|VERSION||Print program name and version and exit.|
|HELP||H||Print help for commands and options.|
|ARGTEST||This debug command accepts all kinds of parameters and prints one line for each parameter.|
|TEST||This debugging command accepts all options and parameters and prints a list of the internal option values. The command is designed to test the option parameters. The non option parameters are completely ignored.|
|COLORS||Ignore all parameters and print colored text for testing.|
|ERROR||ERR||Translate an exit code to a message name. If no exit code is entered, print a table with all error messages.|
|FILETYPE||FT||Scan the header of the entered files and print file type and path for each file as list.|
|FILEATTRIB||FA||Print a table with attributes for all known file types. If at least one keyword is entered, only matching file types are printed. A keyword is either a file type (like 'BRRES' or 'BMG') or one of the printed keywords (like 'ARCHIVE' or 'EXTRACT').|
|DUMP||Dump the structure of 'StaticR.rel' (in development) and of DOL files as text.|
|HEXDUMP||XDUMP||Dump the content of DOL files as hex dump and use virtual addresses. Select parts by --vaddr, --faddr and --sname. Without selectors, the whole file is dumped.|
|EXTRACT||X||Extract the sections of a DOL file into a directory. StaticR.rel files are ignored.|
|TRACKS||Show track infos in the order of the 'StaticR.rel' files. If no file is entered, the standard order is used.|
|ARENAS||Show arena infos in the order of the 'StaticR.rel' files. If no file is entered, the standard order is used.|
|FILES||List track and arena file names in machine readable format. Use the order of the entered 'StaticR.rel' files. If no file is entered, the standard order is used.|
|FIND||Find a track or arena by keyword and print one line for each keyword in machine readable format
|POINTS||PTS||Print a table with the points assigned to player after a versus or room race for each entered file. If no file is entered, the standard table is used. However, if option --points is set only the resulting table is printed.|
|ANALYZE||ANA||Open 'StaticR.rel' and DOL files and analyze them. The files will be classified using SHA1 checksums.|
|PATCH||Patch 'main.dol and 'StaticR.rel' files of Mario Kart Wii. No backup is made.|
|--add-ctcode||If source is an original main.dol file of MKWii, then append 2 sections (usually T2 and D8) with
If --ct-dir is used, then files named
|--add-section||file||Each option call adds the filename to an internal list. Each file must be of type GCT, GCH or WCH. All GCT files together are combined with an internal code handler to one section (like a GCH file). GCH and WCH define sections and patches. The defined sections are added and VBI hooks are optionally initialized. Use option --force to allow overlapped sections. Use option --verbose up to 2 times for a log.
If a single file is not found and the filename (not path) contains at least 1 '@' character, then all '@' characters of it are replaced by the region code (one of P,E,J,K) for a second try.
The intention of this option is to add a Gecko Code Handler and cheat codes to a main.dol for automatic execution.
|--align||Try to align the dump, so that the addresses (printed or not) are multiple of bytes-per-line.|
|--all-ranks||[=mode]||If set to
|--allow-all||Usually commands accept only options with impact to the command. All other options fire a syntax error. But if
This makes changing the command of a long command line without removing useless options easier. It also helps to override wrong option permissions.
|--allow-user-gch||[=mode]|| This option is onmly relevant, if main.dol is patched for wiimmfi.de. It is dedicated to custom distribnution creators for test purposes. If enabled, a user can load an own instance of Gecko Code Handler and cheat codes and can use them online. If disabled, pacthing for online modus is disabled if an alternative Gecko Code Handler is detected.
