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wwt dump

Dump the data structure of WBFS partitions.


1.   Syntax

wwt DUMP [wbfs_partition]...

2.   Options

Option Param Description
-T --titles file Read file for disc titles. -T/ disables automatic search for title files.
--utf-8 Enables UTF-8 support for filenames (default).
--no-utf-8 Disables UTF-8 support for filenames.
--lang lang Define the language for titles.
-a --auto Search for WBFS partitions using '/proc/partitions' or searching hard disks in '/dev/'.
-A --all Use all WBFS partitions found.
-p --part part Define a primary WBFS file or partition. Multiple usage possible.
--inode Print information for all inodes (invalid discs too).
-l --long If set then print a status for each valid disc within WBFS (--show=FILES). If set twice print a memory map for each disc is printed too (--show=D-MAP). If set three times print an additional memory map for the whole WBFS (--show=W-MAP). If set four times print an usage table (--show=USAGE).
-+ --show list This option allows fine control over the things that are to be printed. The parameter is a comma separated list of the following keywords, case is ignored: NONE, INTRO, HEADER, SLOTS, GEOMETRY, D-ID, P-ID, P-TAB, P-INFO, P-MAP, D-MAP, W-MAP, TICKET, TMD, USAGE, PATCH, RELOCATE, FILES, UNUSED, OFFSET, SIZE, PATH and ALL. There are some combined keys: ID := D-ID,P-ID, PART := P-INFO,P-ID,P-MAP,TICKET,TMD, DISC := FILES,D-ID,D-MAP, MAP := P-MAP,D-MAP,W-MAP.

All keywords can be prefixed by '+' to enable that option, by a '-' to disable it or by a '=' to enable that option and disable all others.

The additional keywords DEC and HEX can be used to set a prefered number format. -HEADER suppresses the output of header lines.

The commands recognize only some of these keywords and ignore the others. If --show is set, option --long is ignored for selecting output elements.