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by DVV
08 Oct 2018 16:59
Forum: Support
Topic: Command Line Options?
Replies: 3
Views: 4196

Re: Command Line Options?

Does the latest version of HxD include some additional command line switches, if any?
I remember there were several forum's threads about the command line switches/options, but the readme.txt does not seem to mention any.
by DVV
22 Jun 2012 11:51
Forum: Support
Topic: Search and replace over command line
Replies: 6
Views: 10278

Re: Search and replace over command line

There is even more powerful solution :) I think I've already mentioned the XVI32 hex-editor with its amazing XVI-script ability (and we all expect for similar ability in HxD ;)). This is very helpful when you need extra abilities to find, replace, insert, remove and so on. As the documnetation says,...
by DVV
20 Jun 2012 00:10
Forum: Support
Topic: Search and replace over command line
Replies: 6
Views: 10278

Re: Search and replace over command line

There's a tiny command-line tool which can do this: bincmp 2.2 (http://sourceforge.net/projects/bincmp/files/bincmp2/) For your example, create a text file named "patch.txt" with the following lines: 0004AE: 00 00 0004AF: 00 00 0004B0: 80 40 0004B1: 3F 3F and execute "bincmp -patch patch.txt etc.exe...
by DVV
15 Nov 2011 15:58
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: Single-quote in filename .ini recent history bug
Replies: 8
Views: 8618

Re: Single-quote in filename .ini recent history bug

Hi, just tried the developing version - looks very promising! A comment regarding the Data Inspector: I think it will be worth to add an option "Show HEX values" for Byte/Word/DWord/etc.
by DVV
31 Dec 2010 10:14
Forum: Comments
Topic: Done: Is there new version of HxD on the way?
Replies: 23
Views: 23275

Re: Is there new version of HxD on the way?

Happy New Year! Best wishes!
by DVV
27 Dec 2010 21:04
Forum: Comments
Topic: Done: Is there new version of HxD on the way?
Replies: 23
Views: 23275

Re: Is there new version of HxD on the way?

Will we see a new version of my favourite Hex-Editor soon? ;)
by DVV
22 Mar 2010 11:45
Forum: Feature and Enhancement Requests
Topic: Cannot be done: Undo after save
Replies: 3
Views: 3237

Re: Undo after save

The big-file support means undo after save cannot be implemented without copying the entire file, which would be slow. Just my thoughts. With planned internal script support, both modification and undo operations could be done by the same script engine: 1. modification -> (script) log <addr1>, <ori...
by DVV
12 Jan 2009 13:12
Forum: Feature and Enhancement Requests
Topic: Compare two files from command line
Replies: 8
Views: 7188

Compare two files from command line

Does HxD have such command-line switch which would allow to compare two files? I.e. can I compare two files using something similar to the following? -

HxD.exe /cmp "file 1" "file 2"

If not, can it be a feature request?
by DVV
20 May 2008 09:37
Forum: Comments
Topic: Superb Diskeditor and a comment
Replies: 10
Views: 10081

That would be achieved by writing a value inside the HxD.exe itself Personally I don't see how it differs from writing to ini-file ;) IMHO, writing to ini-file is better than modification of the exe-file, because the first choice is a standard operation whereas the second looks similar to some kind...
by DVV
19 May 2008 09:46
Forum: Comments
Topic: Superb Diskeditor and a comment
Replies: 10
Views: 10081

File history such as find/replace history are specific to a computer, don't you think so? I mean, if you are searching for "AA BB CC" in file "c:\temp\data_file.hex" on your current computer, your another computer probably even does not contain this file, so what is the sence to store this history i...
by DVV
17 Apr 2008 14:53
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: HxD: crash on close
Replies: 1
Views: 3296

Fixed: HxD: crash on close

Version: HxD 1.7.6.0 portable (from zip-archive).

When "HxD.ini" is viewed or edited in another program, HxD crashes when I want to close it.

P.S.
Anyway, great program.
by DVV
17 Jan 2008 11:42
Forum: Feature and Enhancement Requests
Topic: HxD + XVI32 features
Replies: 4
Views: 7404

HxD + XVI32 features

Hello. At first, thank you for this excellent program! It's great that HxD does not load the whole editing file in a memory because it allows to edit very large files. However, I think that the perfect hex editor is a combination of HxD and XVI32. The most powerfull and handy feature of XVI32 is its...