A vim hex-editor plugin that uses 010 templates to parse binary data using pfp
Vim script
Latest commit 2cc91e9 Oct 1, 2016 @d0c-s4vage committed on GitHub Merge pull request #9 from tezeb/patch-1
Add sorting of templates to ease choosing

README.md

pfp-vim

A vim hex-editor plugin that uses 010 templates to parse binary data using pfp

Install

Clone this repo into ~/.vim/bundle:

git clone https://github.com/d0c-s4vage/pfp-vim.git ~/.vim/bundle/pfp-vim

Use your vim plugin manager (pathogen, etc) to load the plugin (you probably already have this setup in your ~/.vimrc or something:

call pathogen#infect()

Usage

With a binary file loaded in the current window, the PfpParse command will parse the file.

You may be asked to specify a directory that contains your 010 templates (looks for *.bt files).

You will also be asked which template should be used to parse the binary file.

After choosing a template to use, a hex-view of the binary file will be displayed in a new tab on the left, with the parsed-out fields displayed on the right.

Navigating the data structure on the right will highlight the relevant bytes in the hex-view on the left

Notes

A PfpInit command also exists. This can be used to add additional directories within which 010 templates will be searched for.

TODO

  • Editing
  • Saving
  • Packed/Nested fields