freeboot uses 32bit addresses, whereas XBR uses 64bit.
XBR has the amount of patches inside the main header, freeboot closes the patch file with 0xFFFFFFFF
XBR will skip a patch if its address is 0.
For some reason I think you'll fail on developing a patch if you're going to ask more questions?
Oh SNAP this just in, you can
use freeboot patches on new XBR
Thing is, why would you want to? It only uses the same structure
This means, you can either have xex'es running from wherever you want (without patching), open whatever container, etc. AND NO MORE FREEZES (made by XBR)
Or you could use freeboot patches.
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