Another week has passed, so it’s time for some news on nHex-Ed
The third alpha release of nHex-Ed offers several new features, bringing it close to what I had in mind for the first “real” release of this little hex editor.
The following items are new or improved:
Completely rewritten menu routines, with shortcuts and direct-access [...]
Work continues on my little hex-editor…
Although a lot still needs to be done, I decided to release a second alpha version, as the first one has been downloaded quite a few times already.
This second test version brings:
A “find” function (still not the way I want it, but for now it’s working)
“Goto” to jump directly to [...]
Only a few days ago I mentioned my work on nHex-Ed, the rewritten hex-editor.
I managed to get the code in a reasonable state this weekend and it is now available for download from its new homepage.
Feel free to take a look, compile it using the normal configure / make / make install sequence and tell [...]
I wrote about my little Hex Editor before, but somehow this subject still comes back… It is still being downloaded several times a day (more than 2.000 downloads only this year!).
Although I haven’t done any programming in Windows for years, and Hex-Ed has received it’s last update in 2004, I still receive requests once in [...]
I created several packages for Slackware that can be downloaded from my site. Of course, some are more popular than others. To have some idea what people actually download from my pages, I created a counter that increases whenever someone requests a file. These counters started on August 30th, 2009.
I planned to create a simple [...]
The internet is an amazing thing. Sometimes we forget too fast how things used to be before the internet. Yeah, I know, I’m getting old… I started working with computers when there was no such thing as the internet.
Today I was ‘Googling’ and by coincidence found a page talking about some software I wrote several [...]