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EasyCode



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EasyCode
Hello,

This is nice CD player programmed with FASM and Easy Code 2. Download it at:

http://easycode.cat/English/Download/ECPlayer.zip

Get the Easy Code 2.0 IDE at:

http://www.easycode.cat/English/Download.htm

Enjoy it!
Post 16 Nov 2015, 22:09
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jiangfasm



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jiangfasm
I really like your IDE.
Post 27 Nov 2015, 04:20
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EasyCode



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EasyCode
jiangfasm,

Thank you very much!
Post 27 Nov 2015, 17:21
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rbprsp



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rbprsp
Can you explain why PE checksum is zeroed and program doing manual import? What is the reason?
Post 28 Nov 2015, 00:34
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EasyCode



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EasyCode
rbprsp,

Sorry, but I do not understand your question.
Post 28 Nov 2015, 13:43
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jiangfasm



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jiangfasm
The Unicode support is not very good, new projects, use Unicode could not compile!
Post 01 Dec 2015, 09:46
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EasyCode



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jiangfasm,

The Unicode support works perfectly well if you build the project from the IDE. Files are saved as Unicode text, but they are converted to ANSI when sent to the compiler. Go to the "Tools-->Settings" menu, click the "Configurations" tab, and make sure your Fasm configurations are set to ANSI (in the "Text Enconding" combo box).
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jiangfasm



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jiangfasm
EasyCode
I chose is UTF8,but
Quote:

flat assembler version 1.71.48 (1048576 kilobytes memory)
eee [1]:
锘縡ormat MS COFF
error: illegal instruction.

Errors ocurred.


If I want to use win32wx.Inc what should I do?
Post 02 Dec 2015, 13:17
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jiangfasm



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jiangfasm
EasyCode best you can add custom templates or blank templates.
Post 02 Dec 2015, 13:32
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EasyCode



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EasyCode
You cannot choose UTF8 because "Fasm.exe" does not support it. You should choose ANSI.
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
EasyCode wrote:
You cannot choose UTF8 because "Fasm.exe" does not support it.
fasm can work with UTF8 encoded files without issue. It sees labels and strings etc. as sequences of bytes so the user needs to be aware that strings lengths will be in bytes, not characters.
Post 02 Dec 2015, 21:32
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EasyCode



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If I try to compile an UTF8 file (with B.O.M.):

fasm file.asm

It fires the following error:

file.asm [1]:
ยด++format PE64 native 5.02 at 10000H
error: illegal instruction.
Post 02 Dec 2015, 22:08
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
UTF8 doesn't need, and shouldn't have, a BOM. Only UTF16 should have BOMs. But if you somehow can't stop placing BOMs then you can fudge it by making it a label.
Code:
BOM: ;<--- make it a label
...    
Post 02 Dec 2015, 22:13
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EasyCode



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OK, you are right. I will make UTF8 files to be saved with no BOM for next versions of Easy Code. Thanks.
Post 02 Dec 2015, 23:58
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EasyCode



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A nes version of Easy Code has just been released. You can download it at:

http://www.easycode.cat/English/Download.htm

It now supports UTF-8 without B.O.M.
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jiangfasm



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jiangfasm
cool!compile pass!!

ttt.exe - 没有错误
5120 bytes

Suggestion, add highlighting matching, and empty project (let the user custom include).
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