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DOS386 20 Feb 2009, 07:20

1. Is there some documentation on FASM IDE internals or history around ?

There is a documentation of assembly editor core, which is used by both the DOS and Win32 IDE version of FASM (and possibly other operating systems in future): First posted in 2006 January Post in "AsmEdit control", [Docs direct download (obsolete, TXT)], later revised with the release of DOS IDE in 2006 December Post in "FASMD - early preview", [Docs direct download (obsolete, TXT)], and further updated in 2014 July to editor version 3.11 beta Thread: "flat editor 3.11", [Docs direct download (ZIP)].

Some history of the FASM editor:

http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=16274 "flat assembler 1.71.17" in Main 2014-Jan

http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=16239 "Loading an exefile only once" in Windows 2014-Jan

2. Alternative versions of FASM DOS IDE

Made by DOS386 (has [F1] support, but currently obsolete, based on IDE from 1.67.29 release).

3. Alternative external IDE's

Links to the external resources.

Wiki "texteditors.org"


Moderators feel free to edit & enhance, non-moderators post inclusion candidates as answer. Last edit 2014-Jul-13 by DOS386

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idle 20 Apr 2017, 07:38
i was not sure where to post fedit dev-demand not to create separate topic

- TG, i would be nice of you to make FASM D/W IDE with fasm and fasmg modes switchable with one mouse click
- i'm not asking for compassion BUT current line slight highlight greatly desired NOT TO RE-FOCUS
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