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Tomasz Grysztar
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Tomasz Grysztar
I made the new release available early - please check it out. If everything seems to be OK, I will post the info on the Freshmeat etc. This is the final release with x86-64 support, so I think it deserves a good promotion. If you know of any place that would need to have the information about fasm updated, and you can motivate such update in any way, I suggest that now it's a good moment.

And for the first time the PDF manual in Windows release contains additional chapter officially documenting the Win32 includes. The manual has been also revised and extended in many other places, mainly section 2.2. All the documentation is also available online.


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Post 07 Aug 2005, 21:54
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vid
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great work, time to revise my tuts again. or at least preprocessor guide for sure Smile
Post 07 Aug 2005, 23:57
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programmersheaven.com is good site, and has newsletter with many subsvribers
Post 08 Aug 2005, 00:26
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vid
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and google for phrases like "Free Assembler" "Free Assembly compiler" etc. and check first few links.
Also we could post some promotion to assembly forums so more people migrate to FASM.
And don't forget to mention extremely powerful macrosyntax everywhere Smile really i don't know about language with stronger macrosyntax....
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madmatt



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Very good work!, Glad you are also making the windows macro tutorial as well! Cool One little question, where do we go from here Question Maybe a Mac OS-X version, now that they are using Intel for everything Surprised Wink Just curious. Wink
Post 08 Aug 2005, 16:33
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Tomasz Grysztar
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I think we should concentrate now on making some tutorials, example programs etc.

I don't know enough about Mac x86 yet - does anyone known what object/executable formats would they use?
Post 08 Aug 2005, 16:43
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ELF perhaps
Post 08 Aug 2005, 20:51
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I think it maybe is too soon to think about Max OS X? They haven't even ported to x86 yet, so it may be a bit early until there is actually a Mac x86 OS...
Post 08 Aug 2005, 22:13
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Thomasz: Yes I agree, Just wanted to start the thinking processes going about this "New" Cool OS" Very Happy

THEWizardGenius:
Not too early to start digging for information. Wink I've read that about fall 2006 they will begin shipping the intel versions of Mac OS-X. I'll have to verify this, but I think they have a beta version already made. Razz
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THEWizardGenius: there is a version of OS X for Intel CPU's already... the port has been under development for a long time (indeed, ever since the Rhapsody DR releases, prior to Apple's development of the Aqua interface). The Apple-branded hardware for x86 isn't out yet, but the OS exists Smile

Tomasz: I think they use Mach-O, just like on the PowerPC version of OS X. I'll see if I can find out for sure...
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Wow, didn't realize that.
Post 09 Aug 2005, 02:10
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great work, each release of fasm is like a treat for me Cool
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Excellent. I'm only frightened that developpment on Fasm is going so fast in recent months. Maybe too fast, to expensively test all features. Confused
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Tomasz Grysztar
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It was similarly fast with many "milestone" versions earlier (BTW, did I forget to mention I have released fasm 1.64 exactly five years after the 1.04 release, which was the first PE/Win32 supporting version? The 1.04 was released on 8th August 2000), sometimes with much more changes during a few months - and the new features added recently don't involve really much of new code, internally they are just adaptation of the existing features for more applications.
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Quote:

BTW, did I forget to mention I have released fasm 1.64 exactly five years after the 1.04 release, which was the first PE/Win32 supporting version?

Cool - congratulations on all the work you've done Smile
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whoooooppeeeeee
Congrats Very Happy
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Madis731



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Are you thinking about adding "redo" function to IDE, a lot of help sometimes when you have to choose the best step from 100 undo history changes - go back and forth.

And of course, thank you!

EDIT: I'm the kind of a guy who doesn't use mouse very much (thank you Mozilla) and thought that there could be a key shortcut for closing a tab.

EDIT2: The Ctrl+TAB shortcut should make selected code align to code found some lines before it or Ctrl+SPACE to adjust it by one column.
Ctrl+Shift+TAB|SPACE should bring them closer to the < edge of the screen.


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FASM is just getting better and better... what's next on the list?
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vid
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hey, check question 4 here: http://www.tortall.net/projects/yasm/wiki/Faq
I believe, it's time to edit, unfortunately i don't know this wiki thing... stupid new ideas, .TXT was better Smile))

another thing: i've read win32 includes docs, and i miss something to call COM interface indirectly, like one pointet by EDI or something like that. Is it there?
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Kortex



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I think ELF needs some improvements so we can handcraft
some linux small progams
i think elf sections need some brushing in its attributes
thank you
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