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edfed



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ok, autant pour moi, i've tested with fasmw 1.69.13, and it seems that it comes from this fasm version.

i compile with 1.68, that's the reason i don't use 1.69.xx, because it bugs.

Smile

delete your attachment, it will use too much of your user attachment limit.

try to "wink" fasmw 1.68 version.
Post 10 Apr 2010, 20:28
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ouadji



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Quote:

1.69.xx, because it bugs ...
Shocked
curious ...
are you sure ?
I've never had problems with version 1.69.xx.

quels genres de problèmes ? je n'ai jamais rien remarqué ici.
pourtant, j'ai une source de plus de 3000 lignes, aucun soucis, nickel !
curieux ça que tu aies des problèmes de ton côté avec la ver 1.69.xx (??)
Winker la version 1.68 ? oui, aucun problèmes ...
mais l'idée est de rester "au top" de la dernière version quoi !
Ceci dit, je pense que la version 1.68 va disparaitre,
la version 1.69 va prendre sa place ... j'ai lu ça sur le forum.


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Post 10 Apr 2010, 20:33
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the last fasm version is not the best one.
1.69.XX means it is in development, and still full of uncorrected bugs, as a proof, it doesn't compile my 13000 lines source.

that's why i use 1.68_, and think i will use it a very long time.

some features added in 1.69 does not correspond to the use i have of fasm, like Masm syntax support, or else...

la version 1.68 peut disparaitre, je m'en fiche, j'ai la source sauvegardée et elle disparaitra pas de chez moi pour sur. puis les versions ne disparaissent pas vraiment, il y a un coin du reseau qui les contient toutes.
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ouadji



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ouadji

Can you try to crash this version.
the results of your tests are essential for me
thank you.

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edemko



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I've tried it over 500'003 lines and it WORKS.
Leaving rev.8 :)


Description: it is 33MB unpacked !
Download
Filename: 500003 lines.rar
Filesize: 15.86 KB
Downloaded: 158 Time(s)

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ouadji & edfed, please don't use French. This language c'est de la murder. And there are people who don't understand this at all.
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no, it is not shit (MERDE) language, please, be correct. Evil or Very Mad , most words in english are pure derivations from french, and we don't say anything when you use cyrillic langauges.
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edfed wrote:
no, it is not shit language
I completely agree with you. Yeah, really - if I didn't write that word, I didn't mean it. I meant "murder".

edfed wrote:
and we don't say anything when you use cyrillic langauges.
I don't use Cyrillic languages, simply because I don't know any. Or did you mean something else by writing "you" (why 'you' must be so ambiguous? Are there any other languages, in which singular 'you' and plural 'you' are the same?)? Don't generalise then.

Okay, maybe that was bit too harsh. I can't stop you (or anyone else, for that matter) from using French (or any other language), but if you decide to do so, then please provide English translation too, when feasible. Without that, it's sometimes very hard to understand what was written.

Of course, I'm by no means perfect - I wrote several post in other languages (they were German, Polish and Irish, if I recall correctly) and I didn't translate them to English.
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When all else fails, read the source


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relax ... Wink
French, Russian, Polish, German ... it does not matter !
the asm language is universal !
here is the most important ... Razz

which will be the first to find a bug in the use of wink4.4 ?
nobody ? wink4.4 is perfect ?

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Update(or source) for 1.69.14?
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update for 1.69.14 ---> wink 4.5
(.exe + sources)

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hello, eh, i like talking, smiling, i'm smiling now, fool
Smile this one resembles Tomasz here:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4493580573398769744#
ie. association mechanism, this is serious
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ouadji: Thank you. I've been wondering how you did it. It frustrated me for weeks, until I gave up.

edemko wrote:

hello, eh, i like talking, smiling, i'm smiling now, fool
Smile this one resembles Tomasz here:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4493580573398769744#
ie. association mechanism, this is serious

Sounds like you've been trying K2(still legal in US)?
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Quote:

Tyler:
I've been wondering how you did it. It frustrated me for weeks, until I gave up
One of the secrets is : "Full_Scan:" (in Xw_core.INC) Smile

"ResultFlag:" and dword : "bingo", "my_gate" and "bypass" ...
are very important too !

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edemko
hello, eh, i like talking, smiling, i'm smiling now, fool
i was meeting ouadji

Smile this one resembles Tomasz here: ...
remembered Tomasz who avoids that functionality and remembered that video which told me no way think abusing him

ie. association mechanism, this is serious
those were my thoughts aloud as any remarks in this topic now are misplaced

btw my old nickname was got in a state of a drunk man, ie. soul state, i'm a neither smoking, drinking, club-coming man, ok enough
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nothing to do with my wink 4.5 Confused

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fasm/fasmw (wink 5.0 beta)
multiline/block comment "/*x*/" (with highlight/lowlight syntax for fasmw)

+

it displays the number of bytes out of range for :
"j(e)cxz", all "loop(d)"(e,ne...), and all "jcc" forced short.

Code:
the number of bytes out of range
---------------------------------
X86_64.INC
----------
jump_out_of_range:
       bts     [my_gate],4             ;++
 jc      @F                      ;
   mov     [out_of_range],eax      ;

@@:        cmp     [error_line],0
      jne     instruction_assembled
       mov     eax,[current_line]
  mov     [error_line],eax
    mov     [error],relative_jump_out_of_range
  jmp     instruction_assembled
;=============================================
ERRORS.INC
----------
relative_jump_out_of_range:
      call    Compute_and_Display     ;++
 push    _relative_jump_out_of_range
 jmp     assembler_error
;=============================================
MESSAGES.INC
------------
_relative_jump_out_of_range db 'relative jump out of range ';,0
first_after db 12 dup ?       ;++
;=============================================
out_of_range dd 0
my_gate dd 0
div__ db 1,10,100

Compute_and_Display: ;included inside X86_64.INC

             btr     [my_gate],4
         jnc     .nothing

                push    eax ecx edi

             mov     eax,[out_of_range]
          or      eax,eax
             jns     @F
          not     eax
@@:          sub     eax,7Fh

         push    eax
         cmp     eax,1000
            mov     eax,">999"
             jnc     .excess

         mov     ecx,3
               mov     eax,[esp]
.next_:                div     [div__-1+ecx]
               add     al,30h
              ror     eax,8
               loop    .next_          
            mov     al," "

.excess:    mov     edi,first_after
             stosd
               mov     eax," byt"
                stosd
               mov     eax,'e'
           pop     ecx
         dec     ecx
         jz      @F
          mov     ah,'s'
@@:             stosd
                       
            pop     edi ecx eax
.nothing:    retd
    

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edemko



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\fasmw\TOOLS\LISTING.INC
compiles ok, highlights nok


Description:
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Viewed: 3934 Time(s)

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edemko



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edemko
informal code, why not
TG, TG, TG...
somewhere behind the reality or thinking in complex
TG, TG, TG...
Code:
...
        ret      16
;------------------
        dd 4
.trims: db 9/*TAB*/,10/*LF*/,13/*CR*/,32/*SPACE*/
;------------------
endp
...
    
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