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Tomasz Grysztar
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vid wrote:
prefixing octal numbers with "0" is the most stupid thing i ever saw...


For this reason it was removed in fasm 1.47. Wink
Post 17 Oct 2006, 10:28
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arafel



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orbital_fox wrote:
i would recomment that u create a web accessible version tooo..

SF provides web space Wink


Yeah, I was thinking about that too. But at the moment it will be just too much hustle to maintain the online version, since the reference is not finished yet and I change or add stuff to it on a daily basis. Also I want to make it more browser friendly before going online, but due to my rather limited web-programming experience that's gotta take a while Confused
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if u want i can give u hand Wink

U could be using an online system to manage it, and when the user want to download the latest version, the system will suck out everything it has at the current stage, into an one bandle html thingy or something..

Easy to be done Wink and its gonna make u keeping the online version faster and easier up to date.. and edits piece of cake Wink

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Post 17 Oct 2006, 23:23
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arafel



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The release package, besides of the documentation (sorry, the thread's name may be misleading) also contains a bunch of other things like supplementary utilities and applications. Which are not very numerous at the moment, but will grow in the number and the reference eventually will become a much smaller fraction of this project.

If this was only a pure documentation maybe it would be better to do this through online management, but I afraid it's not an option for the current (and future) state of this project.
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llaurrentt



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Welll, as syscall numbers show, this package is for 32bits (int 80h) programming. Is there any known project for a similar package targeting 64bits (syscall) programming?
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arafel



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Sorry, I am not aware of any similar project for 64bit.
I am planning to port this one to 64bit, but due to some time shortage issues it may take a while.
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vid
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do you have some website?
Post 05 Nov 2006, 16:48
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arafel



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website?
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vid
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some site for this project. I am going to mention you in credits, and i want to provide link to project. or should i use link to this thread?

[edit] Got it - sourceforge site. sorry to bother
Post 05 Nov 2006, 17:43
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vid,
credits of what?
Post 05 Nov 2006, 17:55
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vid
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FASMLIB. i am using your linux reference
Post 05 Nov 2006, 19:24
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arafel



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ah, ok. Smile

I must confess though, I haven't yet checked the FASMLIB.. downloaded it almost a month ago but still trying to scrape some time to take an in deep look..
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vid
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don't check it now. soon there will be new version, with much new.
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Excellent reference, תודה רבה!
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arafel



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בבקשה Wink
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Nikolay Petrov



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arafel xlib example is not very correct.
for example function XNextEventn call the XFlush and XFlush not necessary. second - why you didn't close the window and connection?
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arafel



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Nikolay Petrov wrote:
why you didn't close the window and connection?

Connection to display closes automatically when process exits (pending errors are just not reported). But you are right, it's a good programming practice to close it. I'll fix this.

Nikolay Petrov wrote:
function XNextEventn call the XFlush and XFlush not necessary.

Didn't knew that...

Thanks Nikolay!
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a16b03



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I think i found tiny mistake.

sys_getpgrp

Title is wrong it's sys_getpgid.

Litle tip:
There's some syscalls very similar. Here's some example. It Would be great if you would add bit more info on them.
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arafel



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Hi,

I have uploaded a new release to the sf.

Additional 30 or so syscall's documentation has been reviewed/tested.
Some slight inaccuracies fixed.
Additional definitions for include files.
Also, Bogdan kindly pointed me on his awesome Perl scripts which should make a nice addition to this package.

Enjoy Smile


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arafel



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a16b03,

Sorry, for some reason I didn't saw your last post up until now Sad.
I'll fix it in the next update. Thanks!
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