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DSDT simple editor (DSDTSE) v1.4.3 1.0

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DSDTSE is a simple editor aimed to help you solve your DSDT problems? and add common hacks to it.

It will not do automatic patching , you have to manually add the fixes or hacks so a minimun skill is needed (normal skill should be ok to begin with).

Thanks to Fassl for the DSDT extraction method under Osx.

Thanks to the Linux community for their DSDT fixes all this years (all the ones included under "dsdt_fixes").

Thanks to the Osx86 community for their DSDT hacks (all the ones included under "dsdt_hacks").

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Its really to bad this is no longer updated. ?As an editor alone it does blows away the rest. ?It still works and I can substitute the current iasl with iasl4.0 or iasl5.0 but some of the patching is out dated. ?Im guessing I could update those as well.


MaciASL on the other hand does get the job done better with the ability to interface with multiple Github patch sources, along with being more up to date with todays current patching for ivy bridge and haswell chipsets as well as automating the patching process, but the DSDTse user interface is 2nd to none!!


If you had the MaciASL features and DSDTse user's interface in one application, it would Rule The World!! ? ;)

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