ips XP compares two (or more) binary files (source file(s) and target file) and creates an Ips Patch from the result. This Ips patch can then applied to the source file(s) to transform them into the target file.
This can be used by programmers as an easy way to provide their costumers with updates of their programs so that they don't need to download the full program, but only the Ips Patch.
This can also be used to compare two console Roms (e.g. original and translated Rom) and then only distribute the resulting Ips Patch instead of the full translated Rom.
- apply Ips Patches (also Ips v2 w/ truncation)
- create normal (single source file) Ips Patches
- create multi-source Ips Patches: such a patch can convert multiple source files into the same target file
- associate ips XP with .ips files: Every time you double-click an Ips Patch, ips XP will launch with this file as preset and let you choose the target file.
- saves the settings for Backup, multi-source Ips Patch and Association.
- remembers its position on the screen