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By cyphol, Senior Member on 12th July 2008, 04:08 PM
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Since I got many PMs asking for the kitchen I used to cook my ROMs, I've made my decision to upload it here.

Well, the source is not completely mine, but it's also modified from KaiserKitchen and tools from many others.

I've checked it and modified it again today to make it as easy to use as I'd like it to be.

You can modified it to suit your own but remember to learn the process first.

So here it is.

The download link is here

Enjoy.


Regards,

Cyphol.

 
 
12th July 2008, 04:09 PM |#2  
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Thanks for sharing.
^.^


I'm looking forward to testing it.
12th July 2008, 04:11 PM |#3  
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It's a simple kitchen only.
12th July 2008, 04:41 PM |#4  
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You have a few repeating points in the cleaning process.

You could make :clean
del, attrib and rd procs.

AFTER it insert a set /p choice
where choice 8: ends with goto 1a, or choice 9, goto 1b.

I'm thinking about replacing the ervius package manager with buildos+package_tool

What do you think about that?

I'm also thinking about adding a rgucomp registry conversion section.
12th July 2008, 04:45 PM |#5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by adwinp

You have a few repeating points in the cleaning process.

You could make :clean
del, attrib and rd procs.

AFTER it insert a set /p choice
where choice 8: ends with goto 1a, or choice 9, goto 1b.

I'm thinking about replacing the ervius package manager with buildos+package_tool

What do you think about that?

Yeah! I know but I did it on purpose. That's how to help other newbies understand the process of cooking. I have another one, clean but complexed,not to be publicize since it's not good for learning purposes. It also mean that your're not that noob.
12th July 2008, 04:55 PM |#6  
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Well, I think I still am.

^.^

I'm more of a linux user but I still remember basic windows batch syntax.

I only started learning about cooking etc not so long ago (htc cooking; what I did in the past was SE modding).


Still have a long road left ahead of me, but I'm a fast learner.


Anyways, you're right about the kitchen.
Experienced chefs will tend to have their own.
12th July 2008, 04:59 PM |#7  
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Do you think it's a good idea to add "pause" among critical sections?
Just to have time to check if everything's ok and ready to proceed with the cooking.

1 failed step and you have to analyze what and WHERE it went wrong.

But for example:

echo "Extracting imgfs content complete."
pause

--- continue script
12th July 2008, 05:10 PM |#8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by adwinp

Do you think it's a good idea to add "pause" among critical sections?
Just to have time to check if everything's ok and ready to proceed with the cooking.

1 failed step and you have to analyze what and WHERE it went wrong.

But for example:

echo "Extracting imgfs content complete."
pause

--- continue script

Yeah! You're right. I give you permission to alter the batch file and upload again as yours. So, it will help many newbies understanding the process more and trap the errors before hand.

So, how are you doing with Raphael's ROM. My first impression of it is not that good since it's not for release purpose but it's running pretty good on mine. The release one will surely better than ours here.
12th July 2008, 05:31 PM |#9  
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The first repack I did worked lke a charm (apart from the internal storage driver issue), though I didn't really have the time to play extensively with it; it was only to check the hardware compatibility, speed and structure.
It really looks like a pre-release.
Like I wrote in one of my previous posts, I'm gonna TRY making a hybrid Raph+diam, though I don't know if it's worth the time investment.

Like most ppl in here, I have a private life apart from playing with tech.

Gotta find myself a doctorate. I just defended my thesis last Monday.
^.^
12th July 2008, 06:40 PM |#10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cyphol

Since I got many PMs asking for the kitchen I used to cook my ROMs, I've made my decision to upload it here.

Well, the source is not completely mine, but it's also modified from KaiserKitchen and tools from many others.

I've checked it and modified it again today to make it as easy to use as I'd like it to be.

You can modified it to suit your own but remember to learn the process first.

So here it is.

The download link is here

Enjoy.


Regards,

Cyphol.

Nice Release BRO, SORRY FOR this late reply but beeeen busy, if you need help let me know
12th July 2008, 07:06 PM |#11  
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Many thanks for sharing! I would like to work around a new Italian ROM and it's a great source for starting!
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