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GhostXoPCorp



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Well everyone has used the "whats your os look like" or "512 byte os thread" well i want to start one. curious to see who our real genius's are Wink

post images or talk about the biggest and greatest or hardest thing u have ever made using flat assembly (idk what else, this is a flat assembler forum assuming everyone uses it) it can be the first thing u made that u thought was hard, or the thing u made that u considered your retirment project "the last thing u wanted to accomplish in fasm before u said enough was enough" im not complete with my os's Chronos and Aurora, i would post it but its far to early in develoment a some people here would know Wink

This thread if for showing off as well, dont be shy if the hardest u have ever done was make a program that said hello world, everyone here is mature enough not to make fun of u.

Id love to see what great accomplishments are or have been made using this wonderful assembler, post away, but dont go off topic, or make fun of someones work. good comments only Wink

(edit) U can also talk about your upcoming project or what you are working on right now, that will be your biggest accomplishment

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Post 03 Jan 2010, 08:21
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roboman



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I got started playing with FASM with the idea of being able to throw a CD into a computer and turn it into a CNC controller with all the favorite bits from all the controllers I've used and programmed on. I haven't gotten very far in that goal yet, but lately in that direction (a CNC controller is mostly just an interpreter language that outputs a bit pattern to a motor control board) I've been porting Basic over from MikeOS to DexOS:
http://home.comcast.net/~dexos/
MikeOS:
http://mikeos.berlios.de/
Post 03 Jan 2010, 17:04
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Coddy41



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My largest accomplishment would be a program for DexOS that pinged a PC that was on a direct
connect with a Ethernet cord between the two, although I have no screen shot or code as
I lost the whole thing a few vista crashes ago. Right now thogh I am working on a 32bit p-mode OS.
Post 03 Jan 2010, 17:29
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GhostXoPCorp



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my greatest project is (or will be) VolTroX Endurance Codename Chronos 4.01.2000 (Beta Build 2000) (Version.Release.Build) it wil be the first release of VolTroX Endurance (composed of Aurora and Chronos) all chronos and aurora are test project and my forum will choose one to be the RC for endurance. my plans for it are fat 12 and 16 full support. partial vesa and v8086 mode support and full tui graphics library (untill vesa) support.
Post 03 Jan 2010, 23:31
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dosin



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My os... (not fin yet)
Finally coded for ring 0- 3 in pm..
Created a HTML parser - will be porting to Dexos soon!
Working on adding paging ..
Working on a C++/C port with Tony Mac on Dexos
and C++ graphics lib on dexos..
just about fin with a duel boot loader... (waiting for the os to be fin)
working on a disk system.. for my os..


3d rotating cube in C++ on dexos
Image

My OS // -updated:
Image

FBrowser - designed by dex -I wrote a parser
for it// displaying Fasm forum in text
Image


Future:
arcade machine
and game box like the XBOX ..


Quote:
http://mikeos.berlios.de/

Cool site - I have ran across it a few times!

many thanks to Dex and the other fasm members for all there help! Very Happy


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Post 04 Jan 2010, 08:01
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if i remembered correctly, it was mentioned in www.osnews.com sometime ago. cool!!

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"the last thing u wanted to accomplish in fasm before u said enough was enough"

making OS that based on common sense. human AI, file writing total control by user, can put where he wants into the particular hard disk sector, clickless solution, AI typing.

i guess a lot, the bad news is, the goal seems far away, the good news is, i am young.
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GhostXoPCorp



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lol feels good, enjoy it while we can
Post 04 Jan 2010, 09:45
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MHajduk



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What do you mean by "AI typing", sleepsleep? Something like IntelliSense or maybe something completely different?
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What do you mean by "AI typing", sleepsleep? Something like IntelliSense or maybe something completely different?

different. in a sense, it shows the suggestion on the screen.
now, imagine if it shows the suggestion on punchable buttons.

we will have keyboard buttons too, but (it will scroll teks)
all the A to Z position is still the same. just (it could scroll suggested text on button and based on its first character also).
i totally have no idea WHY nobody creating such intelligent keyboard till now.

just think outside the box. WHY should i INPUT all character ONE by ONE?????
i should input them word by word using keyboard still!.

btw, i think nobody yet patented this idea yet. so hereby i released this as BSD license. hehehe.
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MHajduk



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sleepsleep wrote:
just think outside the box. WHY should i INPUT all character ONE by ONE?????
i should input them word by word using keyboard still!.
Well, we have already special keyboards named stenotype machines (or shorthand machines) which can accomplish such task:
Wikipedia wrote:
The stenotype keyboard looks more like a piano than a conventional alphanumeric keyboard. Multiple keys are pressed simultaneously (known as "chording" or "stroking") to spell out whole syllables, words, and phrases with a single hand motion.
Of course, user should learn how to use it to type in words properly. But my guess is that you think rather about keyboard which layout is closer to the common QWERTY (with additional special buttons with LCD displays on its surfaces). Wink It's doable.
sleepsleep wrote:
btw, i think nobody yet patented this idea yet. so hereby i released this as BSD license. hehehe.
Sure, you can try to patent it (check in Patent Offices in your country, USA and European Union if it's real innovation and ensure if nobody has priority rights), and, if it wouldn't be too expensive and would be user-friendly, you can even achieve some financial success. Wink
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Well, we have already special keyboards named stenotype machines (or shorthand machines) which can accomplish such task:

i think my imagine AI input differ a lot with the picture i saw on wikipedia page ..

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Of course, user should learn how to use it to type in words properly.

and this is really big problem....

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keyboard which layout is closer to the common QWERTY (with additional special buttons with LCD displays on its surfaces). Wink It's doable.

yeah, LCD buttons that could scroll text in a customize speed.
best still is, it doesn't need to scroll, just show mini font partial text on the LCD QWERTY buttons.

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Sure, you can try to patent it (check in Patent Offices in your country, USA and European Union if it's real innovation and ensure if nobody has priority rights), and, if it wouldn't be too expensive and would be user-friendly, you can even achieve some financial success.

such step is just too far away from my world. even if it is patented, it wouldn't hold any value because i am not recognized inventor, scientist or etc.
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MHajduk



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sleepsleep wrote:
such step is just too far away from my world. even if it is patented, it wouldn't hold any value because i am not recognized inventor, scientist or etc.
Believe in yourself (you've just said you're a god, isn't it? Wink Razz) - if you'll patent anything you'll be inventor. Sure, there is also some painful work to do with promotion, but you can try to find a sponsor or sell your idea to some hardware manufacturer eventually.
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Dex4u



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I would have to say along with a team of coders ( Some of which have already posted in this topic ), making DexOS.
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GhostXoPCorp



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i just figured id post this at both cites knowing they both are software development, but ok continue

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GhostXoPCorp wrote:
post images or talk about the biggest and greatest or hardest thing u have ever made using flat assembly


My UI21DEB (real mode DOS deBUGGER)
Post 07 Jan 2010, 13:38
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I started writing a small basic like language interpreter. It is still early but whenever I find free time and piece of mind, especially on weekends, i'm working. Already running some basic commands set like print, goto, gosub, return, if, and a typical parser, all in about 500 lines of code so far. There is nothing great yet and is still in version 0.0, hopefully to advance it. Smile


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A top-down recursive-descent compiler from a C-like language to a stack machine architecture.
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vid
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FASMLIB. Shame I'll never finish it to version 1.0
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edfed



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Image FOOL and it is always in development. even if i don't code, i devellop the idea.
Smile
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vid wrote:
FASMLIB. Shame I'll never finish it to version 1.0


Did you lose the code or something? If so, surely someone else downloaded a copy.

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