Revenge of StripIso

Well, i've been having some trouble lately... I want to try some Saturn builds, but stripiso doesn't work under NT/XP... there is a "drop in replacement" called revenge of stripiso, but Daemon Tools say the result of it isn't a correct ISO file. Anyone had experience in this?
 

Taelon

Established Member
I have no idea what StripISO (or Revenge Of, for that matter) is.

What are you TRYING to do, exactly?
 
Oh, sorry. Let's go tru my steps ^^;

I'm trying to build an ISO acceptable to boot by a Saturn...

I have my prebuilt .CTI :

Code:
Disc  CDROM HELLO.DSK

LeadIn MODE1

PostGap 150

EndTrack

Track MODE1

	Pause 150   

	Volume ISO9660 HELLO.DSK

	SystemArea "ip.bin"

	

	PrimaryVolume

	SystemIdentifier    "SEGA SEGASATURN"

	VolumeIdentifier    "STARDST_01"

	VolumeSetIdentifier   "STARDST_01"

	LogicalBlockSize    2048

	PublisherIdentifier   "SEGA ENTERPRISES, LTD."

	DataPreparerIdentifier "SEGA ENTERPRISES, LTD."

	ApplicationIdentifier  "STARDST_01"

	CopyrightFileIdentifier "CPY.TXT"

	AbstractFileIdentifier "ABS.TXT"

	BibliographicFileIdentifier "BIB.TXT"

	Lpath       ; Path tables as specified for Saturn

	Mpath

	

	Hierarchy

 File  0STRDST.BIN;1

  Source SL.BIN

 EndFile

 File  ABS.TXT;1

  Source ABS.TXT

 EndFile

 File  BIB.TXT;1

  Source BIB.TXT

 EndFile

 File  CPY.TXT;1

  Source CPY.TXT

 EndFile

 File  ROM.SMC;1

  Source ROM.SMC

 EndFile

	EndHierarchy

EndPrimaryVolume

EndVolume

PostGap 150

EndTrack

Leadout CDDA

 Empty 500

EndTrack

EndDisc

I call it on the image building program BuildCD like this:

buildcd -mf:\std.map -if:\std.img stardust.cti

Alas, std.img is a "ready to burn"(?) image, so we need to convert it to a everyday man's format. So I call upon the StripIso program, like this:

stripiso s 2048 f:\std.img f:\std.iso

Now, old stripiso crashes under NT/XP... Someone from the PSX dev scene created a program called Revenge of Stripiso, that's supposed to be a "drop-in" (as in, the functionality and command line options are alike) replacement for the original program. But... it doesn't work, as far as I could see. Anyone's know another way to build ISO's under XP?
 

ExCyber

Staff member
The -G argument allows inserting a bootstrap image. It's not used for Dreamcast because it won't work in conjunction with the session offset.
 
Thank you, antime, Ex... I was finnaly able to build the ISO, and this marks the end of 6 months without working dev tools. Now I just need to get one of my saturns working again >_<
 

Taelon

Established Member
Sure there must be a tool for that called StripSaturn ...

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