Opening file question

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  1. veeloc

    veeloc New Member

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    Ok so i am trying to look at some apps i got in cydia, so i went into winscp and went to the application folder, (im doing powertool right now) and so then there were 4 files, 2 images, the plist, and then one called Powertool (no extension)

    so i wanted to look at them, but when I transfer them over and open em in notepad, the code is all there, except in between sections there is a whole lot of: 0‚à 0“å á¨1Ÿå0à 0“å áá' ë å1Ÿå0à 0“å 0“å0‚à 0“å áx1Ÿå0à 0“å áá ë å`1Ÿå0à 0“å 0“å0‚à 0“å áH1Ÿå0... yeah, so how can i open them up without that happening, and also i opened it up in notepad++ so it had the indentations and everything, but that didnt work so anyone have any ideas?
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    Nickll9009 New Member

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    Are you expecting to open it up and see the source code for the app?
  3. veeloc

    veeloc New Member

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    Yes, that's what I'm looking for.
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    Nickll9009 New Member

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    That is not possible.
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    darc10222 Banned

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    Yeah, you can just open an application in Notepad, that makes sense >.>
    Retard.
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    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    hes not a retard just because you know something he dosent
  7. andydam123

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    You *can* look at SOME of the source of apps, using code-(something). Its in Cydia, it lets you look the the *.h of apps.
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    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    ye its called class dump basically it shows you whats in the .h
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    Class-Dump, it dumps the header files from the application's executable.
  10. veeloc

    veeloc New Member

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    so how exactly do i look at the class dump??

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