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> IDE Development > CodeSize addin for RadASM
Despite what you may have heard, size does matter.
The CodeSize addin for RadASM shows you the size that individual lines of code will assemble to.
All you need is a project that assembles successfully, no configuration or options.
The package contains the addin, installation and usage instructions.
Hope you find it useful. Your feedback is appreciated.
Download here( version 1.0.0 ).
Here's a pic:
|11 Mar 2007, 21:27||
Nice idea, haven't seen before, too bad I don't use RadAsm. Well, soon as we get plugin interface to fasmw, perhaps you could rewrite this for it
|19 Mar 2007, 23:28||
I just now tried out radasm. Looks nice, but i'm havin' alot of problems with radasm, otherwise i'd use this nice little plugin. Radasm is supposed to have an auto reconfiguration thing for fasm, but... well... It's not turning out too well...
|22 Apr 2007, 23:37||
I cant to use this addons, I'm get message: cannot assemble.
In the readme:
If the project assembles successfully inside RadASM, but when choosing
Tools -> Get code size you get the "Cannot assemble" message, then make
sure that the paths are set up correctly. Open the fasm.ini file in the
RadASM directory and make sure that the "$B" entry in the "Paths" group
points to fasm.exe.
I'm open fasm.ini and i have:
What I do wrang?
|14 Nov 2009, 20:22||
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