./misc/hexd, Colourful, human-friendly hexdump tool for reverse engineering

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.0.0, Package name: hexd-1.0.0, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

hexd prints a human-readable hexdump of the specified files, or standard
input if omitted. Its main distinguishing feature is the use of colours to
visually indicate which range of values an octet belongs to, aiding in
spotting patterns in binary data.

By default, hexd relies on 256-color SGR escape sequences. Most terminal
emulators should support these today, but technically they're only defacto
standard. However, you can override the formatting used with the HEXD_COLORS
environment variable (see manpage), or use the -p option for plaintext
output.


Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: b107924314bb471d61747cb397bf5697f7cfa7ff
RMD160: e5bcff104da734592731b7cc1075fe93588c4714
Filesize: 26.783 KB

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   2020-01-13 23:29:24 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
misc: Add hexd.

hexd prints a human-readable hexdump of the specified files, or standard
input if omitted. Its main distinguishing feature is the use of colours to
visually indicate which range of values an octet belongs to, aiding in
spotting patterns in binary data.

By default, hexd relies on 256-color SGR escape sequences. Most terminal
emulators should support these today, but technically they're only defacto
standard. However, you can override the formatting used with the HEXD_COLORS
environment variable (see manpage), or use the -p option for plaintext
output.