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<version>Version of app in following format: x.x.x all others will not appear</version>
<description>Description of the Application</description>
<url>ZIP file containing files. See the following file for a reference on structure.</url>
Etc. [[User:Muzer|Muzer]] 19:31, 11 June 2008 (CEST)
* Good idea, but I feel it would be easier to use bitmasks, so lets take a32a 32-bit number, and split it up so with one value we can specify any extensions.
<source lang="xml">
<peripherals>14</peripherals> <!-- 1=GC, 2=Wiimote 4=Nunchuk 8=Classic 16=GH3 (List may be added to later) -->
* Because zip files are natively supported by all major operating systems, and because it would be easier to program a repository app that just expects a ZIP file. [[User:SquidMan|SquidMan]]
::Which is nice, but many homebrew apps are distributed as .RAR, .7Z, .TAR.GZ, .TAR.BZ2, etc. and those need to be supported. --[[User:Clorox|Clorox]] <small>who vectored some rasters</small> 04:12, 17 January 2009 (UTC)
:::Wow, I thought everyone forgot about this thing. Well, sure, everything could be supported. Except RAR would be more difficult. But whatever, this is old. --[[User:SquidMan|SquidMan]] 06:24, 17 January 2009 (UTC)


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