MultiPatch
MultiPatch
1.7

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MultiPatch free download for Mac

MultiPatch1.7

20 April 2020

All-in-one file patching solution.

Overview

With MultiPatch, you can apply IPS, UPS, PPF, XDelta, BSDiff, or BPS patches to files. You can also create IPS, UPS, XDelta, BSDiff or BPS patches. Everything is contained in one application, it is not a front-end and thus does not need to rely on external tools to accomplish the job.

What's new in MultiPatch

Version 1.7:
  • Fixed: PPF Patches did not apply correctly most of the time. (This LibPPF bug was originally documented by Ritesh Sood on SourceForge)
  • Switched IPS, UPS and BPS support to the Floating IPS library. It appears to be the preferred library for creating and applying IPS and BPS patches now, creating the most efficient patches and offering the best patch compatibility
  • Added support for applying Ninja 2 .rup patches
  • Compatible with system dark mode in macOS 10.14 Mojave
  • Added the ability to disable checksum validation when applying XDelta patches. The option is found in the new preferences window. This preference is only valid for your current session and will be turned back off the next time you launch MultiPatch. When you get a checksum error trying to apply an XDelta patch, it means the file you’re trying to patch is not the same file that the patch was created for. Enabling this new option allows you to patch anyway, but it’s very likely that the patched file will not work

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How would you rate MultiPatch app?

1 Reviews of MultiPatch

Panocha
03 January 2015
Version: 1.4

Most helpful

Doesn't work at all. I created the patch file, and it was only 18 bytes, but I went ahead and tried anyway, and when I tried to patch the file, with the one that it had just created, I got a zero byte file along with an error message that the patch file was too small. I tried twice to make sure, and it just doesn't work.
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Panocha
03 January 2015
Version: 1.4
Doesn't work at all. I created the patch file, and it was only 18 bytes, but I went ahead and tried anyway, and when I tried to patch the file, with the one that it had just created, I got a zero byte file along with an error message that the patch file was too small. I tried twice to make sure, and it just doesn't work.
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