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JohnFound



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Hi Tommy. It looks pretty good. Only a few additions:
1. When debug line is set and this line is not in the window, AsmEdit should position this line in the center of the window.
2. AEM_READONLY need some parameter TRUE/FALSE
3. When AsmEdit is in read-only mode, the navigation and selection keys should work.
4. IMHO, the color of the debug line should be included in the AETHEME structure.

Regards
Post 31 Jan 2004, 13:39
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Tommy



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Yes, it's on my todo... I'll fix it as soon as possible... Wink
Post 31 Jan 2004, 18:02
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Tommy



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Now I've fixed the things in your list + some other additions... Take a look!

So long!
Tommy


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Post 31 Jan 2004, 19:51
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JohnFound



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Hi Tommy.
Now it is much better. Only one thing - AEM_SETFOCUSLINE should move the line to the middle, only if it is outside the screen. Otherwise, the AsmEdit on every step of the debugger scrolls up or down, but it is not desired.

Very good work, though. Smile
Regards.
Post 31 Jan 2004, 21:43
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Tommy



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Ok, I considered that, but... Confused Very Happy I'll fix it. Wink

[edit]I have fixed it now... Wink[/edit]


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Post 01 Feb 2004, 08:29
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Tommy



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BTW: there's a bug in the debugger (I think)... Setting a breakpoint in the debug.asm file in the Fresh-project, I only get a message about the breakpoint in the message-list... In other words: the line is not focused by the debugger, and continuing the debugging by "step over" or "step into" doesn't work properly... Is it supposed to be like this?
Post 01 Feb 2004, 19:58
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JohnFound



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Hi Tommy. Good work on the editor.

About reported bug, please, tell me, where exactly you put this breakpoint, that don't stop the debugger. (btw: I don't know how the debugger will behave on multithread applications (like Fresh) but probably it will behave wrong. Smile

Ah, and one last fix in the editor: When the current line is only partially on the screen AsmEdit should act as the like is outside the screen, i.e. to center it. I take some cases where the bottom screen line is only 1..2 pixels visible, but AsmEdit count it as it is on the screen and does not center it.

Regards.
Post 01 Feb 2004, 22:48
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Tommy



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1) I'll give you further information about this when I get home from school. Right now I don't have access to the sources and the program itself...

2) Oh... I thought I had fixed that... Confused Well, I know how to fix it so I will fix it when I get home from training tonight... Wink

So long! Cool

Regards,
Tommy
Post 02 Feb 2004, 07:13
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JohnFound



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Hi all.
I just upload the next work version 1.0.1C.15.
It have some interresting improvements in "Options|IDE options" menu, also implemented latest versions of decard's help system and AsmEdit control.

Send some feedback what you think about new options menu and "first time run" system.

Note: I think it should be the last work version of 1.0.1C. The next will be "official" pre-alpha, after last fixes in AsmEdit and reported bugs. Wink
There are simply too many changes since 1.0.1B.

Regards.
Post 02 Feb 2004, 09:37
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decard



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Nice idea Smile What about implementing environment variable list as a property grid? With buttonedit it would make "input name and path" dialog unneccessary.
Post 02 Feb 2004, 14:26
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JohnFound



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decard wrote:
Nice idea Smile What about implementing environment variable list as a property grid? With buttonedit it would make "input name and path" dialog unneccessary.


Well, property grid have fixed property names in the left column, but I don't want to limit the users to several fixd paths. Now everyone may add his own name/path rows in the Fresh.ini environment section.

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pelaillo
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Great work Tommy and John Found, thanks.

Feedback: the following proc causes the bug (when user clicks pause or stop buttons and debug thread has not started, fasm crash):
Code:
proc WaitForCommand
begin
.wait:
        cmp     [dbgCommand], 0
        jne     .wait
        return
endp    

Maybe assigning a dbgcNotDebugging value to dbgCommand?

Or a workarround activating buttons when the thread is created?
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JohnFound



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Hi pelaillo.
Thank you. I was forget about this problem. I will fix it.

btw: Are you got crash, or simply hanging. Because Fresh should hang not crash on this procedure if the debugger thread is not created.

Regards.
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pelaillo
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Yes, you're right. The right term is hang: it is an infinite loop and the program must be manually stopped.

btw. congrats Wink Exclamation , you got a great improvement in debugger's speed. Currently I'm testing with a very outdated machine.
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Tommy



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Hi John... I can't provoke your comment on the behaviour of aem_setfocusline, but it should only be to add "inc eax" after line 2427 in AsmEdit.asm... Tell me if I'm wrong...

BTW: the ClearEditDebugStates can be removed from debug.asm... It was when I placed a breakpoint in this procedure and called it, the debugger didn't react... This problem seems to be fixed in the newest release... Wink

So long!

Best regards,
Tommy
Post 02 Feb 2004, 18:28
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JohnFound



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Tommy, thanks. Now AsmEdit works exactly how it have to work. Excelent work.

Regards
Post 02 Feb 2004, 22:56
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Tommy



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You're welcome! Smile Keep up the good work!... (I'll see if I have more time this week to add some more features to AsmEdit (bookmarks and breakpoints))

Got to go to school! So long and take care!
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