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rxantos



Joined: 19 Jul 2008
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rxantos
What I do not understand why the need of an editor at all?

If a person has *nix installed on their system, chances are they already have a console editor and an X editor of preference. If they don't, is very unlikely they will ever use fasm in the first place.

But if a port is a must. I would suggest to make the curses based first. Why? Because it can be used on both the shell and on X (via xterm). Plus you can access it on a remote ssh session.

And if an portable IDE is necessary, maybe someone can make a view for Eclipse CDT.
Post 08 Jul 2010, 20:03
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DOS386



Joined: 08 Dec 2006
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DOS386
edfed wrote:
there are still fasmD and fasmW official ide for fasm for microsoft based OS. why not


FYI, I already have a FASM IDE working on non-macrosoft based OS Smile BTW, it was you who heavily advertized FASMW on your "microsoft based OS" Windaube 98 in the past Very Happy

P.S.: is your DOS TETRIS dead ??? http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=11576

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Post 06 Sep 2010, 18:23
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vid
Verbosity in development


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vid
Definitivelly GTK, or slightly less good: text mode (ncurses?). Anything else would be mad.
Post 07 Sep 2010, 10:19
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ford



Joined: 21 Jan 2010
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curses would be good. fltk would be good. gtk would be good.

FLTK: fits the FASM lightness
GTK: ubiquitous standard, almost everyone already has it
Curses: makes linux nerds feel "cool"
Post 08 Sep 2010, 14:00
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ManOfSteel



Joined: 02 Feb 2005
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ford wrote:
FLTK: fits the FASM lightness

If we want lightness, then Xlib should be our first choice. Smile
Post 08 Sep 2010, 14:10
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