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ouadji



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ouadji
hello,

What are the differences between versions 1.68 and 1.69.11.
I do not understand
Confused
Post 20 Dec 2009, 09:36
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DOS386



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ouadji wrote:
What are the differences between versions 1.68 and 1.69.11. I do not understand


What didn't you understand Confused Confused Confused Confused Confused

Code:
version 1.69.11 (Dec 19, 2009)

[+] Allowed syntax of "pmovmskb" with 64-bit register destination in long mode.

[-] The code generated for "call eax" instruction was missing prefix in 16-bit
    mode - fixed.


version 1.69.10 (Oct 28, 2009)

[-] Fixed long mode opcode generator to allow absolute addresses to be
    generated with "qword" keyword inside square brackets.


version 1.69.09 (Oct 20, 2009)

[-] Fixed a crash during the symbolic information generation when a "static"
    symbol was encountered.


version 1.69.08 (Oct 04, 2009)

[-] Minor bugfixes.


version 1.69.07 (Oct 03, 2009)

[-] Corrected encoding of "extrq" intruction for some cases.


version 1.69.06 (Sep 29, 2009)

[-] The prefix 67h for "jecxz" and "loopd" instructions in 64-bit mode wasn't
    correctly generated - fixed.

[-] It's no longer possible to define two special segments of the same type
    in ELF executables.


version 1.69.05 (Sep 14, 2009)

[+] Allowed to specify branding value (use 3 for Linux) after the
    "format ELF executable" setting.

[+] Added "intepreter", "dynamic" and "note" keywords for creation of
    special segments in ELF executables.


version 1.69.04 (Sep 7, 2009)

[-] Fixed a bug with REX prefix generation with address of type "rX+rsp".


version 1.69.03 (Aug 03, 2009)

[+] Allowed simplified syntax for "monitor", "mwait", "blendvps", "blendvpd" and
    "pblendvb" instructions.


version 1.69.02 (Jul 04, 2009)

[-] Minor bugfixes.


version 1.69.01 (Jul 01, 2009)

[+] Added "movbe" instruction.

[-] "extractps" no longer generates the double 66h prefix.


version 1.69.00 (Jun 23, 2009)

[+] Extended the syntax of "rept" directive to allow numerical expressions
    to be calculated by preprocessor in its arguments.

[-] The code of assembler (but not data) has been made position-independent, and
    this allowed to use code segmentation in DOS unREAL mode, so the code is
    no longer limited to 64 kilobytes.
    


Additionally:

- Added a calculator to both IDE's

- Bugfix in DOS IDE
Post 20 Dec 2009, 10:22
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revolution
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Versions ending with even number (like 1.68) are considered stable.

Versions ending in odd numbers (like 1.69.xx) are considered unstable. These versions are usually for testing of new features or functions that may disappear or change later.
Post 20 Dec 2009, 11:38
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ouadji



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ouadji
thank you revolution.
I understand now.
Post 20 Dec 2009, 14:55
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Borsuc



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Borsuc
I like the new "rept" feature a lot, used it myself. I'm a macro freak. Razz
Post 20 Dec 2009, 17:17
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