Hex Editor - Binary File Editing Software for Windows
Several Hex Editor Neo commands are related to document's history.
The last executed operation is undone and becomes the phantom operation. The previous operation becomes a current operation. This command is disabled if there is no previous operation.
The first operation in operation tail becomes a current operation. If there are no phantom operations, this command is disabled.
All operations in a history are deleted. The document state is NOT changed, all modifications are "merged" into the single operation, which becomes an operation list root.
Complexity: linear-time (depends on the number of operations in history and their complexity).
History Purge provides you with three ways of purging an operation history:
Complexity: constant-time. See the Purging History
Turns automatic grouping on or off. Automatic grouping groups operations of the same type into one operation in a list. You can expand this operation to see each operation that forms a group.
When this switch is on (default), new branches are automatically created if there are any phantom operations at a time you execute a new operation. When this switch is off, phantom operations are silently deleted and new operation is added to the current branch.
Loads a saved operation history from a disk file. Several checks are performed to make sure the history is loaded for the same document. See the Loading History section for more information.
Displays a complete operation history tree. See the Operation History Tree Window topic for more information.