bdd is a unix/linux command that handles bit streams (non byte-aligned). The name comes from binary-dd. bdd is written in Python and it tries to be extremely flexible but not very efficient.
- Interpret n-bit files
- Interpret bit fields inside the file including tricky big/little endian files
- Create bit files from human-readable CSV file
- Merge files bit-by-bit
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