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I Love Native! Pro v3.1.1

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#1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
ILoveNativePro.sit (520.79 KB)
MD5: 97639752fd57cdac85f70caa988ff0d7
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
ILoveNative.sit (215.68 KB)
MD5: c24e34368a96146e083486b617831035
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

Checks whether a program or a code resource file was written in PowerPC, 68K, or Fat (both PowerPC and 68K) code.

Capable of checking applications, control panels, system extensions, and shared libraries.

In addition, I Love Native! Pro lets you create either a PowerPC-only or a 68K-only application from a fat application to reduce application size.

It also lets you combine a PowerPC-only and a 68K-only application into a fat application.

This app. is similar to NativeChecker, but more powerful. A user guide is included.

Choose Custom Install from the install menu for PPC or 68k only.
Choose Standard Install for Fat 68k+PPC
For OS 8 to OS 9.2.2

For OS 7 use I Love Native! v2.1.3

First download: I Love Native! Pro v3.1.1
2nd download: I Love Native! v2.1.3

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

For Mac OS 7 to OS 9.2.2
Requires 2 MB of RAM

Comments

3371-Alpha's picture
by 3371-Alpha - 2016, September 8 - 3:59am
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Here's a quick tip for everyone. After you install this on your hard drive, make an alias for the I Love Native! application and place it on your desktop. This way you can now analyze an app's architecture by simply dragging & dropping it on the desktop alias.

Laurier's picture
by Laurier - 2015, March 21 - 9:52pm

The first screenshot?
I've reinstall the app. change "Personalized to:" info and add the new screenshot here.Smile

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2015, March 21 - 6:51pm

The first screenshot?
I saw "Compiler: Metrowerks Codewarrior Pro" Smile

Top right, "PowerPC", I could not resist to make it bold & italic, because this notation comes near to the official writing.

Laurier's picture
by Laurier - 2015, March 21 - 6:32pm

Thanks IIGS_User, check the first screenshot i could not resist.Wink