But I can't do double-click on .wap file to open the project (I mean associate .wap file to WinAsm in the Registry so when double-click on the .wap file WinAsm will open with the project).

'do! my English.


Bi_Dark,

Your English is OK. In windows when you double click on a file (including any *.wap file) that is not associated in the Registry, you get a dialog asking you to associate it. From the dialog choose WinAsm.

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-07-29 07:23:40 by akyprian
akyprian

you get a dialog asking you to associate it. From the dialog choose WinAsm.


That isn't my point, I know I can do manually.
I prefer it to be an 'option' in WinAsm (which will be registered when 'selected' and unregister when 'deselected' and restore previous registered app).

Actually i've registered with other IDE before (Fasmw) so I will not need to re-register again just by option. :)

Oke, don't mind, thanks.
Posted on 2003-07-29 07:32:47 by Bi_Dark
Hi Bi_Dark,

I see what you mean now,

Thanks,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-07-29 09:37:21 by akyprian
yes, first you go to set path:
Tool/Options to chosse Tab Files&Paths and to set at box
Keyword File c:\WinAsm\KeyFiles\MASM.vas

that's it
Posted on 2003-07-31 06:15:42 by h4ng4m3

Hi,
I just downloaded your editor to have a quick look. However, though I have the editor installed at C:\WinAsm, with the correct path for the Masm.vas file set, I still have no syntax highlighting (apart from comments and operators, which are configured from the Colors tab on the Options dialog box). I can edit the colours just fine, however nothing shows up in my .asm files. Obviously as a new user I am missing something?
Thanks for all your hard work.


Hi andrew_k,

You must set:

a)Keyword File
b)API Functions
c)API Structures
d)API Constants

from Tools-Options-Files & Paths for the highlighting to work. Did you set ALL of THEM?

Please let me know.

Do not ever hesitate to ask anything.

Regards,

akyprian

PS. Thanks h4ng4m3 for helping our new friend.
Posted on 2003-07-31 07:17:55 by akyprian
As far as the winasm.chm file goes, create a directory called Help inside the WinAsm directory and place the winasm.chm inside the Help directory. Now it is available from WinAsm's Help menu.

The Help file selected in the Files&Paths Options should be a hlp file (not chm) like the MS Win32 Programmer's Reference Help file. This help file will be used for F1 help.

Hope this, um, helps. :grin:
Posted on 2003-07-31 21:28:14 by Masmer
I put a step in the Setup page explaining where to place winasm.chm for the next help file release.
Posted on 2003-07-31 22:36:19 by Masmer
andrew_k,

Are you happy with Masmer's answers? Everything is up and running OK now?

Regards,

akyprian

PS.Thanks Masmer for helping.
Posted on 2003-08-01 00:52:39 by akyprian
Hi Antonis,

I'm having a problem with resource files that contain "space" in file name.
When I selected "External Resource Editor" to edit, It couldn't be found. (you should enclose the filename with "")
Posted on 2003-08-04 00:24:56 by Bi_Dark
Hi Bi_Dark,

Yes! Thanks very much.

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-08-04 00:42:25 by akyprian
BTW,

How do I disable commandline echoing in the output window?
Posted on 2003-08-04 00:52:55 by Bi_Dark

BTW,

How do I disable commandline echoing in the output window?


There is no such an option in WinAsm.

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-08-04 01:13:48 by akyprian



There is no such an option in WinAsm.

Regards,

akyprian


Could you add, please?
Posted on 2003-08-04 01:49:57 by Bi_Dark
Hi Bi_Dark,

Please give me one good reason for doing it and I will.

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-08-04 06:10:01 by akyprian
Haha!

you should telling me first why you want to echo (RadAsm never do that AFAIK) and I don't want to debug what commline has been issued *each time* when rebuild the project. I just do adjust in the project option insteed. :grin:
Posted on 2003-08-04 08:07:35 by Bi_Dark
Bi_Dark,

First of all, I respect all other IDE's and RadAsm could be no exception. Each IDE has its own style and this is respectable. I do not know whether other IDE's echo the command line or not but this makes no difference to me. I decided that I want it to be echoed because it helps me and the users. For instance, It is easier for me to help a beginner who cannot "make" his project if I know the command line.

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-08-04 08:19:02 by akyprian
Oke then,

Where is "New File" button or menu?
I can't find (just want to edit the asm files only, not the projects).
Posted on 2003-08-04 08:29:14 by Bi_Dark
Bi_Dark,

Not available yet!

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-08-04 08:38:19 by akyprian
So,

Is it in your "To-do" list? :)
Posted on 2003-08-04 08:53:24 by Bi_Dark
Hi Bi_Dark,

YES :)

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-08-04 09:02:55 by akyprian