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Roman



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Windows 10 released. And have Directx 12. Very Happy
Has anyone tried fasm in Windows 10 ?
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FASM works if that's what you're asking. Nothing is broken and all my programs assemble just fine. If you're talking about DX12, I have no idea.
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fasm does not use DX12. The GUI version uses the GDI. The console version uses text.
Post 01 Aug 2015, 05:46
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Roman



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I asking only about Fasm.
I myself screwed fasm and Directx 12.
I do this for Directx 11. And i do this for Directx 12.
Sorry my bad english Smile
Post 01 Aug 2015, 09:37
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fasm does not use DX12. The GUI version uses the GDI. The console version uses text.

I know it. Smile
Post 01 Aug 2015, 09:40
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Roman wrote:
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fasm does not use DX12. The GUI version uses the GDI. The console version uses text.

I know it. Smile
So why did you mention DX12? There is no connection with fasm and DX12.
Post 01 Aug 2015, 10:38
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Roman



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But connection with Directx 12 and Windows 10.
And for this reason i asked.
Because some time(may be) i setup Windows 10 and Fasm Smile
And then programming Directx 12 on Fasm.
Directx 12 only for Windows 10.
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But you can still program for DX12 on Windows 95 or Linux. Although you couldn't test it on those OSes.
Post 01 Aug 2015, 11:45
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Roman



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It's true Sad
But progress does not stop.
I love programming 3d graphic.
And this reason i think move to Directx 12.
Directx 12 API more flexible and faster than Directx 11 API.
Post 01 Aug 2015, 12:11
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Tomasz Grysztar



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I tested it with fasmw on July 29th, when it was released.
I do have one problem with it, though - the WinHelp does not work and I found no official package for Windows 10 like this one. If anyone knows a good method how to get WinHelp to work in Windows 10, please let me know.
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Kevin_Zheng



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Another method is use this utility ( Smart HLP 2 RTF Ver 3.0) to convert the hlp file into RTF file. So we can use word to view the RTF file.

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Use a CHM compiler please. CHMs are awesome.
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