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mindcooler



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Is there a recommended editor for GNU/Linux that uses the same "soft space" mechanism as fasmw does?

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Post 21 Dec 2011, 00:19
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You can use fasmw through wine.
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I was hoping there were something native X-). Is soft-spacing something unique to the Windows platform? Razz
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[ad]The upcoming Fresh 3.0 will be native X.[/ad] Very Happy
Although I am not sure what you mean by "soft space".
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Kind of hard to explain, but you can write stuff anywhere and the spaces are inserted when you save the file; you don't have to insert spaces manually. This also makes indentation smoother.
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JohnFound wrote:
You can use fasmw through wine.


Works well, except that you can't launch the binaries from the IDE :S

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Hm, I am not very sure, is it possible to start Linux application from Windows application running in Wine?
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JohnFound wrote:
Hm, I am not very sure, is it possible to start Linux application from Windows application running in Wine?


Yes. For example, you can run wine cmd, then go to z:\bin\, and run bash
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JohnFound wrote:
[ad]The upcoming Fresh 3.0 will be native X.[/ad] Very Happy
Although I am not sure what you mean by "soft space".


If it wasn't native then what was it running on?

Don't tell me .NET ? because I'll......
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I've been trying several editors and IDEs for X, but none of them behave as fasmw. For instance, [tab] does not indent, but inserts tabs.
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typedef wrote:
If it wasn't native then what was it running on?
Don't tell me .NET ? because I'll......


Until now Fresh (1.x and 2.x) is Win32 application written with Fresh in FASM assembly language. The upcoming Fresh 3.x is based on FreshLib and thus will be portable at least to Win32 and Linux.
So, the Linux version will be native X application and Win32 version will be native Windows application.
FreshLib for Linux does not use any GUI toolkit, but XLib.
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