An interactive binary editor with a Vi-like interface
Hexer is an interactive binary editor (also known as a hexeditor)
with a Vi-like interface. Its most important features are
multiple buffers, multi-level undo, command-line editing with
completion, and binary regular expressions.
README for Hexer version 0.1.5
Hexer is a multi buffer editor for binary files for UN*X that displays its
buffer(s) as hex dump. The user interface is kept similar to vi/ex.
The following systems are supported:
- SunOS 4.x.x
If you port Hexer to a different platform, please send an email-message
telling what changes you made (if any).
Please read the files `COPYR
hexer - binary file editor
hexer [options] [file [...]]
hexer is a multi-buffer editor for viewing and manipulating
binary files. It can't (shouldn't) be used for editing block
devices, because it tries to load the whole file into a buf‐
fer (it should
hexer (0.1.5-3) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix the FTBFS on GNU/kFreeBSD.
* Convert several shell output assignments from = to :=
* Switch to bzip2 compression for the Debian tarball.
* Switch to Git and point the Vcs-* fields to Gitorious.
-- Peter Pentchev <email@example.com> Sat, 16 Oct 2010 15:45:53 +0300
hexer (0.1.5-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.1 with
Change log for hexer, the multi-view binary editor
- taken over by Peter Pentchev
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