From: Groepaz (groepaz_at_gmx.net)
Date: 2005-06-21 20:47:38
On Tuesday 21 June 2005 19:03, Steppe wrote: > >>Would the ZipCode SixPack qualify? It uses the file prefix > >>1!!, 2!!, 3!!, 4!!, 5!!, and 6!!. > > > > sixpack is gcr, should be perfect :) > > AFAIK Sixpack (available on the Zipcode v2.0 collection, FYI) by far > doesn't catch all the weird protections out there. I tried archiving my > originals with it, but upon writing them back surely over 50% didn't > work anymore, and similar results were achieved with G64 files I > generated from the sixpacked files. > MNIB (the official version) is said to catch 70% of all protections, and > Pete's improved version is even better than that. Don't take my numbers > as chiseled in stone, though, these are more or less just guesses, not > based on real scientific counts. ;-) that still doesnt mean that zipcode couldnt qualify as a fileformat to save gcr info (which was the original question iirc). everybody knows (i thought) that the original sixpack application doesnt really handle any advanced protections - but that doesnt mean some other app couldnt (and produce a sixpack file) -- http://www.hitmen-console.org http://www.gc-linux.org/docs/yagcd.html http://www.pokefinder.org Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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