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Thread: Vi-like console hex-editor with scripting

  1. #1
    XVilka
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    Vi-like console hex-editor with scripting

    I've tried a lot of various hexeditors and found that hexeditors or too simple, or dead project.
    And decide to improve bvi hexeditor http://bvi.sourceforge.net/ to fit my needs.

    And forked it here https://gitorious.org/bvi/bvi
    I'm working on implementing lua scripting, block operations, signature recognizing and templates using. currently implemented:

    nice color scheme support
    lua scripting (even directly in command line)
    block operations (logic and not only)
    various fixes.
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  2. #2
    janjensen
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    Is there a problem with the latest version?
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  3. #3
    XVilka
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    Nope. I'm rewriting it to migrate on event-based architecture, to implement more powerfull lua scripting, and using bvi events from lua side

    Here is my current TODO http://paste.pocoo.org/show/468760/

    After I'll finish some refactor - you will see new commits
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  4. #4
    janjensen
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    ok great.
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  5. #5
    nutrition
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    Cool nutrition

    i don't think that there's a problem with the latest version...
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