Difference between revisions of "ChannelMaker"

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ChannelMaker is a cross-platform application written in python to pack homebrew applications into Wii channels in the WAD format.
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ChannelMaker is a cross-platform application written in Python to edit WAD channels and create homebrew channels. ChannelMaker is legal and can create completely legal channels, as long as the channel edited was created with homebrew tools (such as [[Benzin]]).
 
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WADder is available as a Mac DMG, a PC installer, and a Linux package.
 
WADder is available as a Mac DMG, a PC installer, and a Linux package.
  
[http://rodgercombs.webhop.net/channelmaker/ChannelMakerMac Mac]
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* [http://rodgercombs.webhop.net/channelmaker/ChannelMakerMac Mac]
 
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* The Windows build has not been built yet.
The PC build has not been built yet.
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* Linux users should install the libraries wxPython, PIL (python-imaging), and PyCrypto, as well as have Python 2.6 installed. Then just run channelmaker.py in the archive.
 
 
Neither has the Linux build.
 
 
 
 
[http://rodgercombs.webhop.net/channelmaker/ChannelMakerSource.tar.gz Source]
 
[http://rodgercombs.webhop.net/channelmaker/ChannelMakerSource.tar.gz Source]

Revision as of 19:50, 7 September 2009

ChannelMaker is a cross-platform application written in Python to edit WAD channels and create homebrew channels. ChannelMaker is legal and can create completely legal channels, as long as the channel edited was created with homebrew tools (such as Benzin).

ChannelMaker
Channelmaker.jpg
General
Author(s)Xuzz
TypePC utility
Version3.1
Links
Download
Source

Downloads

WADder is available as a Mac DMG, a PC installer, and a Linux package.

  • Mac
  • The Windows build has not been built yet.
  • Linux users should install the libraries wxPython, PIL (python-imaging), and PyCrypto, as well as have Python 2.6 installed. Then just run channelmaker.py in the archive.

Source