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vhanla



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vhanla
I was opening some source codes, and found that FASMW can't read a file
entirely, it breaks the file when it contains a lot of [space]s in a file.

I don't know why, but I can't open a file entirely, the only trick I use is to open EDIT from windows and edit the file.[asm] that contains that problem, and i erase that part. i save it and FASMW opens it entirely, But, don't you think doing is an annoying thing?

If not, just Try to do it everytime you open a new file....



Any comments?

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Post 06 Jul 2004, 23:03
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Can you attach such file please?

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Post 07 Jul 2004, 00:03
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Frank



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comrade wrote:
Can you attach such file please?


It's not difficult to produce one ... Very Happy


Description: A file containing lots of blanks, and some text at the very end.
Download
Filename: spaces.asm
Filesize: 3.63 KB
Downloaded: 168 Time(s)

Post 07 Jul 2004, 01:00
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pelaillo
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Fasmw has a limit of 255 chars per line. This is because for assembly source files it is enough.

Privalov, please correct me if I'm wrong.
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It is sometimes not enough, and I've hit that limit in FASMW several times. It is quite annoying. I have tried modifying ASMEDIT sources to allow longer lines, but have broken undo/redo functionality while doing that. I don't think its a priority for Privalov to update ASMEDIT.

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Tomasz Grysztar
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i-don



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I've noticed the breaking text content in FASMW ide is easily to replicate when you joined to text file using DOS COPY command like this one:

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copy file1.txt + file2.txt fileA.txt
    


The result in fileA.txt has CTRL+Z in between them. Open it using FASMW ide, you only got the first file content. If you open the same file using Notepad, you'll see both file separated by a black square character.

CTRL+Z or ^Z or &H1A (ooops, thats a VB hex), or 01Ah usually the cause for some richedit based ide cannot load the other part of the files and understand it as EOF(end-of-file) characters. I read about how to fix it somewhere in the net by adding additional styles to richedit character handling. Can't remember whas style it was.

Hope this info would helps,

i-don.
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