Hexed is a command line Hexadecimal File Editor.

The source code is written to use an ANSI C99 compatible compiler for portability between Operating Systems.

Hexed is released under the BSD license

Latest Updates
May 6, 2014
hexed help screen now shows the version number.

May 6, 2014
Bugfix: #1 - Added bfcntl to set _fmode to _O_BINARY in MinGW as 'r+b' in fopen was

January 23, 2014
Modified the Makefile. It now has fewer options and should be a cleaner build process.

February 13, 2011

hexed – command copy

The copy command was added to hexed a little while ago. This command has 2 modes of operation: copy (c) or copy overwrite (co).

The Command List

Copy: -c

Copies data from the source inserting it at the destination

-c 100 200 20

This will copy 32 bytes from 0x100 to 0x200 moving everything at 0x200 up by 32 bytes.

Copy Overwrite: -co

Copies data from the source overwriting the destination

-co 100 200 20

Copy 32 bytes from 0x100 to 0x200 overwriting the original data.