[MonoDevelop] Hex editor as a widget for my application?

Rampage atomikramp at email.it
Mon Aug 30 17:32:35 EDT 2010

Rampage ha scritto:
> Abe Gillespie ha scritto:
>> Make sure you're building against the latest Mono assembly versions.
>> Do this by right-clicking your project > Options > Build > Runtime
>> version > <select the highest Mono / .NET profile>
>> If that doesn't work then you probably need a newer Mono and MonoDevelop.
>> -Abe
>> On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 11:37 AM, Rampage <atomikramp at email.it> wrote:
> Oh yeah, now it works, thank you very much, now i need some api doc on 
> how to use it.. is there anything on the mono documentation?
> thanks
> Francesco
Ok, here we go, i've managed to understand (probably) how to load stuff 
into the hex editor widget.

but i have a problem:
if i do:

using Mono.MHex;
using Mono.MHex.Data;
using Mono.MHex.Rendering;

HexEditor he = new HexEditor();
HexEditor.HexEditorData.Buffer = ArrayBuffer.Load("filename.ext");

the hex editor widget is displayed correctly with the content from the file

if instead i use the other overload for the Load method that accepts a 
stream like this:

byte[] mybytearray = new byte[10]
MemoryStream memstream = new MemoryStream();
memstream.write(mybytearray, 0 mybytearray.Lenght);

HexEditor he = new HexEditor();
HexEditor.HexEditorData.Buffer = ArrayBuffer.Load(memstream);

the widget is showed up, it looks like it's containing data couse its 
lenght is right according to the size of the stream
but it's all filled with 00 instead of the stream data.

am i doing something wrong?

Thanks again for your support
Best regards

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