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Wiimms ISO Tools is a set of command line tools to manipulate Wii and
GameCube ISO images and WBFS containers. The toolset consists of the
following tools:

wit (Wiimms ISO Tool):

This is the main ISO manipulation tool. It can list, analyze,
verify, convert, split, join, patch, mix, extract, compose, rename
and compare Wii and GameCube images. It also can create and dump
different other Wii file formats.

wwt (Wiimms WBFS Tool):

This is the main WBFS manipulation tool (WBFS manager). It can create,
check, repair, verify and clone WBFS files and partitions. It can
list, add, extract, remove, rename and recover ISO images as part
of a WBFS.

wdf (Wiimms WDF Tool):

wdf is a support tool for WDF, WIA, CISO and GCZ images. It
converts (packs and unpacks), compares and dumps WDF and CISO
images. Additionally it dumps WIA and GCT image and unpacks WIA
images. The default command depends on the program file name (see
command descriptions). Usual names are wdf, unwdf, wdf-cat, wdf-cmp
and wdf-dump (with or without minus signs). "wdf +CAT" replaces
the old tool wdf-c and "wdf +DUMP" the old tool wdf-dum.

wfuse (Wiimms FUSE Tool):

Mount a Wii or GameCube image or a WBFS file or partition to a mount
point using FUSE (Filesystem in USErspace). Use 'wfuse --umount
mountdir' for unmounting.

Maintained by: Hunter Sezen
Keywords: wii,gamecube,wit,wwt,wdf,wfuse,wbfs,iso
ChangeLog: wiimms-iso-tools


Source Downloads:
wiimms-iso-tools-0.31a.tar.bz2 (971b8c3f26448c623f4e93cb1a970156)

Download SlackBuild:
wiimms-iso-tools.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 14.2

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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