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Tomasz Grysztar
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Version 1.47 has been released - the links for download are on the http://www.flatassembler.net/ page.


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Post 27 Jun 2003, 21:35
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JohnFound



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Hi, Privalov. I got it. Smile
BTW: Why, only console version have Whatsnew.txt file in the package? Sometimes, fasmw have more changes, than console version.
Post 27 Jun 2003, 22:05
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Tomasz Grysztar
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That's because whatsnew.txt is generally oriented to list the changes of fasm's core, and the DOS/Win32 console release is still the main one.
Post 27 Jun 2003, 22:08
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comrade



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I was wondering if you could make perhaps a few quirks that I added to fasmw standard, or is that not possible?

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Post 27 Jun 2003, 23:29
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Tomasz Grysztar
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I've suggested you releasing your own package, because I wanted to continue its development in other direction (altough this development was very slow recently, but I'm planning to get back to it sooner or later).
It is also possible, that when I realize I can't dedicate enough time to all fasm subprojects, I'll concentrate on the core only, and then will allow others (like you) to take control of the GUI version development.
Post 28 Jun 2003, 10:01
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fasm9



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fasm is fork free?
Post 28 Jun 2003, 20:58
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eet_1024



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Can the include and examples trees from the GUI distribution be included in the DOS/Win32 distribution?
Post 23 Jul 2003, 01:26
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Then what would be the point of making separate packages? I don't want to overbloat distribution for the DOS users.
Post 23 Jul 2003, 10:34
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