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madmatt



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Would it be possible to add a total lines of code processed to the output info window?
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and, add a line number to the 'unexepected end of file error" message?
Post 09 Sep 2004, 22:58
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Matrix



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and a byte word dword hexa display on the status bar at actual position
and a mouse middle button pushing scroll like in totalcmd
and a menu/options definable left line number
it is an interesting feature that '<' works and '>' deletes the line ( on my hungarian keyboard )
and also a menu/option selectable open in new window/open in same window feature

but it is very good the way it is now Smile
because its main purpose -looks like- is working very well.
Assembler, with editor many features

MATRIX
Post 09 Sep 2004, 23:31
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i weren't joking but why do you need that total lines processed?
i think its the binary file size that might interest you, not processed lines in your source.

MATRIX
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madmatt wrote:
add a line number to the "unexepected end of file error" message?

The problem here is that when Fasm recognizes the "unexepected end of file error" it is often too far from where the problem really is. An algorithm to obtain a line number could heavy a lot the assembler and still fails sometimes.
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pelaillo wrote:
madmatt wrote:
add a line number to the "unexepected end of file error" message?

The problem here is that when Fasm recognizes the "unexepected end of file error" it is often too far from where the problem really is. An algorithm to obtain a line number could heavy a lot the assembler and still fails sometimes.


here's another payment event for Privalov Smile
extra features for registered users, who bought the product Smile

like finding the line where the
"unexepected end of file error"
error has occoured :DDD

MATRIX
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Quote:
Would it be possible to add a total lines of code processed to the output info window?


This feature could be found in fresh...
Post 10 Sep 2004, 07:42
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madmatt



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MATRIX - No special reason, it would be nice to see how your project is growing this way. That reminds me, that I SHOULD PAY for this piece of software, I think I'll start putting back for it

pelaillo - let me rephrase that, not a line number, but 'what' specifically caused the 'unexpected end of file error' error message
Post 10 Sep 2004, 08:44
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thought up another one for the fasm windows editor, probably the best one yet
BOOKMARKS, or more to the point, CODEMARKS
where you would be able to label various places in you code and go instantly to those locations, also, you could save your current location in your code, so you could get back instantly as well, without the hunting and searching to find this and that, and then to try and find where you left off. This would especially be useful for large projects.
Any comments?
Post 10 Sep 2004, 11:33
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madmatt wrote:
thought up another one for the fasm windows editor, probably the best one yet
BOOKMARKS, or more to the point, CODEMARKS
where you would be able to label various places in you code and go instantly to those locations, also, you could save your current location in your code, so you could get back instantly as well, without the hunting and searching to find this and that, and then to try and find where you left off. This would especially be useful for large projects.
Any comments?


A hex editor is ok for me Smile

but that nice editor in FASM is a rest for me Cool

MATRIX
Post 10 Sep 2004, 11:50
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madmatt wrote:
pelaillo - let me rephrase that, not a line number, but 'what' specifically caused the 'unexpected end of file error' error message

Yes, it would be nice and it could be implemented easier.

Regarding the editor, have you give a try to RadAsm?
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Yes, I have RadAsm, but haven't much time to play with it yet, when I did use it, couldn't get anything to compile. However, it has very nice visual dialog creater, and a not so nice menu editor. The Fresh environment looks very good too, but again, done even less playing than with RadAsm. Hopefully, will have a whole day where I can just completely use them and set them up properly.
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