Parameter MODE is optional. If set, OFF disables and ON enables this feature. For mode AUTO (default) it depends on other options.
|-A||--arenas||arenas||Define a new arena order. A comma separated list in the format
Arenas will only be exchanged so that always all arenas are assigned. But if using
|--be||Use big endian for binary data (default).|
|-B||--brief||List only the track file names and suppress table header and footer.|
|--bt||char||Reset (str is empty) or replace the second character of 'bt' to create an own online world for battles. The file StaticR.rel will be patched at 4 places.|
|--bt-region||region||Same as --region, but only for online battles.|
|--bytes||num||Print up to
|--c-syntax||Print output in `C' syntax.|
|--cannon||idx,p1,p2,p3,p4||Patch parameters for cannon with index IDX (0..2). Parameters P1..P4 are floating point numbers. Repeat this option for each cannon, that should be modified.|
|--chdir||dir||Set a new working directory for all following options, for all parameters and for the command execution. This option can be used multiple times, but for parameter parsing and for command execution only the last usage is relevant. Nevertheless,
|--clean-dol||Remove additional DOL sections, reset entry point and VBI address, and try to restore other patches known by SZS tools. This is done after loading a DOL and before analysing and patching to allow re-patching.|
|--colors||[=modus]||Define the modus for colored text output. Allowed keywords are:
If a command is prefixed by
|--compatible||vers||The option expects a version number (format
|-c||--const||list||Define constant values, that are used by the internal encoders and by the numeric options as predefined global variables. This option allows a conditional encoding of text files. It can be used multiple times for multiple definitions.
The Parameter is a comma separated list of terms and a term is '
|--ct-code||Enable CT-CODE support.|
|--ct-dir||dir||Define a search directory for CT-CODE parts and use the internal copies only, if no valid file is found. Each file is searched without and then with extension '.bz2'. For both cases bzip2 files are detected and decompressed. Only files with correct file type are accepted.
Use this option multiple times to define more than one search directory.
|--de||Use german track and arena names.|
|--dec||Print integer numbers as decimal numbers.|
|-d||--dest||path||Define a destination path (directory/file). The destination
The path may contain escape sequences:
|-D||--DEST||path||Like --dest, but create the directory path automatically.|
|--domain||dom||Define a domain for option --https. The default is '
|--double||Format: Print each 8 bytes as double floating point number.|
|-E||--esc||char||Define an alternative escape character for destination files. The default is '%'. For Windows batch files it is a good choice to set
|--faddr||RANGE||Comma separated list of file addresses to select the hex-dump ranges. Each element is either
|--float||Format: Print each 4 bytes as floating point number.|
|--force||The tools analyse input files and reject files with invalid data structures. If --force is set, little repairable issues are ignored and a warning is printed.
Option »--kmp force« does the same, but only for KMP files.
>>> THE RESULT MAY BE INVALID OUTPUT FILES! <<<
|--gct-addr||address||If --gct-move is active, a text section is created to manage the code handling. This section is only needed at start and is placed by default at address 0c802c0000 (good address for all 4 regions) as part of BSS. This option changes the start address of the section. If address is
|--gct-move||[=mode]||If a section is of type gecko code handler + cheat code, then make the heap smaller and move the cheat codes before the FST section.
Parameter MODE is optional. If set, OFF disables and ON enables this feature. For mode AUTO (default) this feature is enabled, if the cheat codes are too large or for internal reasons.
|--gct-space||size||Define the minimal space for the code part of --gct-move. This value is ignored, if it is smaller than the size of the cheat codes. This option was only implemented to test the memory allocation by --gct-move with large blocks.|
|-h||--help||Stop parsing the command line, print a help message and exit.|
|--hex||Print integer numbers as hexadecimal numbers (default).|
|--https||mode||Patch the https strings of REL and DOL files. 'mode' is one of the following keywords:
|-i||--ignore||Ignore non existing source files without warning.|
|--i1||Format: Print single bytes as integer number (default).|
|--i2||Format: Print each 2 bytes as integer number.|
|--i3||Format: Print each 3 bytes as integer number.|
|--i4||Format: Print each 4 bytes as integer number.|
|--i5||Format: Print each 5 bytes as integer number.|
|--i6||Format: Print each 6 bytes as integer number.|
|--i7||Format: Print each 7 bytes as integer number.|
|--i8||Format: Print each 8 bytes as integer number.|
|--le||Use little endian for binary data.|
|--le-code||[=phase]||Enable LE-CODE support. PHASE defines a phase. Without parameter, phase 2 is used. At the moment, only phase 2 is available. PHASE 0 disables LE-CODE. If finally enabled, CT-CODE (option --ct-code) is enabled too.|
|-L||--logging||This debug option enables the logging of internal lists and maps.|
|-l||--long||Print long numeric message IDs instead of alternative message names like Txx, Uxx or Mxx.|
|--meno||Patch some 'MenuSingle' and 'MenuMulti' strings of file StaticR.rel for online usage to 'MenO*' (MenuOnline) to distinguish between offline and online races.|
|--narrow||Suppress the spaces that are usually inserted for readability.|
|--no-address||Suppress the address column of the dump.|
|--no-colors||Deactive colorized text. This is the default, if an output file is not a terminal.|
|-H||--no-header||Suppress the syntax information section in BMG text files.|
|--no-null||Ignore data lines with NULL bytes only and print a summary for each NULL block. (
|--no-numbers||Suppress the numbers column of the dump.|
|--no-text||Suppress the text column of the dump.|
|--number||If a file already exist, append a number directly before the file extension to make the filename unique. If other numbered files already exist (ignoring case), use the maximum existing index+1.
