Although main number of participants of survey have voted against of project renaming I've decided to change the name of the project and sent corresponded ticket to sf.net team.
From now this project shall be called BEYE that's shortening from:
Hope this new name will not meet serious disagreement from users of the project because this name is has the same length as previous and doesn't conflict with other projects. From other side this name contains almost the same semantics as previous name and doesn't break project philosophy.... read more
I'm glad to announce stable release for 6.1.0 version of the project! It supports NEW Intel's AES, AVX, FMA and AMD's XOP, FMA4, CVT16 instructions sets.
Hello! I've created the survey: https://sourceforge.net/apps/limesurvey/biew/index.php?sid=98849&lang=en
Please help me to solve the question!
I'm glad to announce preview release for 6.1.0 version of the project! This release is unstable release and exists for testing purposes only! It supports NEW Intel's AES, AVX, FMA and AMD's XOP, FMA4, CVT16 instructions sets.
I'm glad to announce the next version of the project. It contains minor bug-fixes in 64-bit mode. I hope this release will finalize series of changes for 6.0.x branch.
I'm glad to announce the next version of the project. It contains minor bug-fixes in 64-bit mode
I'm glad to announce the next generation of the project. Now it natively runs on x86_64 systems
I need to inform you that I uploaded hot-fix release for 5.7.3 version. This release fixes one accidental bug in AMD64 disassembler
I'm glad to announce 3-rd release of 5.7 series of the project.
I'm glad to announce the next release of the project and I hope that this release will not cause any serious bug-reports!
I'm glad to announce minor bugfix release relatively 5.7.0.
* Minor fixes and cleanups.
+ feature request: [ 1782395 ] Make Goto (F5) accept percentages
I'm glad to announce new release of the project! Main goal of this release is new ARM-XScale and PPC64 disassemblers
* Fixes by Daniel Borca <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
* unix/vio.c use the correct alternate set for line drawing.
* configure: accept linux and Linux from uname. i?86 is really ia32.
* makefile: install xlt and man pages correctly.
* unix/os_dep.c: DATADIR conforming to configure. Fix duplicate biew
name in configuration file
* ia32/_inlines.h: replace xlat with regular table indexing (to be able
to test biew with valgrind).
* linux/keyboard.c: fix 'I/O possible' error; it seems to be appearing
spuriously between __init_vio and the end of __init_keyboard, where
SIGIO is hooked as event handler. I think it's harmless to just or maybe
block SIGIO events until we are finished setting up the keyboard.
+ Assembling through the nasm/yasm. Patch by <email@example.com>
+ New opcodes (SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, SSE4a) in x86 disassembler.
+ Provide alternative insns hilighting in ix86-32 disassembler.
* Fixed bug of repainting in hexmode when up_arrow key pressed
and filepos == 0.
* Fixed REX handling in x86_64 disassembler
* Fixed CPU information dialog
+ New disassemblers:
+ ARM32 / XScale
+ AIM Power5+ ISA
+ Added support for PE32+ file format.
+ NEW: User defined names aka bookmarks (Ctrl-F10)!!!
* Many other improvements and fixes.
I'm glad to announce new release of the project!
This is release has goal to fix loopback in biew during file format detection.
Also it has some other changes:
* Fixed bug #1695783 (biew 5.6.3 - Bug in file detection due mp3.c)
* Improved multimedia format support
+ Added initial support for Sis and SisX formats of Symbian OS
* Fixed bug #1696442 (-extraincdir and -extralibdir can only handle one extra lib.)
* Added endian selection in hexmode viewer... read more
This minor featues enhancement release which adds support for multimedia file formats
I'm glad to announce the new release of biew!
This release mainly fixes AMD64-related bugs.
Note: You can't get it from CVS - it's homebrewed release ;).
I've found out and fixed a bug which blocked dialog box functionality. Sorry! Please update your distribution!
I'm glad to announce 5.6.0 release of biew!
Main goal of this release is new AVR, Java disassemblers
and textmode syntax highlighting!
Please read Changelog for full list of changes
Since the last release there were commited the following features into biew-CVS:
- AVR disassembler
- Java disassembler
- Text-mode syntax highlighting
- many bugfixes
I guess that after testing would be possible to release next version og the project.
Thanks to Max Alekseyev <firstname.lastname@example.org> for this package!
Note: If OS/2 community will support biew then I'm not against
to keep OS/2 compatibility of the project!
I've published new article about OS/2 port of biew!
Please read more here:
I'm glad to announce 5.5.0 release of biew!
Main goal of this release is new Athlon64 disassembler!
This feature starts 64-bit supports in biew.
Please read Changelog for full list of changes
I'm glad to announce 5.3.2 release of biew!
I prefer to call it as minor feature improvements
and minor bugofix release
I've released new version of project.
It's simply buggofix release.
There were fixes some criticals bugs which were found in previous version.
So just update and use it
Probably it's last release in this year.
Happy new year!
CVS tree of biew have beem started.
Well I've done that.
I hope it will attract much more developers to
During almost one year biew-5.3.0 have been released since 5.2.0. There were added a lot of new changes. For detail - see changelog within distributive. it looks as perfectly other projefct now with old face. Simply use it.