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sleepsleep



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sleepsleep
1. visual basic 7
2. ps4
3. IE 8
4. windows ten 10 ~ 2010

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Post 21 Dec 2006, 15:15
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vid
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i think the world was waiting for FASMLIB. Especially due to massive feedback i recieve Very Happy Wink
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sleepsleep:

Visual Basic 7 already existst.. the .NET thing i think Wink
Post 21 Dec 2006, 16:43
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yes thats the version number for visualbasic .net 2002,2003
Post 21 Dec 2006, 17:39
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Well, I'm waiting for the revolutionary FASM v2.0! Wink

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Post 22 Dec 2006, 11:55
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i know!!!

the world is waiting for USA to rid it from terrorist and make it free place for everyone!
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And I wait, when the world will be ready for x86-64 Cool
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sleepsleep
he he, ya, i know the vb.net , but i think the world is waiting for a vb7 that resemble like vb6 Razz Razz

fasmlib << he he :p

i actually doubt how far asm could go. unless we make 20 lines of code into 1 line. coz in business world, they just want fast & fast & fast solution. if possible they want double click to insert a component, modify the component properties, compile then go Smile

i think we need a visual FASM (like vb) except it generated full nice complete asm source code. hopefully one would did it soon for me.... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Post 22 Dec 2006, 14:27
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I thought the world was waiting for DexOS, but i was wrong Crying or Very sad
I thought the world wanted to be able to use high-res vesa, as easy a mode 13h, but i was wrong Crying or Very sad
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If dev for Dex or MeOS goes up, i'd use one of them. If either of them became popular enough, more people would develop for them... aside from that, i'm waiting for the world to stop using bigger processors, this whole 64 bit thing is annoying, i'll probably still use 32bit when 128 bit processors come out... lol
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I'm waiting for Windows to be completly re-written in assembly using FASM! Laughing Very Happy Laughing Very Happy
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We wish...
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I'm waiting for Windows to be completly re-written in assembly using FASM!

And open source! Smile
Post 23 Dec 2006, 16:45
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That's even more likely.
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DOS386



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Dex4u wrote:

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I thought the world was waiting for DexOS, but i was wrong
I thought the world wanted to be able to use high-res vesa, as easy a mode 13h, but i was wrong


I am not "the world" but I am waiting for those Wink

The awaited big release of DEXOS has NOT yet come as far as I noticed ...

PS: I do not want to discuss obsolete (I hope) bugs here ...

kohlrak wrote:

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aside from that, i'm waiting for the world to stop using bigger processors, this whole 64 bit thing is annoying, i'll probably still use 32bit when 128 bit processors come out...


Agree. I'll remain with 32bit CPU's and DOS. Laughing

About FASM, it already works for me, I am waiting for some minor issues
only like included label list feature, some details in FASMD, and some more
docu and examples ...

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rugxulo



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AMD K8L quad core (not me, I'm in no hurry to upgrade)
UPX 3.00 stable with official LZMA support
NASM 0.98.41 (will supposedly be the next official release number)
DJGPP 2.04 final (if ever)

I doubt anyone is waiting for the PS4 since PS3's lifetime is suggested to be about ten years (plus it's brand new and fairly expensive).
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Matrix



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i'm not waiting Wink
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rugxulo wrote:
AMD K8L quad core (not me, I'm in no hurry to upgrade)
UPX 3.00 stable with official LZMA support
NASM 0.98.41 (will supposedly be the next official release number)
DJGPP 2.04 final (if ever)

I doubt anyone is waiting for the PS4 since PS3's lifetime is suggested to be about ten years (plus it's brand new and fairly expensive).


How long did the PS2 last? I really don't think any console system will last very long.

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Agree. I'll remain with 32bit CPU's and DOS.


Eh, we needed a graphical OS like windows, but we really didn't need it to go the whole way to XP. THe only real advantage to XP was more functions for us to use (AKA more pointless fluff) and a sleeker looking interace (aka more HD space wasted). The "file browsing" feature of windows is something i would find hard to do without... Possible to do without, easy to do without, but a missed feature. You have to admit, it maybe resource hogging, but it is a pretty nice feature. Typing in names is annoying, having to specify special params or use special programs before the file name to get a desired result, also, annoys me. The file browser satisfies my lazyness, and it might make people less shy of meOS or DexOS if they had that implimented, along with a webbrowser. To be honest, that's really the only thing holding me back from those 2 OSes. But thats for another topic, i'm done rambling... for this reply.
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vid wrote:
i know!!!

the world is waiting for USA to rid it from terrorist and make it free place for everyone!


Well I'm not sure what part of the world you a from vid, but in my part of the world everyone is waiting for the USA to self destruct and leave the rest of the world to do as they always have and cease this crusade of dictating democracy Wink Merry Christmas by the way, and thanx for the work you are putting into fasmlib it is appreciated.

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