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Visuel Hexdiff

Visuel Hexdiff is a curses-based application designed to make it easy to visually detect the differences between two binary files. It has only been tested on Linux and OpenBSD, but is reported to work on FreeBSD, Solaris, and Irix.

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Recent releases

  •  17 Nov 2005 22:35

    Release Notes: Asciiviewer has been improved.

    •  30 Nov 2004 21:37

      Release Notes: With the 'A' key, you can popup an "ASCII viewer" that gives you help when you debug a dump of a failed Ymodem protocol transfer.

      •  22 Nov 2003 21:44

        Release Notes: A file selector was added, so you can open a new file in the active window.

        •  22 Nov 2002 13:15

          Release Notes: This relase adds a fileinfo (lstat) popup and a "search next difference" function.

          •  15 Oct 2002 08:41

            Release Notes: File offsets can now be displayed in hexadecimal by using the 'H' key.


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