The File System Browser lets you edit folder HFS information as well, especially for setting application "package" bits. Just double-click on a folder name to open up its attributes for editing.
Dragging and dropping of individual and groups of resources is easy. In fact, the file window will accept a drag from any other appication and convert all the data in the drag into "resources". This is great for debugging how to accept drags from other applications.
The File Editor also lets you compare two files, showing you which resources
are different from each other. And access to the common HFS attributes is
right there too (dates, Finder attributes, types and creators, etc.).
Resorcerer tries to figure out a data-fork only file's data type by looking
at the file name's suffix. Thus, if you open a Mac OS X ".icns" file, the
file window automatically maps the data-fork data to a pseudo-resource of
type 'icns', and immediately displays it as such. To start editing, just
double-click to bring up the Icon Suite editor.
Either hex or decimal offsets are possible. And it DeRez's directly to the
This is not yet a full PEF or Mach-O executable file editor.
Resorcerer is shipped with a huge filtered template (some 3000 field declarations) that will
completely disassemble any version 1 (Black & White) or version 2 (Color Quickdraw) 'PICT'
resource, allow you to edit, add, or delete individual opcodes, and then completely reassemble
it for you.
The String Editor edits individual Pascal strings. You can display all 'STR '
resources alphabetically by content in the File Window.
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