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HexEdit is a hexdump viewer and editor that works similarly to the hex editor provided with Apple's ResEdit. It allows you to edit either the data fork or the resource fork of a file. HexEdit offers a find command, a goto address command and supports drag and drop, automatically opening files in "Auto" mode.
HexEdit can edit very large files (they don't need to fit into memory). At it's current memory setting of 600k, it should be able to handle files of up to 230 megs. If you need to edit a larger file (!), increase it's memory partition. Note that when HexEdit saves a file, it will (temporarily) need twice the disc space of the original file, plus a little extra for storing the changes you have made.
HexEdit_app_220.zip (266.41 KiB / 272.8 KB)
hexedit107.sit (81.22 KiB / 83.17 KB)
HexEdit v1.0.7 (1993) / compressed w/ Stuffit
HexEdit_Fat_220.zip (172.05 KiB / 176.18 KB)
HexEdit_1.8.5.sit (412.42 KiB / 422.32 KB)
HexEdit v1.8.5 (2002) / compressed w/ Stuffit
HexEdit_191_Release.zip (744.64 KiB / 762.51 KB)
Architecture: 68K for v1.0.7 / 68K + PPC (Carbonized for OSX) for v1.8.5
At least 800KB of RAM
System 6.x - Mac OS 9.2.2 for v1.0.7 / System 9.x - Mac OS X for v1.8.5
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II