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c-sanchez



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FASMW in Spanish (and other languages)
Hello, me and taken the audacity to translate FASM IDE (FASMW) into Spanish, and FASM, although the latter only partially.

I'll leave it here for all user Spanish speaking Very Happy


I hope not to break any copyright or cause discomfort.


Español:

Hola, me e tomado el atrevimiento de traducir el IDE de FASM (FASMW) al Español, y también FASM, aunque este ultimo solo parcialmente.

Lo dejo aquí para todo usuario de habla hispana Very Happy

Espero no quebrar ningun derecho de autor ni causar molestia alguna.

Hello, me and taken the audacity to translate FASM IDE (FASMW) into Spanish, and FASM, although the latter only partially.

I'll leave it here for all user Spanish speaking Very Happy


I hope not to break any copyright or cause discomfort.

In Spanish by c-sanchez

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In Portuguese by HaHaAnonymous

http://board.flatassembler.net/download.php?id=6215

And you? you can provide a translation into FASMW Smile


Description: FASM Español
Download
Filename: FASMesp.7z
Filesize: 362.88 KB
Downloaded: 201 Time(s)


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Post 02 Dec 2012, 17:54
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c-sanchez



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Thanks, a pleasure to contribute with something Smile

If you speak Spanish, leave message in Spanish as well, so it is better for those who do not speak English.
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c-sanchez



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jajajaja, never mind.
anyway I think I did not explain well Razz.

I meant that those who speak Spanish, leave a message in Spanish and English, so it is more comfortable for those who speak Spanish Smile

Because they speak Portuguese I guess it would be nice if you leave your message in English and Potuguês because well you speak Portuguese can read the message immediately Smile

Why not think of IDE translation into Portuguese?

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Español:

jajajaja, no importa.
de todos modos creo que no me explique bien Razz.

Me referia que quienes hablen español, dejasen su mensaje en español e ingles, pues así es mas comodo para quien hable español Smile

Ya que hablas portugues pues supongo que seria bueno si dejas tu mensaje en ingles y Potugues, pues así quienes hablen portugues podran leer el mensaje inmediatamente Smile

Porque no creas la traducción del IDE al portugues?
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c-sanchez



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Quote:

Why not think of IDE translation into Portuguese?



It's a shame... I did not realize that IDE is only for Windows Sad
So if that is wrong, should also be available for GNU/Linux. :/

Anyway... you can try Wine?
assuming you are in GNU/Linux

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Why not think of IDE translation into Portuguese?



Eso esta mal, no note que el IDE esta solo para Windows Sad
Deberia estar disponible tambien para GNU/Linux. :/

De todos modos... no puedes probar con Wine?
Suponiendo estas en GNU/Linux
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c-sanchez



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I could just translate the "text" in source and other people compile them to Windows.


If you want translate the code and I compiled from Windows. Smile
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Teehee



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I hate to use programs in my language (pt-br). English is way better to me.
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c-sanchez



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I hate to use programs in my language (pt-br). English is way better to me.



How strange that you do better in English than in your own language, matters of taste. Just would not hurt FASMW in other languages. Smile

Seizing the opportunity, some place to learn FASM from 0?
I'm really beginning, and not get good information Sad
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sure: http://flatassembler.net/docs.php

"flat assembler 1.70 Programmer's Manual" Very Happy
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IMO language packs can make things easier other than having to edit and re-compile it.
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c-sanchez



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Quote:

IMO language packs can make things easier other than having to edit and re-compile it.


IDE would be good to bring the language files would be very useful.


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haha, me too!

Anyway, here's the translated FASMW source (not sure if I modified something I could not):
http://www.fileden.com/files/2012/11/12/3366176/FASMW.tar


Here the IDE compiled, translated into Portuguese by HaHaAnonymous Smile

http://www.fileden.com/files/2012/12/3/3372674/FASMW%20Portuguese.7z

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sure: http://flatassembler.net/docs.php

"flat assembler 1.70 Programmer's Manual" Very Happy



Thanks Smile , I'll give a look.
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c-sanchez



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Quote:

Ops, the special characters are not being displayed properly. Maybe it would be better to replace them in this case.


Honestly I can not be sure that there are special characters, then perhaps they will be the OS, you can also notice that in my translation into Spanish are seen special characters.

Here the new translation Smile


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Description: FASMW em Portugues
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Filename: FASMW em Portugues.7z
Filesize: 139.62 KB
Downloaded: 208 Time(s)

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typedef wrote:
IMO language packs can make things easier other than having to edit and re-compile it.



I used to work for a company that sold point-of-sale terminals both here and in Latin America. We had a system in which all of the messages were in a file, rather than in the source-code, and there were English and Spanish versions of everything --- the language could be chosen with a compiler directive when the program was assembled. There was a code in front of each message, so the right message would be used in the right place. It would be nice to have a library of code for FASM that allowed for that, so our application programs could be English or Spanish or whatever, without having to change the source-code. It is possible to have a non-programmer translator edit the file of messages, without looking at the source-code. I think that is what is being referred to above as a "language pack." That works pretty well, so long as the messages are reasonably similar in length. It is even possible to have graphic images of messages in other alphabets, without actually supporting unicode or anything complicated like that.

There might be a market for programs for Spanish-speaking users, especially here in Phoenix AZ which is over half Mexican.

This same library could be used in FASMW too, as FASMW is a FASM application program itself. I don't think that is very useful though. If a guy can't mentally translate "run" into "ejecute" in the IDE, then he isn't going to be able to read the manual either --- the programmers are pretty much going to have to know English (at least until somebody translates the FASM manual, and the Intel manuals as well).

P.S. for Mr. Sanchez --- What country are you in? Is this Spain, or Mexico, or another? I have read that the Spanish government has adopted Ubuntu for all of its offices, and they no longer use Windows at all (good for them!).

Sorry I couldn't ask all of this in Spanish --- despite having a Spanish surname, and despite living around Mexicans my whole life --- I still don't know the language. Embarassed
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c-sanchez



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ja no matter you leave the message in English. I'm not from Spain, but here also implemented free software instead of private as "Windows"
If I could translate at least "run" to "ejecutar"
Anyway I hope at some point be possible to translate more comfortably FASMW / Fresh
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