jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

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jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

Post by zAchAry » 13. Sep 2010, 17:34

Jeex is a simple hexadecimal editor which allows user to create, open
and edit files in hexadecimal, binary, octal and ASCII. The features
include insert, delete, copy-and-paste, search and many others.

It also shows several information about the opened file, like file mode
bits, ownership, last access and modification timestamps.

Website: http://www.hds619.net/jeex.php
SlackBuild: http://slackbuilds.org/repository/13.1/ ... ment/jeex/
Dependencies: http://packages.debian.org/source/sid/jeex (I'm not sure about debhelper)

No GNOME dependency, hahaha!!!
Woohoo, I'm, finally, going to use a hex editor on SalixOS
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Re: jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

Post by gapan » 13. Sep 2010, 18:26

ghex is already available.
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Re: jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

Post by zAchAry » 13. Sep 2010, 19:30

Sure, I used it on Ubuntu 8.10, but I'm trying to use as less as GNOME as I can since I do not like the policies of the managers of the GNOME project

for instance:
Fluxbox and gnome-settings-daemon
Fluxbox and gnome-settings-daemon (SOLVED)
Airconfig (an nm-applet frontend)
wow, software really is fast... sort of / Arch Linux Forums

I've decided to boycott GNOME products (only where I can) in the hope that something will be changed and new independent software will appear.
Boycott is another form of having the power to change :)
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Re: jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

Post by thenktor » 13. Sep 2010, 19:40

Stop ranting about GNOME in this thread! This is a package request thread. Such type of discussion should happen in Misc or Useless talk section.

Back to topic:
I can't find how to activate ASCII vie beside the Hex view in Jeex.
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Re: jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

Post by lmello » 13. Sep 2010, 23:36

I have Jeex on SBo, but I'm not willing to maintain it anymore.

GHex is just faster.

And if you don't mind ncurses, there's ht and hexedit, I'll have them in my ftp folder soon.

ps: still can't acess the !#@$ bugtracker while logged in!
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Re: jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

Post by thenktor » 14. Sep 2010, 05:50

Logged in at SF.net?
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Re: jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

Post by lmello » 14. Sep 2010, 22:35

thenktor wrote:Logged in at SF.net?
Yep.
I get myself thrown in an endless name-(un)resolving whirlpool.
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Re: jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

Post by thenktor » 15. Sep 2010, 05:51

Contact the SF.net support then.
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Re: jeex (GTK+ Hex Editor)

Post by lmello » 21. Sep 2010, 23:05

Ah! I forgot, there's a work-in-progress hex editor written in wxGTK, you can grab it from svn.

Check it out: http://wxhexeditor.sourceforge.net

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