Why are most homebrew releases structured like this?
I've noticed a trend of the following folder structure (for example, gpSP and another GBA emulator)
-gbPSP (inside EBOOT.PBP and other files)
-gbPSP% (inside EBOOT.PBP)
-GBA (loads of files, along with SAVE folder)
-GBA% (just EBOOT.PBP)
It also seems that whatever I install on my PSP leaves it's option in the /GAME menu on the PSP for me to go into (which generally functions correctly) and another option called "Corrupted Data".
I'm a total perfectionist; is there a way to remove the corrupted data one? I moved both folders for each application (it's folder and the ...% one) but if I remove one of them will it make the application unusable?
Newbie to homebrew.