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A java hex editor. Standalone application (SWT widgets) and Eclipse plugin. Support for very large files. Hex, Ascii and Unicode find. Overwrite/insert modes. Binary and text cut/copy/paste. Undo/redo. Latest version available at: https://sourceforge.net/projects/javahexeditor
Update site: http://javahexeditor.sourceforge.net/update
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Submitted by Andrey Loskutov on Sun, 2017-02-12 15:27
Current version does not work on Eclipse 4.x.
So I've fixed sources, see the cloned repo: https://github.com/iloveeclipse/javahexeditor
Temporary update site:https://raw.githubusercontent.com/iloveeclipse/javahexeditor/master/java...
Submitted by Andre Bossert on Mon, 2017-02-13 11:36
Thanks! I've updated the information. Please contact me if you want to change something by yourself or i should change...
Submitted by Max Hohenegger on Thu, 2016-09-29 08:00
This is what I get from Eclipse: "No repository found at http://javahexeditor.sourceforge.net"
Submitted by Andre Bossert on Fri, 2016-11-25 05:14
Submitted by Ed Slas on Tue, 2012-03-13 13:24
This chokes on 'very large files' When I open a 16MB file, it takes 5 minutes to load, then about 30 seconds on each page up/down. I am running eclipse 3.6 on Linux. KHexEdit works much better, and has selection decoding.
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