s3ce (Sims3Pack CommandLine Extractor)

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Uploaded: 2nd Nov 2010 at 8:29 PM
Updated: 27th Nov 2013 at 3:57 PM by Nysha
While studying DBPF packages I developed this application under C# using Visual Studio.

I made it a time ago and it was available on my blog, and I was going to upload it to MTS but did not had much time to post it all again. Anyway, here it is.


It's a drag&drop Sims3Pack extractor.

Similar with Delphy's Multi Installer;
They share the same purpose, the difference is that mine can be ran through batch scripts or by simply dragging the Sim3Packs you want to the program file.


I created a GUI where you can change the default settings, such as:
  • Set a custom Extraction Directory;
  • Add a handler when you right-click with any Sims3Pack to extract them;
  • Integrate the program to Pescado's s3rc;
    • Attempt to fix or/and decrapify the generated package;



Requirements
- .NET Framework v2.0.50727 | Or grab the latest (v4.0.30319) here (Recommended)


Usage

Extract the executable with WinRar or 7Zip
Run the executable to change the default settings.
Simply drag&drop Sims3Packs into the program file.

Or, if you added a handler to the Sims3Pack extension, right-click the Sims3Packs and click "Extract with S3CE".


CommandLine Usage
> s3ce "file1.Sims3Pack" "file2.Sims3Pack" ... "fileN.Sims3Pack"
> s3ce * folder1\* folder2\* ... folderN\*
Quotes in the filename are only necessary if it contains space characters.

Change Log
  • v1.1.0.388
    • Custom Icon
  • v1.1.0.387
    • If S3RC Integration is enabled, wait until it finishes.
    • Added Custom Icon to the Windows Shell
    • Basic Tab-change Windows Form fix
  • v1.1.0.0
    • Implemented integrated-wildcard arguments
    • Improved memory flow
  • v1.0.13.9080
    • Added exceptions to registry operations
    • Defined defaults for settings
    • Fixed small typos on tooltips
  • v1.0.12.9021
    • First Build
  • v0.9.5.3012
    • First Beta Build


Any doubts just leave a comment and I will reply as soon as possible.

Additional Credits:
Delphy for providing his code to study;
Microsoft for Visual Studio;