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Fast and portable console hex editor for unix systems

 Author:    Paul Malcher
 Homepage:  http://heme.sourceforge.net/
 Family:    HexEditorFamily
 License:   GPL
 Availability: yes
 Platform:  Unix

It has undo support (number of undo operations is only limited by available memory), ability to fill a range of addresses with the specified byte, ability to search for a single byte or character string.

Offsets can be given in hexadecimal, octal or decimal. There are two editing modes: hex and ascii. In hex mode you type hexadecimal digits and in ascii mode you type characters. In ascii mode the cursor is automatically moved to the next byte after typing a character (this behaviour is configurable for hex mode).

Heme uses the curses library for screen and input handling. Colors are supported and may be configured in the configuration file.


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