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decard



Joined: 11 Sep 2003
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As you know, FRESH macroses for win32 programming are different from those that come with FASM. This is confusing, and it makes starting with FRESH more difficult, as there is no document covering the topic. Because of that I wrote a simple description of Standard Macro Library that comes with our IDE. Maybe it's not as clear as I wanted it to be, but this is because my english, which... isn't perfect Smile It isn't finished, but now it covers some basic aspects, and it sould be enough to start. It comes with two simple examples.

Please look and say if it must be continued... All opinins and suggestions are also wecome.

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Post 24 Dec 2003, 10:21
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JohnFound



Joined: 16 Jun 2003
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Hi Decard.

Even not finished it is GREAT! And you are absolutely right writing:
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Proably in future it will become a part of Fresh User's Guide Smile.


Happy holidays.

Regards.
Post 24 Dec 2003, 15:36
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decard



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I have just updated my doc (added info about FRESH version of display directive, and one example).
Post 25 Dec 2003, 17:17
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