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r22



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r22
FASM needs to be ported to JavaScript.
* A FASM.htm file that will run locally or hosted on a web site (no server-side component).
* HTML5 GUI with file reader/writer support for open, save and compile
* A hex display so you can see the compiled bytes side by side with the source code in a procedure
* An artificial intelligence that can decipher FASM macro language and convert it to layman's JavaScript (this may require a server-side component, possibly a super computer/cloud back-end)

What was this thread for?
Post 03 Jul 2012, 18:46
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Enko



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HTML5 GUI with file reader/writer support for open, save and compile

So when windows 8 is released we can put it on the Metro start screen... xD
Post 03 Jul 2012, 21:11
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revolution
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r22 wrote:
FASM needs to be ported to JavaScript.
* A FASM.htm file that will run locally or hosted on a web site (no server-side component).
* HTML5 GUI with file reader/writer support for open, save and compile
* A hex display so you can see the compiled bytes side by side with the source code in a procedure
* An artificial intelligence that can decipher FASM macro language and convert it to layman's JavaScript (this may require a server-side component, possibly a super computer/cloud back-end)
Oh jeez, kill me now. In such a world with JS running everything I don't want to live anymore. Crying or Very sad
Post 04 Jul 2012, 01:23
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