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Evenbit



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Evenbit
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=165727

Version 2.2 of the StdLib is now on SourceForge.

- Improvements: increases OS independance, performance, and design consistency. Accessible from other assemblers and other languages.
- Includes: Automated Test Suite

The intention of this project is to support users of Randall Hyde's HLA (High Level Assembly) language who wish to maintain, extend, or evolve the HLA Standard Library. http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/AsmTools/HLA/index.html

http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/AsmTools/HLA/stdlib2/index.html

Nathan.
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Post 20 Sep 2007, 04:36
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vid
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finally, can't wait to throw some critics at it :]

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Accessible from other assemblers and other languages.

With use of macros required for error handling. I quess these macros aren't provided, so you have to write them yourself to be able to use HlaLib in different assembler. right?
Post 20 Sep 2007, 11:34
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vid
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shit, the "hard to do properly" parts (fileio, stdin) are still not marked "done", so i can't comment on these Sad
Post 20 Sep 2007, 12:04
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Evenbit



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vid wrote:
With use of macros required for error handling. I quess these macros aren't provided, so you have to write them yourself to be able to use HlaLib in different assembler. right?

Well, with an early version of the 1.xx library, he wrote some MASM wrappers (macros and such) and distributed a package for MASM users. I believe attempts at the same were made for NASM, FASM, etc. I believe it is Randy's plan to do a better job this time around with full wrapper support for the popular assemblers.

Nathan.
Post 22 Sep 2007, 04:25
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