Modification of rePatch that adds Homebrew app0: and ux0:/data migration to other partitions, allowing you to play games with data on different storage.
Note: ioplus may be required
This plugin serves as a substitute for the patch folder when an existing update is present on official cartridges or other encrypted formats. It also has the benefit of loading decrypted content on 3.60+.
To clarify: this plugin works on 3.60-3.68 on NoNpDrm, official cartridges, and officially downloaded games.
Note: Be wary of using a Vitamin dumped(or similar) eboot, it will be affected by save issues.
How to Use for Homebrew
Homebrew application files can now be moved from ux0:app/TITLEID to YOUR_DESIRED_PARTITION:/rePatch/TITLEID, just like a normal game (eg. imc0:/rePatch/NXEV00001, uma0:/rePatch/NXEV00001). Just make sure not to delete eboot.bin and sce_sys from the original folder when saving space.
For extra homebrew data. Copy the required files from ux0:/data/ to YOUR_DESIRED_PARTITION:/reData/ (eg. ux0:/data/nxengine to uma0:/reData/nxengine). If the files aren't found in ux0:data/, rePatch will find the data in the folder you copied it to.
Developed by @dots_tb & @CelesteBlue123 SilicaAndPina Homebrew Support and Data patches by @BigBlackOniiSan.
Que novedades incluye la versión 1.2
- This fixes the issues of certain homebrew causing a complete system crash and reboot. If you had issues with 1.2 in the past, use this one. It was an oversight.
- Also added support for firmwares up to version 6.73
- Fixed Redirecting Homebrew wouldn't work if the application used Directory Open/Close in addition to File Open/Close
- OpenXcom and other homebrews that were affected by this should now work. Thanks to SKGleba for making me aware of this honestly stupid mistake