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sapero



Joined: 07 Jun 2005
Posts: 1
Location: Gliwice
sapero
Hi all!

As a new user of this board I will share the IBasic pro language

Capable of producing fast executables and DLL's. IBasic Professional is the perfect tool for any programming task.

Main Features

Fast 32 bit compiler, assembler, and linker.
Uses standard COFF and LIB format files for maximum compatibility.
Easily upgradeable with add-on command sets.
Integrated editor, source level debugger, and compiler.
Multi module programming supporting unlimited source and include files.
Interfaces seamlessly with Windows™ technologies.
COM support.
Supports Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000 and XP.
Built in GUI/Form designer.
Includes integrated resource compiler.
All tools can be run from the command line as well as the IDE.
Advanced 2D command set (3D and database after purchase)
Inline assembly
...and many more, please read at http://www.pyxia.com

The parser produces raw assembly source code, compilled by the NASM to coff object files (i personally use both languages, in nasm i write custom commands for ibasic using crimson editor as IDE + extra "automated compiller" Smile )
Yes, custom commands! Ibasic pro uses standard static libraries/obj files

IBPro is a new language (~one year ago official released, i've purchased for $99), every month new core update with some new commands, add-ons (the last one: project output->static lib) and very good support on the forum
+No external runtimes are needed to distribute your software

Do not think "it's Basic = it's nothing". I've searched long time for ibpro!
IBPro is better than C, and very easy to learn Cool

also, seeya
Post 07 Jun 2005, 00:44
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Kain



Joined: 26 Oct 2003
Posts: 108
Kain
Are there any plans to implement a raw assembly output in FASM syntax?
Post 07 Jun 2005, 04:12
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f0dder



Joined: 19 Feb 2004
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f0dder
Better than C? That's quite some claim. Last time I saw a claim of that magnitude, it was by a PowerBASIC user - and PowerBASIC has very lousy code generation.
Post 07 Jun 2005, 09:26
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AlphaSND



Joined: 07 Jun 2005
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AlphaSND
Isn't this board to discuss HLL which use FASM as backend (as mentioned on the main forum) ?
Post 07 Jun 2005, 16:44
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Crunch



Joined: 09 Dec 2003
Posts: 10
Crunch
I for one would like this board to focus on any HLL which either already uses FASM as a backend or is contemplating adding FASM and wishes to foster discussion/advice on that transition. Just my opinion. Confused
Post 07 Jun 2005, 17:32
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Embrance



Joined: 14 Mar 2004
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Embrance
IBasic isnt as good as it seems.Simple as that.
Post 14 Jul 2005, 04:26
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MikeHart



Joined: 31 May 2005
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MikeHart
Embrance wrote:
IBasic isnt as good as it seems.Simple as that.


Why?

Edit: Are you talking about IBASIC (Standard) or IBASIC Pro?
Post 14 Jul 2005, 12:43
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AlexP



Joined: 14 Nov 2007
Posts: 561
Location: Out the window. Yes, that one.
AlexP
Smile How could you compare anything better than ASM, or FASM for that matter
Post 12 Apr 2008, 16:39
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rugxulo



Joined: 09 Aug 2005
Posts: 2341
Location: Usono (aka, USA)
rugxulo
BTW, the site is down, only an archived copy from Aug. 20, 2007 is available via the Wayback Machine. So much for that product! :-/
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