HexView is my freeware project to browse (and edit)
the contents of any file. Standard hexadecimal and ASCII views are shown.
HexView is useful for:
- Programmers, to manipulate binary files directly
- End-users, to peek into the contents of a mystery file
that won't open
Thanks to John Boyce, whose hex routine in JB5Utils (for
the 1997 Psion Series 5) provided most of the functionality you see here! Now
that's what you call portable source code. The wonders of OPL!
HexView is released by me as freeware for the Communicator
Download v0.3 here as hexview.sis (6k). See the notes below about needing
the OPL runtime patch. There's no beginner's README.TXT as this utility is for
people who already know what they're doing! 8-)
Changes since 0.1: HexView no longer
closes everytime you switch away and then back to it(!); minor cosmetic tweaks;
you can now optionally open files from System or ROM folders.
OPL programs onto the Nokia 9300 and Nokia 9500, you'll get the standard 'This
application may not be compatible' warning. This is, of course, rubbish, and
can safely be ignored.
Please get feedback and reports of any bugs
to me as soon as possible!
Look! OPL 'runtime' needed!
If you haven't already done so, you'll need to have
already installed the free OPL 'runtime' on your communicator or smartphone.
This is a small and safe patch that gives your device the ability to run OPL
freeware and shareware programs and is highly recommended. You can even write
your own, on your device, should you feel ambitious! Get the OPL runtime for
the Nokia 9200 series here and the version
for the Nokia 9500 here.