I am by no means a competent programmer in any sense of the word. I've only ever fiddled with .NET building very, very basic applications. If it's possible to be given step-by-step instructions, then please do.
That said, my issue right now is figuring out a way to convert a binary file compiled for the CELL architecture to Intel. These are binary files rather than executables. I've thoroughly searched the net looking for answers, however all of them seem to refer to PowerPC instead of PPE.
In a perfect world, the preferred solution would entail simply dragging/dropping the big-endian files onto a conversion executable. Since this is not a perfect world, I wont look forward to such a thing.
NOTE 1: The binary files in question are 64 bit, judging from the specs on the CELL architecture.
NOTE 2: Fortunately, I have versions of these binaries in both big and little-endian. Using UltraCompare (albeit taking an ungodly amount of time to compare,) I can verify byte-swapping in the headers when comparing against it's little-endian counterparts.
"If you have both versions, then why do you need to convert them?"
There are some binaries not available in little-endian and those are the ones I need.