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CODE 706

Wink doesn't find the file key_W.wink
The file key_W.wink must be in the same directory that Fasm_Wink.exe

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Ahh, all right, works good now.
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Wink 6.87

(+) Save/restore current files
(control panel ---> button "the last files"

(+) a command line editor (for run)
(Wink menu or mouse right clic)

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wink 6.88

(+) Load directly your debugger from "wink"

wink menu:
    Debugger path/name
    Load Debugger


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Bug report: Command line editor cancel button does not work. Razz

Suggestion: a custom color exclusive for CALL, Jcc and RET instructions.
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bug report, vide image below. It happened when i was trying to change Active line color.


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Bug report: Command line editor cancel button does not work.
no bug here ! Razz

in fact, the "cancel button" (in Command line editor) cancels the action of "clear". If you clear your command line by error ... in this case you have the cancel button ... it cancels the last action of "clear". Razz
(I'm not sure this is very helpful !)

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bug report : code 187
It happened when i was trying to change Active line color

And at the same time,
the "preprocessing" was in "real time mode" ... I think so ... correct ?

I managed to reproduce this bug.
And a reproducible bug ... is a bug almost fixed. Wink
I will fix it.

than you for your feedback.

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i think so Razz
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Nice project Smile , thinking about using wink as my main assembler now that it uses the 1.69.31 code base. Would it be possible to add color coding to the different CPU registers? like one color for standard 32|64 bit, another for mmx/sse2, and one more for the new ymmx? Also, could you release the source? I'd like to make some modifications (mainly changing the font sizes for the dialogs).
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ouadji wrote:
the "cancel button" (in Command line editor) cancels the action of "clear" ...
(I'm not sure this is very helpful !)


Perhaps Undo instead Cancel?

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@madmatt color coding to the different CPU registers?
of course it's possible, it's not a difficult thing to do ...
but there are before that kind of detail, far more important things to improve in wink core. Wink core has become complex, i need time.
I don't like things badly done or half done.
but later, yes, why not!
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@madmatt could you release the source?
no problem, but it's too early (soon?).
Wink is still in full evolution and the code changes continuously!
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@Teehee Command line editor : Cancel --> Undo
good idea, i keep it.
for now, I am trying to solve a problem that nobody has yet reported,
a lot of work ... but even more fun! Razz

(ps : bug with error code 187 is soved )

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Ok, whenever your ready. Thanks for your work!
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changing the font sizes for the dialogs
madmatt ... something like that ?


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feature request: auto update Twisted Evil

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ouadji wrote:

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changing the font sizes for the dialogs
madmatt ... something like that ?


Image


yep, I usually tack this on the end of all the dialog defines:
Code:
, NULL, NULL, "Tahoma", 14    

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, NULL, NULL, "Tahoma", 14
I did not know it was possible to do that that way. Confused

I do that with : (home made Wink )

CreateFontIndirect (GetDC, GetDeviceCaps)
EnumChildWindows (+ proc callback)

it works fine too. Razz

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more features suggestion:

1. delete a whole word by Ctrl + Del (like happens with Ctrl + backspace)
2. close automaticaly ' and " like happens with [ { (.
3. also delete automaticaly a closed () or [] or '' etc. when empty.
4. suppose you have a line like mov eax, label when pressing [ in the most first position of label it is surrounded automaticaly like: mov eax, [label]
5. selecting a word, Wink could highlight all matches.
6. be able to select several lines and indent them all using Tab.
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ouadji wrote:
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, NULL, NULL, "Tahoma", 14
I did not know it was possible to do that that way. Confused

I do that with : (home made Wink )

CreateFontIndirect (GetDC, GetDeviceCaps)
EnumChildWindows (+ proc callback)

it works fine too. Razz


And I didn't know you could change it with code. If that works with all the dialogs, then use that. Here's a little better example of what I said above:
Code:
  dialog compile_dialog,'Compile',64,64,192,42,WS_CAPTION+WS_POPUP+WS_SYSMENU+DS_MODALFRAME, NULL, NULL, "Tahoma", 14
    dialogitem 'msctls_progress32','',ID_PROGRESS,8,6,176,12,WS_VISIBLE
    dialogitem 'BUTTON','C&ancel',IDCANCEL,75,24,42,14,WS_VISIBLE+WS_TABSTOP+BS_PUSHBUTTON
  enddialog    

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These are all "traditional" features. There are already countless IDE that offer all these features. .. this is really not my goal. The use and programming with the Windows API is not really programming in assembler ... it's just a construction game! By cons, wink engine that scans and parses the labels and the preprocessing in real time ... that's something else! Wink is at first an experimental IDE, and make it a traditional IDE does not interest me at all ! sorry. The only thing I would add, is a lines numbering ... that said, improve the real-time engine is infinitely more exciting

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