NESRomTool
NESRomTool
0.61

2.6

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NESRomTool0.61

17 June 2003

Extract graphics from Nintendo ROM files.

Overview

NESRomTool is a commandline utility for extraction and injection of graphics and program data (executable code) for Nintendo ROM files (.nes).

What's new in NESRomTool

Version 0.61 adds the following:
  • Fixed a typo in the usage output.
  • Added previewing compound sprites in the terminal.
  • Added previewing strips of sprites in the terminal.
  • Added verbose mode (-V). NOTE: that's a capital V. (not 100% implemented)
  • Added preliminary code for extracting sprites from PRG banks.
  • Added sprite strip injection. (untested)

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How would you rate NESRomTool app?

4 Reviews of NESRomTool

4.25
Peter-Valencia
10 June 2003
Version: 0.4

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I've been waiting for something like this. A GUI for this would be great, for those like me that are Terminal-challenged.
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Anonymous
11 August 2005
Version: 0.61
Great job Sadistech!, don't let moronic comments get on your nervs and keep up the great work.
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Spike
18 June 2003
Version: 0.61
Hey! I'm working on that! This is just the core of the app. Expect a full GUI within the month. I made this a CLI app for starters the following reasons... 1. there is a very limited number of OSX apps that are for working on NES ROMs (and other ROMs for that matter) 2. there are NO apps like this for *nix. 3. NAPIT (windows) is SLOW. I wanted my app to EAT it. 4. I thought up the terminal-based preview one night and thought that would be a snazzy feature. 5. It was faster for me to whip this up for simply extracting sprites. There WILL be a full, OSX-native, Cocoa-based app in the near future. I'm just trying to complete the feature set of the CLI tool. Also, it's bad form to badmouth the developer, I mean, HEY, it's FREE and it WORKS. If I was charging 30$ for this, bitch all you want, but until then, keep yer anger to yerself. ;)
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Anonymous
17 June 2003
Version: 0.61
Command line apps are for UNIX apps that perhaps use piping, sudo ing or otherwise need the CLI. Otherwise CLI apps are a poor excuse for an app. Write a GUI and I'll check it out. Use fricking Interface Builder for crying out loud.
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4.25
Peter-Valencia
10 June 2003
Version: 0.4
I've been waiting for something like this. A GUI for this would be great, for those like me that are Terminal-challenged.
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