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it's just a little wink friendly to "revolution" Wink
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So can you post a set of patches for fasmw
that will make it show commented blocks in alternate colours ?

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Photoshop?
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no, no, not photoshop ... Wink Razz

this is real, no faking

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revolution wrote:
Toto, I don't think we are in Kansas anymore.

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This cannot be obtained so simply, with such patching you're going to land in serious problems when you do some scrolling.
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No problems with scrolling down, perfect result.
Only little problem with scrolling up.
The first comment, which appears (to come out ??) above the screen,
becomes "lowlight" only if its start_symbol is visible.
For other comments in the screen, no problem with scrolling up or down.

I should be able to solve this little problem remaining.
No other problems.

I'd be very surprised that a scrolling at the screen matches also a scrolling in memory.
Maybe, in this case, save the addresses of all beginnings of comments.
It would then be able to display the first comment above screen with lowlight,
even if its start symbol is "not yet" visible.

(Sorry for my english, it's not easy)

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Wink

FASMW (multiline/block comment - highlight /lowlight) + test.asm

scrolling up and down ok


Nested comments are not working with "Highlight-Lowlight" (IDE)
... only "simple" comments (/* text */)
But nested comments are ok with compiler.

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ouadji wrote:
Wink

FASMW (multiline/block comment - highlight /lowlight) + test.asm

scrolling up and down ok


Nested comments are not working with "Highlight-Lowlight" (IDE)
... only "simple" comments (/* text */)
But nested comments are ok with compiler.




That's nice.

But if you place a "/*" somewhere and then delete it, all the lines it changed to gray stay gray until you modify that line.

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yes Razz ... I must update my address list in memory.
I forgot to think about it .. I'll fix this.
it's not a big problem
thank you very much


but now I have to feed my dog, Zazou! Very Happy

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Razz

I think it's much better like this.
What do you think ?


if you remove a "*/"(end symbol) ... !!! ---> he seeks the next "*/" !
Add a "/*" (start) in the middle of a comment changes nothing !.
Because, once he found a "/*", it seeks only a "*/" (end)

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Scrolling down with mouse wheel or arrows is still broken with this one.


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the scrolling is perfect with the "bar" to the right of the screen ...
but I notice that there are some scrolling problems with the mouse wheel.
I look at it

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Try also making some large source with large multi-line comments, start at beginning of the file, press Ctrl+PgDn (it goes to the end of file) and then slowly scroll up. Smile
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yes .. problem with mouse wheel

the scrolling, in the code, comes from differents locations
with the "bar", it's ok, but with arrows and mouse wheel,
there is a problem.
i will fix this

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Try also making some large source with large multi-line comments, start at beginning of the file, press Ctrl+PgDn (it goes to the end of file) and then slowly scroll up

ok Tomasz, thank you.

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Wink 3 Wink

a single constraint:

This engine built a mapping of comments in memory.
It does that through the screen. In normal use (sequential use, usual use) there are no problems.
But if you add big chunks of text with copy/paste, in this case,
there are (maybe) new comments that have never been displayed at the screen.
In this case, the engine still does not know that these new Comments exist.
We must let it know... this by a single and fast scrolling of the file, only once.
Display the part of the file that was never displayed.
After copy/paste, a single scrolling up, and it's ok.

---> By this way, the engine becomes aware of new comments


I have a problem with the lines with more than 240 character, 0F0h (... [241--> ...)
in fact, line with more than 240 characters + scrolling of several pages ... = sometimes, acces violation.
With lines with under 241 characters, never any Problem.
(I'm seeking the cause of this problem, probably something stupid as usual!)

you can try without any fear,
below 240 characters there is never any problems

with this version, max 2048 lines of code.
2048 ... it is the size of a array..
I think, in the future, i will use dynamic allocation.

(wink_4 in progress)
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240x2048 ought to be enough for everyone!
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hello Tomasz,
I just saw that lines are doubly linked ! Shocked
and more importantly .. the information is inside lines themselves !
I thought so, but I thought it was managed with a external array.
it becomes very very interesting !
The "copy/paste-block" and insertions were asking me a big worry.
But if lines are doubly linked .... with available data Razz Razz
I feel that I will still have fun here ! Wink

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You may find this document useful:
AsmEdit core documentation.
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thank you very much Tomasz Smile

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