About the XBSF format, is it a Nintendo's file format? Will It include an executable image? Are there the sources of CITRUS?--Jocopoco 08:08, 9 February 2012 (CET)
Not to downplay the usefulness of this program, but what purpose does it serve for people who don't get to play around with dev 3DSes? --Luigi2us 22:58, 27 February 2012 (CET)
"it can be retail signed, provided the right RSA keys" Which is impossible, not even official devs have that retail RSA private key.(they send their titles to Nintendo to sign, like they *always* have) Therefore the output CXI *is* dev unit only. --Yellows8 03:36, 2 March 2012 (CET)
This application and the linked .CXI are complete crap. The .bcwav file in the application is a mutilated .WAV file, the .ctpk files are just a series of random 0x00 and 0xFF, the .cbmd is another mutilated file (I believe some image file), and the .cxi is complete crap (just look at the file in a hex editor and tell me that's not immediately ridiculous). Calling for deletion of this ridiculous page. --trap15 05:59, 2 March 2012 (CET)
Well the files may be legit, but since there's no way to obtain other files than the ones he provided, this is mostly a toy. Have fun creating the same output file over and over again :/ --Luigi2us 12:21, 2 March 2012 (CET)
Nintendo wouldn't use a bog-standard .WAV with changed header names. I can 100% guarantee you that. I am about 99% sure that this code, and Xcution are Complete Bullshit™. --trap15 19:12, 2 March 2012 (CET)
- They did and they do. --Elisherer 19:20, 2 March 2012 (CET)
Xcution Is there a way for decrypt your demo?--Jocopoco 19:11, 2 March 2012 (CET)
- No. --trap15 19:12, 2 March 2012 (CET)
Why? Is it a fake? --Jocopoco 19:20, 2 March 2012 (CET)
- Yes. --trap15 20:22, 2 March 2012 (CET)
If you adopt Nintendo's official software format,maybe some issues will happen.
Official format should be known,cheating,illegal copying probably happen.
This is the reason I suggest Homebrew Format. The format will be different and developers should able to develop homebrew.
- That was already discussed here... "Official format should be known" Official format *already* is known. Homebrew has *always* used the same format as official software. Not using NCCH/whatever in homebrew won't slow down piracy much if at all.--Yellows8 16:45, 3 March 2012 (CET)
- 1. It puts together banner data for HomeMenu. It outputs a .bnr and .icn, from the settings you chose and a few other files. For what it does, it does work.
- 2. The .CTPK / .ICN are fine. I built my own app using his output and the icon is a large black "X" on a square white background. This is what it looks like: http://img195.imageshack.us/img195/687/iconzviacitrustool.png
- Most likely you thought they looked like random FF and 00 because .ctpk is an image format and that is an array of RGB data. What are the RGB values of black and white pixels? (Black and white = xFF + x00)
- 3. We've tested apps that used BCWAV format before. Here's one of the sounds converted and tested with a real (dev/test) 3DS: http://www.mediafire.com/?lc1jcqcoxa9vl0m , compare the headers.
- 4. CBMD - the model/animation you see on the upper screen when you put in a game/cartridge or hover over icons in Home menu.
- 5. The "Chinese" versions of the title and publisher seem to get removed in the "build" process, not sure if that's an issue with my PC or your tool.
- 6. Application77.cxi is invalid.
In regards to the unencrypted ExeFS in the recently released homebrew .CXI by Xcution, below are the offsets of the contents of the ExeFS for those who want to slice it up.
The contents of the ExeFS with Offsets and sizes.
|0x5C00||0x4E20||Banner (when extracted the official extention is .bnr)|
|0xAC00||0x36C0||Icon (when extracted the official extention is .icn)|