This program is still very early in development, so there is still much to implement before it becomes as useful as the original List.
Hex viewer, with full 8-bit CP437 glyphs (UTF8 console required), so that binary files look like they did under DOS.
Adjustable byte size. Viewing data as nine-bits per "byte" helps considerably when examining LZW-compressed data. Both big and little endian splitting is supported.
Hex view supports hex editing (via byte values and direct text entry)
Can seek at the byte level or the bit level, which is useful for tracing algorithms that operate on a stream of bits rather than on bytes.
The utility is compiled and installed in the usual way:
./autogen.sh # Only if compiling from git ./configure && make sudo make install
You will need the following prerequisites already installed:
- libgamecommon >= 2.0
This program is released under the GPLv3 license.