Resorcerer
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Note: This demo is only version 2.4 (not 2.4.1). Users of 2.4 can download the updater from 2.4 to 2.4.1 for free.

Resorcerer is the premiere general-purpose commercial resource editor for Mac computers running System 8, 9, or Mac OS X. Relied upon by thousands of Mac developers all over the world, Resorcerer features a wealth of powerful yet easy-to-use tools for easier, faster, and safer editing of Mac data files and resources.
What's New
Version 2.4.1:
  • New Color Cursor ('crsr') Editor, for both Classic and Carbon versions.
  • In addition to Hex, Binary, ASCII, and Unicode, the Hex Editor now supports a new column view of the data, displayed as Mac two-byte text.
  • The Hex Editor now maintains its view settings (which columns you like, which type style you want) persistently.
  • The PowerPC Disassembler now disassembles all Velocity Engine (Altivec) instructions to English as you point at them. (The Hex Editor includes an Instruction column when opening resources of type 'pwpc'.) Here is a sample of the output.
  • Pasting text (such as C or Rez source code) into the Hex Editor is now much easier. Extraneous non-hex characters are now optionally ignored instead of keeping the entire paste from occuring.
  • Bug fixed: Unfortunately, the process of porting Resorcerer to Carbon introduced a bunch of bugs. Since then, over two dozen bugs have been fixed, a couple of them over a decade old. Most commonly reported bugs include the hex editor display preferences bug, the delay when switching back into Resorcerer bug, the Menu title not saving bug, etc., etc.
Version 2.4.1:
  • New Color Cursor ('crsr') Editor, for both Classic and Carbon versions.
  • In addition to Hex, Binary, ASCII, and Unicode, the Hex Editor now supports a new column view of the data, displayed as Mac two-byte text.
  • The Hex Editor now maintains its view settings (which columns you like, which type style you want) persistently.
  • The PowerPC Disassembler now disassembles more...
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS 9.1 or later, CarbonLib.









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Resorcerer User Discussion (Write a Review)
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Hauslendale reviewed on 07 Aug 2011
Resorcerer is a great and one of the best tools for Mac res work. I only wish that the developer will update this much needed tool so it can run in Mac OS 10.7. Please.....
[Version 2.4.1]

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Treize replied on 28 Aug 2012
Yes Please ...
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PorkPieHat reviewed on 15 Jun 2011
This foul, ulcerous, lying developer advertises this lump of steaming excrement as "Free" when it actually costs $128 — AND IT HASN'T BEEN UPDATED IN 9 YEARS (though that doesn't stop him from taking your money)!

THERE ARE DOZENS OF FREE ALTERNATIVES. USE ONE AND BOYCOTT MATHEMAESTHETICS, INC.
[Version 2.4.1]

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nobody2011 replied on 19 Jun 2011
>this lump of steaming excrement as "Free" when it actually costs $128<

Pricing is a flat US $128 per upgrade.

Price: $256 Retail
(Quantity, educational, and reseller discounts available)
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Shipping Extras: FedEx/UPS Blue 2-day - add $8
FedEx/UPS Red overnight - add $16
Int'l AirMail Canada - add $8
Int'l AirMail Europe/Pacific - add $16
Int'l FedEx - add $64 for first copy, $16 each additional copy
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GeoProf replied on 29 Jun 2011
PorkPieHat is right — this app SUCKS, and there are many, many, many others, some of which are FREE.
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PorkPieHat replied on 24 Jul 2011
nobody2011, no matter what you say in the reply to someone else's comment, you list your delusionally overpriced lump of steaming excrement as "Free" — please notice that I use quotation marks here to indicate verbatim how it is listed in YOUR claim on this page of this product"s price — further illustrating that you are a LIAR.

Chiming in to bury the real price of this steaming lump in your reply to someone else's comment — $256 plus up to $64 in shipping, though you have not updated it in 9 years and there are at least 4 free alternatives — does not mitigate your evident greed.
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An_User reviewed on 26 Jan 2006
The app doesn't seem bad, but is really expensive, 256 U.S. dollars by a little app !!!, better to buy ResFool by 20 bucks, fair price for a Resource Editor. (1/26/2006, Version: 2.4.1)
[Version 2.4.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 17 Sep 2005
I wanted to use resorcerer to make changes to an app but i didn't want to pay the amount of money required. So i downloaded a free program called Hexedit and did it for free, yay!
[Version 2.4.1]

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An_User replied on 26 Jan 2006
The app doesn't seem bad, but is really expensive, 256 U.S. dollars by a little app !!!, better to buy ResFool by 20 bucks, fair price for a Resource Editor.
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Anonymous reviewed on 06 Jul 2005
I have not tried this program, but the price does seem steep. I tried ResFool, which cost only $20 and worked just fine. It also had absolutely marvelous support from the developer. I wrote him with some questions about some technical matters I didn't know how to handle. He replied promptly and even went out of his way to find me some additional resources I needed. I couldn't ask for much more than that.
[Version 2.4.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 07 Sep 2004
um $256 for an app that is worse than resedit, looks bad on Mac OS X and is made by a company who can't make a good looking website but can charge $256 for their product?
[Version 2.4.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Aug 2004
It's a bit expensive, it should be cheaper, I will use ResEdit for now. People who say use this app becuase ResEdit can't edit the data fork, get the "forker" extension, and Super ResEdit.
[Version 2.4.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Jan 2004
$256 !!!
$256 !?!
Is this for real?
Somebody tell me that there is a decimal point missing in this figure.
[Version 2.4.1]

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Anonymous commented on 22 Jan 2004
it's for real, see for yourself
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Anonymous reviewed on 21 Dec 2003
For General Resource editing ResEdit is still king. Resorcerer 2.4 has a horrid UI, like all past versions and the MacOS X version is a poor port.

That they charge $128 for this thing is just appalling.
[Version 2.4.1]


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Arashmmm commented on 12 Dec 2003
Resourcer is a very cool tool, I use to use ResEdit for my programming and and had alot of trouble, but i still don't understand why apple didn't support ResEdit in a Carbonized version for OS X.
[Version 2.4.1]


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Downloads:100,218
Version Downloads:33,674
Type:Development : Editors
License:Demo
Date:11 Oct 2002
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X / OS Classic
Price:Free0.00
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Note: This demo is only version 2.4 (not 2.4.1). Users of 2.4 can download the updater from 2.4 to 2.4.1 for free.

Resorcerer is the premiere general-purpose commercial resource editor for Mac computers running System 8, 9, or Mac OS X. Relied upon by thousands of Mac developers all over the world, Resorcerer features a wealth of powerful yet easy-to-use tools for easier, faster, and safer editing of Mac data files and resources.


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