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edemko



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Quote:

the version of multiline compiler in wink4.2 is the lastest version (fasm_wink_4.2.exe)
Have you tried? have you had a problem with it?

I have tried, still did not mention 2'000 lines' limitation and having got a bug solved it was out of need. Going rev.7. Good luck!
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... lack of editor function Question

more explanation about this, thank you.

the binary is simply the source compiled (Double_click_here.bat)


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Post 08 Apr 2010, 22:07
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shutdownall wrote:

I can open a file, but it is presented like all comment (no syntax highlighting).
When I change size of window (editor) the IDE seems to hang.
I can resize main window but inner window is not following and no more function (compile CTRL-F9 for example).
Maybe old version ?
You put a new version but not as source.
Maybe you corrected something ?
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Sorry - is working now.
Maybe something got wrong yesterday after compiler errors first time.
I think rebooting system could have solved this problem.
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thank you shutdownall Razz
if a problem occurs, tell me.

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Maybe Ouadji must meet Tomasz on the next FasmCon and have some beer with him.
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some beer ... Razz
Yes, I would like it, but it's too far. Confused
good idea edemko Razz


Good night all.
00.40 hrs here,
i'm go to bed,
++ Wink

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Tomasz Grysztar



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ouadji wrote:
everything works perfectly Wink
I wouldn't state that when you have the 2000 line limit. It crashes even on some of the files from fasm's sources (like PREPROCE.INC or X86_64.INC).
Why do you need a separate memory allocation? I thought you'd go for extending the segment header, as those settings were intended to be used this way (check out the AsmEdit core docs again).
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ouadji wrote:
maximum 2000 lines of code with this version.
That is a very restrictive limitation. Some sources can be 10+ times that. I have one source file that is 484079 lines (12MB). How can I trust Wink8 to handle it properly without corrupting it?
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2000 lines ... that is a very restrictive limitation.
the limit of 2000 lines will be resolved soon.
it's a small problem, almost a detail.
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I thought you'd go for extending the segment header ....
it's true! it is also possible to do it that way.
I'll watch this approach more deeply.
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It crashes even on some of the files from fasm's sources
(like PREPROCE.INC or X86_64.INC).
Question
can you give me a specific example where there is a problem.
With the latest versions ... ie with the files included in wink4.2
thank you Tomasz.

PREPROCE.INC or X86_64.INC
yes but they have more than 2000 lines !!!
(this problem will be solved soon)
Did you notice a problem with a file with less than 2000 lines ??

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ouadji wrote:
PREPROCE.INC or X86_64.INC
yes but they have more than 2000 lines !!!

Yes, that's what I meant - I wanted to show on examples that, first, limit of 2000 lines is ridiculously small, and second, that it should at least display an error message instead of crashing. You won't gain trust of users by releasing half-breeded products like that.
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a) limit of 2000 lines is ridiculously small

b) that it should at least display an error message instead of crashing

c) You won't gain trust of users by releasing half-breeded products like that.
a)
I totally agree with you.
it was only to develop the multiline engine core.
This problem was initially unimportant.
It is now time to solve this limit.

b)
there will be no need error message with the next version,
the number of lines will be allowed without limit.

c)
Indeed, you're right !



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FASMW wink 4.3 - unlimited number of lines
Can you try to crash this version.
Your tests and Your Help Is essential for me.
thank you.

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it compiles my lib, but it does not launch it correctlly, it exit directlly.

then, i suppose there is a serious bug.
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For some reason it crashes on this source:
Code:
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yes .... sorry !
I forgot to remove that !
it's not a bug ... "77" ... it's a "code" to trigger a breakpoint
again, sorry ! Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes


FASMW wink 4.4
unlimited number of lines (and without breakpoint Embarassed )
Can you try to crash this version.
the results of your tests are essential for me
thank you.

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still the same.
it compiles fool/shell.asm, but it doesnt launch it correctly, maybe it creates some erroneous code somewhere...


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curious, wink does not change the way FASM/FASMW works.

Question the source please, thank you.

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some little parts are changed, but it is mainly the same source.
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=112735#112735
and will highlight the same problem. Smile
you compile shell.asm one time with fasmw, and one time with your version, and see the difference.
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Here, both results are identical !

SHELL_normal_fasm.COM (fasm 1.69.13)
MD5 = A5400DED0AD054B6AA3104BF560E2EAA
59647bytes

SHELL_wink_4.4.COM
MD5 = A5400DED0AD054B6AA3104BF560E2EAA
59647bytes

Question Question

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