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Walter



Joined: 26 Jan 2013
Posts: 115
FASM Editor 2.0
FASM Editor 2.0

Anyone tried this:

http://asmworld.ru/

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My Russian is about as good as my (nonexistent) Chinese skills.
So maybe someone would have a look.
Post 22 Jul 2013, 23:45
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bitRAKE



Joined: 21 Jul 2003
Posts: 2628
Location: dank orb
Interface is very standard and featureful. I was able to figure it out without knowledge of Russian.

File
----
New
Open
Recent >

Save
Save as...
Save All

Export >

Close File
Close Project

Exit


Edit
----
Undo
Redo

Cut
Copy
Paste

Change Case >

Toggle Comment
Indent
Outdent

???? F11

...I could probably translate maybe 80%. Top-level menus are probably: File, Edit, Search, View, Project, Tools, Help. First item in the tools menu is used to set the paths, second one is the import tool! I like the HTML export, and strong project navigation.

Unfortunately, it doesn't work with my oddball coding style, but for the default FASM package it is quite nice. No drag-and-drop. Sad Looks like it was written in Delphi, maybe? (Confirmed with above screen shot. Confused )

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Post 23 Jul 2013, 03:44
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Walter



Joined: 26 Jan 2013
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After figuring out the menus, perhaps use Resource Hacker to edit the Res section? I would imagine the text strings in the exe might be more difficult.

Anybody know the author? Or does he frequent or visit this forum?
Post 23 Jul 2013, 04:10
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AsmGuru62



Joined: 28 Jan 2004
Posts: 1384
Location: Toronto, Canada
Interesting!.. I am taking a look.

The FASMWriter I created -- is way better in a code inspection manner.
This IDE has no tooltips on elements or can't see the elements in other files.
Also, color theme settings are poor.
Maybe I can't set it all up?.. but for now IMO it is not that impressive.

P.S. Is auto-Complete working there?

When I type "wc." I expect the list of items within WNDCLASS structure.
Post 23 Jul 2013, 17:54
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JohnFound



Joined: 16 Jun 2003
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I am biased, of course, but for 4MB .exe file FEditor has very poor features. Some of them are interesting, but not very important. The important features - code completion, source browsing and navigation, compilation are pretty useless.

It scans the source in order to determine the content of the auto completion window and code navigator - approach proved to be impossible and useless with FASM, because of the complex macros.
Post 23 Jul 2013, 19:16
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typedef



Joined: 25 Jul 2010
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JohnFound wrote:
I am biased, of course, but for 4MB .exe file FEditor has very poor features. Some of them are interesting, but not very important. The important features - code completion, source browsing and navigation, compilation are pretty useless.

It scans the source in order to determine the content of the auto completion window and code navigator - approach proved to be impossible and useless with FASM, because of the complex macros.



Made in Delphi... What do you expect. Also this goes to author of that project. Please make language pack support (if at all I'm going to use it).

BTW It's been a while JohnFound. How do you do? Very Happy
Post 24 Jul 2013, 12:56
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JohnFound



Joined: 16 Jun 2003
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Hi, typedef. I am fine. (my english teacher always said you should not answer with "I am fine" on "how do you do" but I can't restrain. Smile )
Anyway, I am around. Why you thing I was missed?
Post 24 Jul 2013, 13:16
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xeno



Joined: 03 Oct 2013
Posts: 1
Location: Republic Of Korea
FASM Editor v2.0 - English Converting Version
Hi, Flat Assemblian~

I had to change into comfortable FASM environment for the English version.
Original Edition Written by Russian Localization.

So, Convert Russian Language to English..


Just have a Fun..

Thank you asmworld.ru's FASM Editor.


Reguards.
ps: If you encounter a problem, I will be delete.

http://www.xenostream.com/FEditor_V2_En.zip
Post 03 Oct 2013, 19:32
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m3ntal



Joined: 08 Dec 2013
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I like it. Very clean, straight forward.

Of all the IDEs that I've seen and used, I would say JCreator is the easiest, most professional and well designed. Though it's for Java, it may work with other languages. Still, good for reference when creating an IDE.

Why is that the most popular IDEs - Visual Studio, Eclipse, etc - are the slowest, most bloated and inefficient? Perhaps it's because modern programmers assume that bigger programs are better.
Post 15 Dec 2013, 15:13
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HaHaAnonymous



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Stupid post removed.


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Post 15 Dec 2013, 15:26
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m3ntal



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HaHa: I agree.

Code:
Storage devices being able to store 1TBare now common. Computers with 32GB of memory is nothing amazing anymore.

Well, us broke programmers can't afford PCs like that! Smile I'm on I32, single core, 1.2GHZ, 512MB RAM, 128GB hard drive. For the price of Visual Studio, I could buy land and build a small house!
Post 15 Dec 2013, 16:02
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TmX



Joined: 02 Mar 2006
Posts: 783
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

m3ntal wrote:

Why is that the most popular IDEs - Visual Studio, Eclipse, etc - are the slowest, most bloated and inefficient? Perhaps it's because modern programmers assume that bigger programs are better.



Gazillion of features, needs extra runtime/VM, etc?
On the other hand, I could imagine writing feature rich IDEs like them in assembly to be a very challenging task Smile
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