by September 11, 2010 @ 1:46 am
The PKG container format is essentially the equivalent of EBOOT files on PS3. To that end, homebrew developer ifcaro has whipped up a GUI-driven application to view the contents of unencrypted PKG archives and extract them on command.
The author is keen to note that this is a beta release, meaning there’s a chance we can expect further updates down the road (functionality to build your own PKGs, anyone?). Such a feature would especially come in handy for those wanting to compile their own homebrew through the open-source PS3 Toolchain dev environment.
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