|KHexEdit is a versatile and customizable hex editor. It displays data in hexadecimal, octal, binary and text mode. New input can be inserted into the file or it can replace current data just like in a common text editor. Undo/Redo functionality is included as well as formatted printing and HTML export. KHexEdit is designed to integrate into the KDE environment but can be used as a standalone program as long as the KDE and Qt libraries are installed on your computer. It works for both KDE-1x and KDE-2x.|
|KHexEdit supports the common KDE drag and drop protocol as well as the newer XDND protocol for drag and drop of files onto the editor. The file manager kruiser (formerly known as kexplorer) uses the XDND protocol so you can drag a file from kruiser and drop it on KHexEdit.|
This page has some screenshots from the KDE-1.x / Qt-1.4.x version.
Here is some from the KDE-2-alpha / Qt-2.x version.
Example of HTML exported data. The result is with a few exceptions WYSIWYG of your editor layout. Note: For best result you should resize your browser to match the table width.
This is a work in progress. Most functionality is complete, but some
important missing pieces for a 1.0 release are:
Elements I would like to add sooner or later (in no particular order).
Latest source code:|
The Qt-2 version works with the KDE KRASH release.
khexedit-0.8.5.tar.gz (1999-12-14) Using Qt-1.4.x OR Qt-2.x
khexedit-kde1x-0.8.5.tar.gz (1999-12-14) Using Qt-1.4.x only
khexedit-kde2x-0.8.5.tar.gz (1999-12-14) Using Qt-2.x only
ChangeLog: Have a look here
Installation: Please follow the instructions in the INSTALL file
Older source code|
Last update: 1999-12-14