Hi Odyssey

Seem like you need to open a project to make it work.
Just opening a hla file is not enough.

I will find out why.

KetilO
Posted on 2003-03-26 08:07:58 by KetilO
I tried opening a project and it worked :) Great work ketilio. What I did before was run radasm.exe and select a project for the project browser.
Posted on 2003-03-26 08:19:08 by Odyssey
I've attached a new hla.ini file I've created.
it contains a couple of things I've been playing with and
there are some things the average person might want to
yank out and add to their hla.ini.

1) I've added more 80x86 mnemonics (Ketil, you might want to
copy these to the other .ini files too)

2) I've reorganized the reserved words into more reasonable
categories and I've sorted them.

I've also been working on getting a multi-file project scheme to
work via make/nmake/whatever-make and HLA. Not quite there
yet, but I'm getting close.

I also discovered yet another command line bug in HLA (v1.45).
The -e:name option doesn't seem to be working right. I'll have
a fix for that tomorrow evening.

While I'm working on the multi-file project, I guess I should ask
if my assumption is correct that RadASM currently handles only one
ASM file at a time, that is, it doesn't handle multiple ASM files and
assembles and links them together - is this correct? Or am I missing
something?
Cheers,
Randy Hyde
P.S. Someday I'll figure out how the plug-ins work and do a couple
of those; at the very least, I'll probably translate some of the MASM
plug-ins to HLA syntax so HLA users can see how to write these things.
Posted on 2003-03-28 01:54:13 by rhyde
Hi Randy

If you add a file as a module to the project, then RadASM can build these modules one by one. The expected output is obj files.
These obj files can then be linked with the main obj file.

Don't know if this is of any help to hla.

KetilO
Posted on 2003-03-28 07:47:46 by KetilO
Hi all

New upload at the top of this thread.

Whats new:

- Fixed a few bugs.
- Added support for source code breakpoints. See the included dialog project.

KetilO
Posted on 2003-03-28 07:50:10 by KetilO
I downloaded the RadAsm update at your website. I am glad the api tooltip is now supported in HLA. Next step from win32 api, the HLA standard library.
Posted on 2003-03-28 19:46:27 by Odyssey
Hi all

New upload at the top of this thread.

Whats new:
- Several bug fixes.

KetilO
Posted on 2003-03-30 06:23:56 by KetilO
I have the lastest version of RadAsm from your website, does that have the bug fixes?
Posted on 2003-03-30 06:32:10 by Odyssey
Hi Odyssey

Yes if you downloaded in less than an hour ago.

KetilO
Posted on 2003-03-30 06:38:06 by KetilO
I downloaded it yesterday. I'll go grab it now. Does it make any changes to hla.ini ? I don't want to overwrite it.
Posted on 2003-03-30 06:44:53 by Odyssey
Hi KetilO

Month or so I've been using RadHLA. And I like it, however, if I undestand it right it is a demo version
provided just for testing support for HLA rather than fullfledged standalone IDE. So I downloaded full version of RadASM (2.0.0.8) and found some differences.

1.Is it possible to add HLA files( *.hla;*.hhf) to File>Open dialog box filter, like in RadHLA?

2.HLA files, when opened directly (by clicking a file icon) or thru File>Open dialog displayed like a plain text files - without syntax highlighting. Only while opened within a project they appears in color.

Thank you for your really good job.

Regards GJ
Posted on 2003-04-29 23:13:35 by Green Joe
Hi Green Joe,

1. for your files I can answer that. RadASM will use the file types for the first assembler in it's list as the default.

In RadASM.ini you can change the sequence as follows:

Change :

Assembler=masm,fasm,tasm,nasm,hla


to

Assembler=hla,masm,fasm,tasm,nasm


That will take of your problem. This is a good one for my FAQ, I'll add it if Ketil hasn't already started work on the help file.

This should also take care of problem 2 but I'm not sure, try it out and if it doesn't work Ketil may have some ideas. :)
Posted on 2003-04-29 23:28:21 by donkey
Gee! It works!
It solved both problems.

Thank you a lot.

Regards GJ
Posted on 2003-04-30 12:04:32 by Green Joe