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fasm9



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Glad all,

i know this is silly question, but is it interesting?
.NET Platform support various language

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Post 21 Jul 2003, 08:29
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Aquila



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I think it will be much better if privalov will make support for .res and finish guide to internals. I suppose it is impossible for one man to make support for all languages, but if good documentation will be available it is possible (probably) to adapt FASM for other systems and platforms, such as .NET or (f.e.) ARM Smile.
Post 21 Jul 2003, 10:05
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Tomasz Grysztar



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And currently it's more important to implement x86-64 before .NET in fasm in my opinion.
Post 21 Jul 2003, 11:48
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scientica
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Please don't overbloart fasm with .NET!!!!!!!!!!!! Confused Rolling Eyes

I agree with Privalov, x86-64 is much more important then .NET.

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Post 21 Jul 2003, 12:58
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Blag



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Hi:

I'm kinda think, that Privalov is some kind of an ASM Semi-God....but come on.....he's just one.....not an army of programming willing to make everything that we ask for.....just give him a break and let him work in peace........and as Privalov and Scientica sez,

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x86-64 is much more important then .NET.

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Post 21 Jul 2003, 16:04
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fasm9



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;)

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you are right.
Post 21 Jul 2003, 21:14
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Tommy



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I agree! x86-64 is much better and more necessary than .NET... Keep on the good work Privalov! Wink I'm waiting with excitement for each of your releases!!

Take care!
Tommy
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bazik



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I want support for my Sparc64 Very Happy Razz
Post 28 Jul 2003, 13:06
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quiveror



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Quote:
it's more important to implement x86-64 before .NET in fasm

Thanks god, that's what i've been expecting.
I always dream of using fasm to enter long mode from dos Very Happy
Post 28 Jul 2003, 17:06
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Hello, bazik! Nice to see you here. Wink
Perhaps you'd like also Itanium support? Very Happy
Post 28 Jul 2003, 18:05
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bazik



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privalov wrote:
Hello, bazik! Nice to see you here. Wink


Thanks! I finally found some time to register here Smile

privalov wrote:
Perhaps you'd like also Itanium support? Very Happy


Hehe, that would be overkill Razz
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