|-o||--overwrite||Overwrite already existing files without warning and ignore option --number.|
|--pb-mode||mode||Mode for the patched-by string:
|--points||list||This patch option defines a new table for the points assigned to players after a versus or room race. The parameter is a blank or comma and slash (next row) separated list with numbers (points) between 0 and 255 and the following keywords:
|-p||--preserve||Preserve file times (atime+mtime) while converting or copying files.|
|-q||--quiet||Be quiet and print only error messages. Multiple usage is possible. The impact is command dependent. In general: If set three times, different file format warnings are suppressed.|
|-R||--region||region||If 'region' is an unsigned number, the region for online versus races and for battles is patched to the entered number. If the number is prefixed by the letter
Otherwise a keyword is expected. Official regions are: JAPAN(0), AMERICA(1), EUROPE(2), AUSTRALIA(OCEANIA,3), KOREA(4), TAIWAN(5) and
See https://wiimmfi.de/reg-list for other regions.
|-r||--remove-dest||Remove already existing files before creating it. If set, --overwrite is ignored.
|--repair-magics||[=mode]||Control the reparing of missing or wrong magics of files and sub-files by analysing file path and file extension.
>>> THE RESULT MAY BE INVALID OUTPUT FILES! <<<
|--sections||Print in machine readable sections and parameter lines.|
|--small||Each call will halve the number of bytes per line. Usually, 16 bytes per lines are reduced to 8, then to 4, 2 and 1. The effective number of bytes per line is format dependent.|
|--sname||LIST||Comma separated list of section names to select the hex-dump ranges.|
|-t||--test||Run in test mode, modify nothing.
>>> USE THIS OPTION IF UNSURE! <<<
|-T||--tracks||tracks||Define a new track order. A comma separated list in the format
Tracks will only be exchanged so that always all tracks are assigned. But if using
|--trigger||num||If the number
|-u||--update||Update only existing files and don't create new files. If set, --overwrite and --remove-dest are ignored.|
|--vaddr||RANGE||Comma separated list of virtual addresses to select the hex-dump ranges. Each element is either
|-v||--verbose||Be verbose and print more progress information. Multiple usage is possible. The impact is command dependent.|
|-V||--version||Stop parsing the command line, print a version info and exit.|
|--vs||char||Reset (str is empty) or replace the second character of 'vs' to create an own online world for versus races. The file StaticR.rel will be patched at 4 places.|
|--vs-region||region||Same as --region, but only for online versus races.|
|--wc24||Exclude 2 strings of file StaticR.rel from --wiimmfi and --domain patch to enable WC24 support.|
|--wide||Each call will round down the current bytes per line value to the next multiple of 16 and then increment it by 16. Usually, 16 bytes per lines are enhanced to 32, then to 48, 64, 80 and so on. The effective number of bytes per line is format dependent.|
|--width||width||Define the width (number of columns) for help and some other messages and disable the automatic detection of the terminal width.|
|--wiimmfi||Patch the files for the new custom server. It is a short cut for »--https domain --domain wiimmfi.de«.|
|--xhelp||Stop parsing the command line and print a help message with all commands included. Exit after printing.|
|--zeros||Print integer numbers with leading zeros.|