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Hex Fiend is an open source hex editor for Mac OS X, written using Apple's Cocoa frameworks in Objective-C. This wiki is to document the design of Hex Fiend for those who want to modify it. Because Hex Fiend makes heavy use of the Cocoa framework, developers should be familiar with Cocoa, which is documented at http://developer.apple.com/cocoa/.

You may want to find out about Hex Fiend's graphical user interface and view hierarchy?, the internal data representations?, the data types?, or the file saving? architecture.

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Hex Fiend is an open source hex editor for Mac OS X, written using Apple's Cocoa frameworks in Objective-C. This wiki is to document the advanced features of Hex Fiend for those who want to get the most out of it.

Hex Fiend's most powerful data inspection abilities are handled through Lua scripting. Hex Fiend's implementation of Lua can read a selection of data and generate output in textual or graphic form.

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Hex Fiend is an open source hex editor for Mac OS X, written using Apple's Cocoa frameworks in Objective-C. This wiki is to document the design of Hex Fiend for those who want to modify it. Because Hex Fiend makes heavy use of the Cocoa framework, developers should be familiar with Cocoa, which is documented at http://developer.apple.com/cocoa/.

You may want to find out about Hex Fiend's graphical user interface and view hierarchy?, the internal data representations?, the data types?, or the file saving? architecture.

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