A File Dumper/Dissector/Decoder for Linux
What is it?
- A utility that allows a user to view file information through the use of XML scripts.
There are two parts to dumpster:
The current version is 0.2.4prealpha, and provides the
- A window which provides a raw view into the file data via a hex/ASCII dump.
- A tree view which extracts the information contained within that data.
- A dump in ASCII and hexadecimal notation of the entire file.
- A search utility for finding specific strings of data---highlighting the location if a match is found.
- The ability to extract byte arrays and integers ( 8, 16, and 32-bit ) and display them in various formats ( e.g. hex, binary, octal ) with a
label explaining their significance.
- Using a simple 'if' construct, users can display information about the extracted data.
- The facility to highlight extracted data in the dump window by clicking the entry in the tree window.
What does it look like?
- Take a look at a screen-shot.
What's it written in?
- C++ and Qt ( I'm working with version 2.3 )
Where can I get it?
- Check out its SourceForge project page.
Where to now?
- Though currently usable, this application is still very much pre-alpha; there's a long way to go to get it to where I want it.
Any and all ( within reason ) comments or suggestions are welcome.