Originally Posted by double_ofour
Just follow bepe's kitchen structure and analyze the package(s)
That's what I did originally.
Then I discovered the Scoter Kitchen
, which is based on bepe's tools too.
Nice thing about the scoter kitchen are the dmp2pkg
tools which I have not found in another kitchen so far (at least in the ones I looked at).
That kitchen it also great, because it comes with documentation in html included and plenny other tools to work on the XIP segments...
They are nice as you can re-build the packages from the DSM files (like DSMTool previously) and recreate your dump directory with pkg2dmp (like BuildOS).
At this point, I don't know what is better: pkg2dmp or BuildOS. I have yet to port the packages I extracted from Orwell and modified,
to the bepe Kitchen to compare (not too difficult, just that I was focusing on something else).
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