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The HT Editor

HT is a file editor/viewer/analyzer for executables. The goal is to combine the low-level functionality of a debugger and the usability of IDEs.

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Release Notes: This version adds recognition for new AVX and SMAP opcodes on Intel processors. Unaligned accesses that caused SIGBUS have been fixed.

  •  21 May 2007 05:11

Release Notes: A major rewrite was undertaken. New disassemblers and 64-bit platform support were provided. Files bigger than 4GiB can now be handled correctly.

  •  08 Aug 2004 17:42

Release Notes: This release compiles with gcc 3.4.x and has a g++ v3 ABI demangler. A few x86 and PPC disassembler enhancements were added.

Release Notes: New features include a PowerPC disassembler, support for X-Box, MachO, and XCOFF, file formats and enhanced ELF support.

  •  20 Mar 2004 03:19

Release Notes: Small bugs in the file-handling code, the expression evaluator, and the x86-disassembler were fixed.

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20 Aug 2002 22:06 darwinte Thumbs up

Best hexeditor/disassemler
This is better than BIEW. So far this is the best Linux hexeditor and disassembler. This release is also very stable. Download it and give it a try.

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