Last week, I asked this:
Well, I've got several answers (my thanks to Marc David Bumble, GlenQuote:>I'm looking for something that looks quite simple, but I couldn't manage
>to find it... I need an hexadecimal editor, something simple, like the one you
>can find in PC-tools. For those who don't know PC-tools, imagine an hexadecimal
>dump where you can wander with the arrows and change values either in the hexa
>or in the ascci column. Even a more simple interface would be OK...
Johnson and Marc Lebeau), and found my editor.
So, here is the answers, and my comments...
Marc David Bumble said:
Why not ? I didn't know emacs had such a mode.Quote:>Its not a simple editor, but its one of my favorites. How about
>emacs using hexl-mode??
Glen Johnson said:
Well, if I hadn't found something else, I might have tried...Quote:>We have one that is currently on AIX, HP-UX, SCO UNIX. But, "we" are
>a commercial enterprise and it costs $495. If you are on one of these
>platforms I can send you a copy that will run for 30 days to evaluate.
>I do work with the internals of files and file systems, so when I wrote
>this I put everything into it that I needed so it may be more powerful
>than what you need.
And, finally, Marc Lebeau said:
That's nearly perfect ! A short and efficient package...Quote:>Well, you can always use the program BPE from the GNU foundation.
>It allows you to modify a file both in hex and ascii mode, one sector
>at a time.
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