Search and Replace & External Editors
Search and Replace v 3.2+ has two places where an external editor of your choice can be used. Separate settings are possible for text and binary files. Please see the program F1 hlp for more information.
Search and Replace can launch a text viewer/editor of your choice
on an item in the Search Results list via the 'Open with Default Viewer' function under the View Menu or the right click context
Two special switches are available: %line% and %path%. %line% will
pass line number in the file where the search hit is found and %path% is the full path to the file highlighted in the search
If you are familiar with merging .reg files, SR_External_Editors.zip contains some sample .reg files you can use to merge into your registry. Read through the informational .txt file in that zip beforehand!
If Search and Replace determines that the file being searched is a binary file the Search Results list switches to displaying 'offset' information. If you have our freeware HexView installed in the same path as Search and Replace, double clicking on a line in the Search Results will use HexView to display the context. You can also easily configure FSHED.exe to be used. FSHED is another free hex editor by Funduc Software.
The command line to launch the default binary viewer-editor is configured in the Binary Editor field in Options-General tab.
Some sample command lines are:
HexWorkshop (BreakPoint Software, www.bpsoft.com):
Funduc Software FSHED hex editor:
Funduc Software HexView:
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