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A console hexadecimal editor by Adam Rogoyski

Hexedit is a full screen hex editor using the curses, ncurses, or pdcurses library.
Some of it's features are:
    -Familiar setup, similar to Nortan's Diskedit.
    -File Selection widget for selecting a file to edit.
    -Editing and Viewing disks in Linux and OpenBSD.
    -Allows Inserting and Deleting bytes from the file.
    -Highlights changes in the file in bold.
    -Fast boyer-moore string and byte searches.
    -Undo - keeps track of all changes, reverting back to original always possible.
    -Start of a base conversion/calculator utility built in.
    -Portable. This should run on any platform with a dialect of the curses library.

Hexedit author is Adam Rogoyski who licensed it under GPL. For more information, visit the dedicated webpage on his website: http://www.rogoyski.com/adam/programs/hexedit/

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
Hexedit-rogoyski.changes 698 Bytes over 3 years ago Download File
Hexedit-rogoyski.spec 2.35 KB over 3 years ago Download File
hexedit-rogoyski-0.9.7.tar.xz 133 KB over 3 years ago Download File

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