A hex editor for PS Vita and Windows. Why SmallHex?
Not a special reason. There are better hex editors, but I decided to do it in order to do something highly portable and dynamic, usable virtually by any device.
Also, I released in 2008 a version of smallHex for PSP: that was my first homebrew. Thanks to PS Vita hacking scene, I decided to rewrite it completely also for this system. In 7 years my programming skills improved, so why not write a 2.0 / remake version? How to Compile: Windows:
I'm using Visual Studio 2013 to build it, but it should works with any MSVC and MinGW compiler. PS Vita:
. Set psp2sdk as variable path, then simply launch 'make'. How to Use: SmallHex
Currently smallHex works in read-only mode.
You can use the arrow of your keyboard, digital or analog sticks to move through bytes. PgUp/PgDown or LTrigger/RTrigger can be used to move through pages very fast.
Press select to show file manager
Press start + select to exit ### file manager
Use digital/analog sticks and PgUp/PgDown or LTrigger/RTrigger to move through file list
Press left to go to previous directory
Press right or cross to enter to selected directory
Press cross to open selected file
Press select to change through devices Features:
File explorer with file/directory creation, deletion and edit
Custom fonts for carriage-return and new-line.
Rendering on-demand to save CPU cycles (and power) To-Do:
Settings menu ### file manager
File deletion, renaming, change access privileges, copy, move
Directory creation, deletion, renaming, access privileges, copy, move