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madmatt



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madmatt
Would it be possible to add additional information when getting an 'Unexpected end of file error', like a marro definition that caused the error and the line where that macro was used?
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Post 07 Aug 2004, 00:36
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scientica
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Yeah, IMO that would be anice featuer, but hard to implement in a "correct" way, I think one way could be eg, counting the "{" and "}" and say something (in addition to the unexpected oef like "{ at line # appears to be unmatched"
Post 07 Aug 2004, 13:13
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mike.dld



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I thought that compiler remembers what macro exactly he processes now.
Post 07 Aug 2004, 15:19
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madmatt



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Scientica:
Hard to implement? Just keep a record of which file you are processing, and current line in that file, and when an error occurs, simply print out the current informatoin. BTW, I got the error because I was missing an 'end if' in an 'if, else, end if' construct. One other suggestion I forgot to mention in my first post, would it be possible to give a total number of lines processed in an assembly project? This shouldn't be real hard to do.
Post 07 Aug 2004, 17:53
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decard



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madmatt wrote:
One other suggestion I forgot to mention in my first post, would it be possible to give a total number of lines processed in an assembly project? This shouldn't be real hard to do.

It is implemented in Fresh. Smile
Post 07 Aug 2004, 17:56
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mike.dld



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mike.dld
Try to assemble this:
Code:
macro a [b] {
 if used c
  common
   db c
 end if
}

a s,d    

when writing
Code:
a s    

it's all right, this too
Code:
macro a [b] {
 common
  if used c
   db c
  end if
}

a s,d    
Post 07 Aug 2004, 18:05
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madmatt



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decard:
Hey, fresh assmbly IDE is lookin' pretty good!, especially building a GUI inteface for assembly. I'll have to play around with it more to see what there is to see. But so far, I like what I see!
Post 08 Aug 2004, 21:35
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