one more time... Facit software?
chenmel at earthlink.net
Wed Mar 30 17:36:26 CST 2005
On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 18:04:51 -0800 (PST)
"Eric Smith" <eric at brouhaha.com> wrote:
> Jay wrote:
> > Was just looking for something more high level, and perhaps
> > something that would read the data into a file, and let you edit it
> > with something akin to a hex editor, then punch back out, etc.
> I use Emacs Hexl-mode for that.
> I've thought about compiling GNOME Hex Editor (ghex), but never have
> gotten around to it:
> I haven't tried DataWorkshop (written in Java), but it looks pretty
> Maybe it would be reasonable to add paper-tape support to one of
> A search for "hex editor" on freshmeat.net turns up quite a few other
> programs as well, including at least four GPL'd text/curses-based
For people familair with the vi editor, there is a 'binary' version of
it called 'bvi' out there. It's an official 'package' on NetBSD and
should build from source easily on any UNIX type system.
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