wxMEdit, a cross-platform Text/Hex Editor, is an improved version of the discontinued MadEdit.
In HexMode, wxMEdit can open large files with a size up to 32GB.
wxMEdit is free and open source software.
- Edit files in text, column, and hex modes.
- Regular expression search and replace.
- Opens multiple files on single instance.
- Word Wraps.
- Good hex editing with paste with overwriting.
- BOM support for GB18030.
- Inserting ordered sequence.
- Select a link with a triple click.
- Purge histories support.
- Word boundary with Chinese/Japanese/Thai/Lao/Khmer and Burmese characters etc.
- Supports common encodings (UTF8/16/32, ISO-8859-x, CP125x, KOI8, GB18030, Big5, …) not only in Text/Column modes but also in Hex mode.
- Supports non-BMP Unicode Characters Such as CJK Ext-B/C/D/E, Miao Letters, Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols, Musical Symbols, Emoji, etc.
- View ASCII-Art files with appropriate monospace font e.g.:
- Courier New under Windows/Mac OS X.
- Andale Mono, Courier, Menlo, Monaco under Mac OS X.
- Console and Fixed under Unix-like OS.
- DejaVu Sans Mono, Free Mono, Liberation Mono, etc.
- Internationalization support – with translations for Chinese, German, Japanese, Polish, Russian, and Spanish.
- Cross-platform support – runs under Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.
- Automatically checks for updates.
Developer: JiaYanwei and many contributors (original developer: Alston Chen)
License: GNU General Public License Version 3
wxMEdit is written in C++. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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