lfhex (Large File Hex Editor) is a hex editor with paged input/output for viewing and editing files which are too large for system memory. Features include infinite undo/redo, search capabilities, a conversion dialog, scalable working area (sane resize), fast load times, fast save times, and a binary graphical diff/compare UI. It only takes an additional ~1.4 MB to open a 2 GB file, and can graphically compare 4 GB files using less than 15 MB of additional system memory.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with entering cursor offsets greater than 0xffffffff.
Release Notes: The binary comparison mode has been re-enabled (-c command line argument). A bug if -NDEBUG is used when compiling has been fixed.
Release Notes: The code was ported to Qt 4.x. The conversion dialog was changed to a docked assistant.
Release Notes: This release fixes a build issue where lfhex's configure script fails if libqt-mt.a/so does not exist on the build machine. No functional changes were made.
Release Notes: A build problem related to libqt_mt.so was fixed. A build problem related to the undefined symbol Reader::is_open() on SuSE 9.3 was fixed.