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Frank



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Is "Run --> Run" (or F9) supposed to work already? Here it produces the executable, but doesn't start it (W2k SP4, FASMW 1.54 interface 0.92.0, downloaded 10 or 15 minutes ago).
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Tomasz Grysztar
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The bug with "select all" was removed just in the meantime, that's why it worked fine for those, who downloaded later. Also the "Run" problem is removed now.
Post 30 Jul 2004, 00:54
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h4ng4m3



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on win2k


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Post 30 Jul 2004, 01:54
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windwakr



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h4ng4m3, thats been in fasm 1.52, 1.53 and probably more
Post 30 Jul 2004, 03:50
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h4ng4m3



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So what does that character mean? and did it display correct?
Post 30 Jul 2004, 04:02
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tsunghsien_lin



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pelaillo wrote:
tsunghsien_lin,
As far as I know, RaEdit works well for chinese but I have no means to verify that. However, it worth a look: http://radasm.visualassembler.com


win98 no work show chinaene and key all show down.
Post 30 Jul 2004, 06:02
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djca



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I think that a list of the most recent edited documents will be usefull. These entries can be stored in the INI file.
Post 30 Jul 2004, 16:54
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decard



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Privalov,
can you make lates AsmEdit DLL available somewhere on fasm site (examples section?).
Post 31 Jul 2004, 14:15
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Tomasz Grysztar
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I have changed the source layout (download the latest fasmw update to see the changes), now the core functions are separated and ready for developing other IDEs on the same code base.

My suggestion for you is to use it as a base for Fresh, too. It means a bit more of work for you (you can use the fasmw's AsmEdit interface as a starting point), but it should allow you to customize the interface for all your needs, while any core fixes I make in the future will be still easily applicable.
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crc



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h4ng4m3: I often see TABs displayed like that in message boxes.
Post 31 Jul 2004, 14:38
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I have found one difference in bahaviour between new AsmEdit and older one. When vertical selection is on, and editor is in overwrite mode, after selecting some block, and pressing some letter, this block was cleared in older version, now it is not.
Post 31 Jul 2004, 15:31
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Thank for the report, fixed now.
Post 31 Jul 2004, 15:55
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decard



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the executable is fixed, but package still contains old asmedit.inc file.
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Tomasz Grysztar
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The structure of source tree has changed - you might be looking into wrong place.

I'm attaching the preliminary version of documentation for the new Assembly Editor core.


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Post 31 Jul 2004, 19:42
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yes, my mistake Wink
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mike.dld



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Privalov!

How about adding this feature (see screenshot) in AsmEdit 2.0? I mean that horizontal line near the 80th symbol (or any other #, it may be customizable). I made this one for myself but if flickers when scrolling vertically. Can you make something of this kind?

I need this because FASMW isn't a text-mode editor, so there are more then 80 columns and I want to see if I crossed that line or not.

And, don't beat me, it's just my attempt to do something for myself Wink


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h4ng4m3



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Quote:
I have found one difference in bahaviour between new AsmEdit and older one. When vertical selection is on, and editor is in overwrite mode, after selecting some block, and pressing some letter, this block was cleared in older version, now it is not.


I tried this with last release but it did not work.
Do you notice this?
1.go to 1st char of a line
2.Shitf+END
3.Delete
these well worked in notepad Smile
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