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ramirez



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When I saw all include-files and all sources of flat assembler I thougth that it was the hardest work to prepare it! It was great! Tomas, you are not alone on your way!!!
Post 19 Nov 2004, 18:24
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pelaillo
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Yes, I raised the same conclusion when I saw the fasm sources. The maximum virtue I find is the ability to do in a simple way the things the rest of the world have done so complicated...
Post 19 Nov 2004, 20:45
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Mac2004



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I must agree with Ramirez and Pelaillo. Tomas has been able to get the point in writing Fasm. Excellent job!!! Smile

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Post 28 Dec 2004, 16:00
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bubach



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thats why i wonder how he could drop the dev of his os... even if he lost his sources. Wink
Post 28 Dec 2004, 16:05
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MCD



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That's also my opinion, great work! To be honest, I once also tried to write my own assembler with TASM, but I stopped it at single line assembling stage, no macros, no constants Wink, because I had more important things to do and to few time... AND, I must say that coding under TASM was a pain... Evil or Very Mad . I had a version which didn't wasn't able to code "pop ds", so I had to use some DB directive Crying or Very sad

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Post 28 Dec 2004, 18:17
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at0mic



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I agree with all of you, the work is impressive and the effect thermonuclear.
This it something like chain reaction,so many people start to code asm with FASM.

Tomek, I very, very thank you!
Thx not only for free tool but for support and big attention.

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Post 25 Mar 2005, 15:54
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Pharabee



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T gryztar is the best. No one can beat him. He can do OS programming from the boot loader into the hardware and even the graphics. Great job mister thomas. By the way what is your current job? How you can still live if all of this great software are gived by free? Trading oil or maybe you are a teacher?

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Post 26 Mar 2005, 09:59
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MCD



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Well, there are lots of smaller, more or less critical bugs in Fasm, but these kind of bugs are usually easy to fix. It's more the whole, concept and arrangement which are good.
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vbVeryBeginner



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this statement is 100% correct !:
and i just realized it today
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proveren



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Well, obviously such a thread would make Privalov blush. Embarassed
So, in order to bring more confidence to him I will say that I am the best coder in the world. Shocked
I haven't coded anything useful yet, but I got potential. POTENTIAL, MAN! Twisted Evil
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RedGhost



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proveren wrote:
Well, obviously such a thread would make Privalov blush. Embarassed
So, in order to bring more confidence to him I will say that I am the best coder in the world. Shocked
I haven't coded anything useful yet, but I got potential. POTENTIAL, MAN! Twisted Evil


i wish a had thread where peoples ranted about how amazing a coder i was Mad

fasm is better than nasm, masm, and tasm imo so i tend to agree with you all
Post 29 Aug 2005, 06:25
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vid
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Post 29 Aug 2005, 09:39
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vbVeryBeginner



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ya ya ... Very Happy
when he programs a 64 assembler without any access to 64 pc, then i make him my number 2. number is tomasz
Post 29 Aug 2005, 10:20
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vbVeryBeginner wrote:
ya ya ... Very Happy
when he programs a 64 assembler without any access to 64 pc, then i make him my number 2. number is tomasz


was the new fasm64 stuff programmed without access to a 64bit processor Shocked ??
Post 29 Aug 2005, 11:33
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vbVeryBeginner



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Quote:

was the new fasm64 stuff programmed without access to a 64bit processor ??


ya, this is the reason why he is my number 1 Smile
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vbVeryBeginner wrote:
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was the new fasm64 stuff programmed without access to a 64bit processor ??


ya, this is the reason why he is my number 1 Smile



i say holy crap sir Arrow Shocked
that is very impressive
Post 29 Aug 2005, 11:47
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comrade



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comrade
Bogdan is #2 coder in hte world
Post 29 Aug 2005, 12:17
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vbVeryBeginner



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lol Very Happy
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