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OzzY



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Hello!
I think it would be nice if we made a new FASMW branch addding features like:
- Source code templates when the user clicks file->new
- Option for calling external tools from the IDE menu (like ResED, etc)
- Built-in call for Vortex's scan tool (it gets boring to create the import section by hand)
- Option for adding more help files at the Help menu
- FASMW auto-update by clicking Help->Update FASM (download and install latest version)

These are the main features. But maybe code completion too. (although I think it would be hard and not suitable for the light FASMW).

I don't know how FASMW's current plugin support are going.
But that's the idea, to make it with or without plugin support. With plugin support would be better to not re-add the code everytime new FASMW version is released.

What do you think?
Post 19 Jan 2008, 04:49
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penang



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penang
Hmmm.... go for it?
Post 07 May 2008, 01:46
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vid
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Quote:
Built-in call for Vortex's scan tool (it gets boring to create the import section by hand)

ermmm... how often do you start new project?
Post 07 May 2008, 06:29
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okasvi



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Not an bad idea, comrade has gone pretty far already, and I've started to add on that.
So far I've added Predefinitions to fasmw, but it's somewhat incomplete, supports only one predefinition atm. + dialog could look better. I've planned to add another another edit-field for debug-predef which could be set quickly from ie. the same menu as Assing to compiler to choose between debug and release builds(useful for debug-macros atleast), will add kb shortcut too.



I used Tomasz's own convert_definition_option from win32 fasm.asm Smile


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Post 13 Jul 2008, 17:31
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comrade



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Great initiative, okasvi.

If you guys want to make this serious, lets register a SourceForge project and take advantage of free SVN hosting they provide.
Post 13 Jul 2008, 17:39
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f0dder



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Since Tomasz doesn't feel too much like accepting other people's contributions to the FASM sourcebase, and since some features (like code completion) are relatively "heavy", I'm wondering if it wouldn't be a better idea to use (or create?) another editor, instead of branching FASMW and having all the bother of keeping the projects in sync?
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okasvi



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I'm not after codecompletion atleast.
Post 13 Jul 2008, 21:09
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f0dder wrote:
Since Tomasz doesn't feel too much like accepting other people's contributions to the FASM sourcebase, and since some features (like code completion) are relatively "heavy", I'm wondering if it wouldn't be a better idea to use (or create?) another editor, instead of branching FASMW and having all the bother of keeping the projects in sync?


What about Fresh?

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Post 14 Jul 2008, 03:22
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I've switched back to RadASM about six months ago - still configuring to get the most out of it. It has code completion, but doesn't match my coding style when it comes to navigation. Having something which understands FASM better would be a great benefit.

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