pixd - πŸ” Colourful visualization tool for binary files

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pixd is a tool for visualizing binary data using a colour palette. It is in a lot of ways akin to a hexdump tool, except using coloured squares to represent each octet. pixd uses 24-bit color SGR escape sequences. For a list of terminal emulators with support for these, see XVilka's list of supporting terminal emulators.

https://github.com/FireyFly/pixd

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