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madmatt



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Is Tomasz still making improvments/updates to the flat assembler, or is this project now considered abandonware Confused Sad
I noticed more and more problems loading this website -> SLOW and SLOWER.
Post 29 May 2007, 21:41
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Enko



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The site works fine for me. :S
Post 29 May 2007, 22:23
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HyperVista



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I don't think the speed with which this website loads is an indication of what work Tomasz is doing or not on fasm. The two are pretty disconnected in terms of fasm improvements, updates, etc. This web site is hosted far away from Tomasz and issues relating to how quickly the site loads into your browser are not connected with Tomasz's committment to fasm.

As you may know, Tomasz is a PhD mathematics candidate and this is a very busy time of the year for all college students/professors.
Post 29 May 2007, 23:10
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madmatt



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I don't think the speed with which this website loads is an indication of what work Tomasz is doing or not on fasm.

Didn't mean to imply that both were related. They are not.

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As you may know, Tomasz is a PhD mathematics candidate and this is a very busy time of the year for all college students/professors.

I did not know that Thomasz was still in college. Nor did I know that he was studying mathematics, is he graduating this year? That would make perfect sense on why things are a little slow in the update/mods. Just wanted an update on what the situation was.
Post 30 May 2007, 05:54
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YONG



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Post 30 May 2007, 12:36
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Tomasz Grysztar
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It is not abandoned, though it is suspended a bit - I had a really lot of other work recently. I do however have some plans for a new release, probably not later than in beginning of July.
Post 30 May 2007, 15:13
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vid
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don't forget about COFF symbols Wink
at least add that flag for "public" directive so HyperVista can use FASM without hexediting objects.

When you add it, i plan to write article on SAFESEH in FASM
Post 30 May 2007, 15:44
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Madis731



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What is SAFESEX..ooops I mean SAFESEH mean? (I know that safehex was something to do with debugging)
Post 30 May 2007, 18:35
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vid
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Post 30 May 2007, 18:42
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HyperVista



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Hi Madis!! Good to see you fairly active on the board again. School work done for the year?

I don't have time to fully explain SAFESEH now (running out the door), but simply put, it's an obsticle MS put on use to ensure safe exception handling tables. They insist on MASM and the MS assembly compilers, but vid found a hex edit fix that allows me to use fasm. I'm using fasm in a windows device driver (something the MS guys said couldn't be done).

Here's a link that explains it in better detail.

Cheers!


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Post 30 May 2007, 18:44
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Madis731



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Sorry for OT:

Hmm, okay, while being away I missed the post and all the progress you've been through - THAT's why you need COFF symbols on FASM Smile

Hope Thomasz will have time to work on FASM. I know the busy time of May. I had 3 exams in a row but the next one (also last) one will be 7th of June and from then on I'll help you on this board more than I used to.
Post 30 May 2007, 18:56
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vid
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Madis: hey, it's your 3FFth posth
Post 30 May 2007, 19:15
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madmatt



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Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
It is not abandoned, though it is suspended a bit - I had a really lot of other work recently. I do however have some plans for a new release, probably not later than in beginning of July.


Thanks! Very Happy , Glad to see its still going to be updated Cool . I assume your at that stage in your life where a lot of other things will take priority, that's understandable, I wasn't complaining or anything, just wanted an update either way.
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rugxulo



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It will take more than a few weeks for FASM to be declared dead. I mean, even NASM is being updated (seriously!). Wink And YASM 0.6.1 was just released. (And Octasm on OctaOS, etc.)
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I'm so glad to hear fasm isn't dead.
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