HexEdit 2.0.6

New release of HexEdit:

  • File saving bug fixes
  • Base64 and hex-dump import bug fixes
  • Fixed-offset addressing when resizing hex & ascii panes

HexEdit 2.0.4

A new version of HexEdit has been released - version 2.0.4. This version addressed a lot of the bugs and issues that were present in the earlier beta versions. HexEdit should be fairly stable and usable now!


This new version also coincides with the release of the HexEdit sourcecode under MIT licence. Visit the sourcecode repository on github for more information:


7Calc released

7Calc is a Windows 7 desktop gadget. It is the spiritual successor to Supercalc.

7Calc has been released under the MIT licence. Full sourcecode is available on github http://github.com/strobejb/supercalc

Visit the 7Calc homepage.

HexEdit Open Sourced

HexEdit is finally seeing the light of day as a fully  open-sourced project. I have a few changes to make in order to tidy up the source-code and make it presentable. Expected release date is very soon now.

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Welcome to the new-look Catch22!

HexEdit 2.0

HexEdit is a hexadecimal file editor for Microsoft Windows. HexEdit allows the user to view and edit any type of file, no matter what format it is saved in.

With a maximum file size limit of 16Exabytes (17,179,869,184 gigabytes!!), HexEdit can cut, copy, paste, insert and delete any amount of data with no decrease in performance with larger files. With unlimited multi-level undo and redo capability, no matter how large the file, HexEdit brings a new level of control over file editing.



7Calc is a Desktop Gadget expression calculator for Windows 7. It is the spiritual successor to the original Supecalc program. 7Calc is implemented as a Desktop Gadget, which means that it can be docked to the side of your desktop.

The calculator has can be toggled between small layout, and a larger stretched layout.

Programmer Mode

7Calc allows full C-style expressions and uses integer maths to evaluate expressions, providing the same results that would be produced by a native C++ program.

Matrix Screensaver

The Matrix ScreenSaver is a small, fast and elegant Windows version of the green "Matrix" cypher-code seen in the films. With this version you can even add messages which are decoded displayed in realtime. With version 3.0, the screen saver now supports colourised matrix fields.

WinSpy++ 1.7

WinSpy++ is a handy programmer's utility which can be used to select and view the properties of any window in the system. WinSpy is based around the Spy++ utility that ships with Microsoft Visual Studio.

WinSpy++ can obtain the following window properties:


Shed is a single player card game for all 32bit versions of Windows. It is based on the popular student card-game of "Shit-head", which I believe is sometimes known as "Shit-boots" in America. It gets its name due to the profanity that is usually voiced when someone wins the game.

This version of the game allows you to re-create those chaotic games of Shed by playing against a computer opponent. I didn't think there'd be much use in a two-player or multi-player version, as this game is best played with a real deck of cards.


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