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codex32



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codex32
Hello,

The GUI programs you can create with GTK and fasm, can they be run on KDE (the standard window system of linux) ?
Post 21 Feb 2005, 20:55
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crc



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The GUI programs you can create with GTK and fasm, can they be run on KDE (the standard window system of linux) ?


A) Yes, if you have the GTK libraries installed
B) KDE is a *desktop*, not a *window system*
C) X11R6 is the window system
D) KDE is not *the* standard, other equally good and very popular alternatives exist Wink
Post 22 Feb 2005, 04:10
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Endre



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codex32 wrote:
The GUI programs you can create with GTK and fasm, can they be run on KDE (the standard window system of linux) ?


If you're interested in writing KDE applications in assembly using fasm, then don't forget about C++ name-mangling (how g++ creates a function name from class-name + member-function-name + parameter signature + etc.) . In assembly you will have to use those names when calling to any of KDE functions (but fasm macro ability will help you). Check out programs like e.g. 'nm' or 'c++filt'.
Post 22 Feb 2005, 18:54
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codex32



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crc, thanks for the correction, i'm still a bit new to linux.

Endre, thanks, i will look at these programs.

Anybody can recommend a book or tutorial for GTK programming that can be applied to fasm?
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a side from the official (C) tutorial ( http://www.gtk.org/ under the Documenation section) and bazik's (Sven Blumenstein) examples at http://flatassembler.net/examples.php I'm not sure, iirc I saw a big "translation" of gtk examples to fasm (or was it nasm?), forgot where thou... :/
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