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Peep is a file viewing and text encoding utility for Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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File viewer / text encoding conversion utility for Mac OSX 
 
  • View any file in detail, view / save in any text encoding
  • Displays each byte as data (decimal or hex notation) or as text
  • Can take text directly from the clipboard
  • Try different text encodings to find the correct one or the best fit
  • Attempts to filter the text from a proprietary format
  • Saves a text file using the same or another encoding


There are many different text encoding systems (ways of representing characters within a file) and a file doesn't necessarily know what encoding it's in. This can lead to frustrating problems when the file is opened.
Peep is a file viewing and text encoding utility which is useful when programming, when experiencing text encoding problems or when you need to extract information from a file that you can't open otherwise.
Allows you to view files in a 'hexeditor' style, it's not intended to be an editor but rather to inspect, access or sort out encoding problems.
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System Requirements Web download: Mac OSX 10.4 or higher, Intel or ppc. 10.8 (Mountain Lion) is supported
App Store: Mac OSX 10.5 or higher, Intel, Lion is supported
 
 

What should I do with the downloaded file? Open the .dmg file and find the application inside. If you want to keep using Peep, drag and drop it into your Applications folder. To keep it in your dock, right-click or click-and-hold on its dock icon and choose 'Keep in dock'.
 

Contributors Developer: Shiela Dixon

http://peacockmedia.co.uk/peep/

 

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