Why do you need extra tools outside my Hurricane kitchen set? If you put the WM6.5 XIP and Partition framework in the Source folder with the right names then the batch should deliver a ready-made .bin at the and as well.
The easiest way to get back to the one-step batch would be to pick one of your two-step created .nb files, rename it to 82040000-OS.nb and put it to the SOURCE folder.
Batch processing will cut out the pieces and supply the compression for imgfs later - no more two-step.
Last step of the kitchen is basically to joint the new created imgfs with the already ported XIP and ULDR (if present) to a new .nb and then put it to transfer format of the BIN file - transparent blocks with some kB size (not sure if it is64k) and a checksum so that transfer errors can be detected.
Anyway the important part is the creation of the imgfs and especially the correct relocation of modules, something special with the Hurricane and its many modules without reloc section.
You up'ed 2 files, one named "part1.." is there a part 2 also or is this the create_wm6_5?
I guess I will just use the SYS I have for WM61 (from Rose) and WM65 (from Captain) in my Tornado OS Builder kitchen for porting inside OS Builder. This is easier than porting from Batch to OS Builder.
I see no advantage of WM65 over WM61, but all done for the WM61 can be transferred 100% to WM65, so no big deal here. The added functions on WM65 are not worth it:
- some memory and CPU hogging browser ad-on
- and "widgets" you cannot use on smartphone anyway
- and a 1MB bigger SYS with otherwise identical packages
- make not up for the option to be able to skin your menus, they just get bigger and making that finger friendly on smartphone is a joke :)
Sliding panels are in WM61 already (for those who like it) but I have my private homescreen that does all I want on one page and it includes ToDos which the Sliding panels does not.
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Originally Posted by sniper304
And i also rying to poted wm pprofessional on hurricane,it start, but work with some lags, and need to rewrite some oem drivers =)
Why professional - you have touchscreen on Hurricane? Just the 96DPI is nice for more screen estate (smaller top/bottom bars) - but I don't care, really.
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BTW: WM6 Kitchen runs full gear and all options - time to port to WM61 and WM65 :)