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JohnFound



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One of my latest industrial projects. The software is written in assembly (FASM of course).

It is an appliance for leak test and nominal gas flow measurement of capillary tubes.


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Post 12 Mar 2014, 15:41
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AsmGuru62



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Nice!
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awesome!!
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JohnFound



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And one older project - tube bending machine. Also fully controlled by assembly language.


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Post 13 Mar 2014, 06:43
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tthsqe



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single precision, double precision, or extended precision? or multi-precision??
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TmX



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So, the web app is done also using assembly? Cool.
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sid123



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Should be a slap on the face to C and C++ fanboys who think assembly can't be awesome. Smile
To .NET, Java, BASIC programmers R.I.P.
Cool! I assume the hardware is x86?
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JohnFound



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@Tmx - Fresh site uses assembly written engine for a long time. The interfaces on the pictures are based on my assembly written web server.

@sid123 - The hardware is x86 of course - mini-ITX motherboard with Intel Atom processor. Linux Mint as an OS.

The worst component of such systems is actually the web browser. Firefox, after several days of work, eats all accessible RAM and needs restart. WebKit is ever worse.


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timryazthunder



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Hey there JohnFound, I approve this masterpiece and you should make a metal melter in English, Czech and Bulgarian. Thanks, I could relax.
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gens



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JohnFound wrote:
@sid123 - The hardware is x86 of course - mini-ITX motherboard with Intel Atom processor. Linux Mint as an OS.

The worst component of such systems is actually the web browser. Firefox, after several days of work, eats all accessible RAM and needs restart. WebKit is ever worse.


slackware or debian are lighter by default
netsurf if you don't need all the latest and greatest

gj bdw
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JohnFound



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@gens, I like Netsurf, but it is impossible to make server-push with it. For responsive UI the server push is essential.

Linux Mint XFCE is easy for install, has all features I need and is very light actually. Notice, I am not Linux/Unix expert, so I am trying to not concentrate on the OS at all.
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sid123



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JohnFound



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@sid123 - I like Linx, but it does not support server-push.
Post 13 Mar 2014, 12:50
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Picnic



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The fact that you use fasm in industrial field is very impressive JohnFound.
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baldr



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JohnFound,

This probably should go into Projects and Ideas section to encourage fellow readers to apply fasm elsewhere.
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JohnFound



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@Picnic - Thanks. These are not all. I have some older projects still working - the oldest is a sheet cutting and bending machine with operator UI implemented in Win32 assembly:

Here is a screenshot:
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It runs maybe for 3..4 years now, without single complain. There are also several asm programs running without UI - collecting statistical data and sending it to the central server.
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JohnFound



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@baldr - "Projects and Ideas" is for open source projects, where the people can participate. Unfortunately these are not. At least not fully.
But I hope, as an example, they can be more or less inspirational for someone.
Post 13 Mar 2014, 20:15
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baldr



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JohnFound,

You've probably misunderstood the whole idea of the aforementioned section (or maybe I did). Anyway, if you want to expand your area of influence, I may provide some l10ns for the product that seems so good, as I saw the very same logos on the CNCs around sometimes.
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JohnFound



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Hm, I missed a little your point. All these projects are not actually my property. I developed them (the electronics and software) as a part of my job and for internal use in the factory where I am working.
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