2010-07-05 (BETA TEST) - New option: --width wd: Define the width (number of columns) for help and other messages and disables the automatic detection of the terminal width. - wwt EXTRACT: Support '%X' and '%Y' in output filenames. - I have rewritten the wiidisc lib (part of libwmfs) from scratch. It has a complete new interface and an improved functionality. It uses dynamic data structures and collect data as needed. This has considerable advantages for the whole WIT project: - All information about a Wii disc is now in one hand. Things like usage maps and partition data are loaded/built once and only if needed. - wit DUMP --show=files: Print a list with images files (like -F+ before). Option --show=offset,size,dec,hex,header controls the output columns. - wit DUMP --show=usage: Print a wii sector usage map. - wit ILIST: Redesigned. Option --show=offset,size,dec,hex,header,path controls the output columns. - Option --psel extended: --psel=NO-ID : use all partitions but not partitions with an ID type. --psel=PTAB0 : use all partitions of table #0 but no other partitions. --psel=ALL : use all partitions (the default). --psel=WHOLE : use all partitions and don't scrub partitions --psel=RAW : more than 'WHOLE': copy whole dics - wit DIFF: If using the option --psel the partition tables are normalized before comparing. This enables DIFF to compare DATA partitions only independent from the existence of other partitions. Missing docu: - wit commands ILIST + EXTRACT - Option --show => see built in help - file ./setup.txt when composing The source is published under the licence of GPL2. Checkout the sources directly from the SVN repository or browse the source. This URLs are different from the product version. Visit http://wit.wiimm.de/ for more information.