Hi all,

1.This version's basic change is the transition to 256 color bitmaps used for the toolbars and menu items.(Also used as Icons for the MDI Child Windows)-Thanks andrew_k and PhoBos for the help with the images.

2.New option: From Tools-Options-Editor-Procedure Auto Complete choose Default, Uppercase or Lowercase for RET and EndP.(Thanks andrew_k)

3.Some minor improvements.

Regards,

akyprian

PS. Zip file includes only the exe file so you need to have V2.0.0.0

EDIT (36 dl): New upload fixes a minor problem with docking windows.


EDIT (47 dl) Oct 14 2003: Now available from the WinAsm site
Posted on 2003-10-07 07:21:10 by akyprian
NIIIIICEE :grin:
Posted on 2003-10-07 07:30:39 by PhoBos
yup, i agree with PhoBos ... niceeee :grin:

one small thing, it is possible to make the labels on the Options editor transparent ?
because it looks kinda ugly :tongue:
Posted on 2003-10-07 07:46:02 by TBD
Hi,

PhoBos: Thanks for the help with the images and the good words.

TBD :Thanks for the good words and the suggestion.

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-10-07 08:44:34 by akyprian
Hi,

New upload at the top. A minor bug fix for Docking windows.

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-10-09 03:20:18 by akyprian
Akyprian,

Just curious, what language are you using to program for WinASM?
Posted on 2003-10-09 19:54:17 by JohnnyQuest
JohnnyQuest,

WinAsm is developed using 100% Assembly (MASM). I think that an Assmebly IDE should be written entirely in Assembly.

Regards,

akyprian
Posted on 2003-10-09 23:43:56 by akyprian

WinAsm is developed using 100% Assembly (MASM). I think that an Assmebly IDE should be written entirely in Assembly.


When I was downloading WinAsm a while ago and saw that the zip file was only 200kb I thought it must have been written in assembly :). I like the interface, its clean and though I haven't actually used it as yet having just downloaded it I think it will make coding a more pleasant experience :)
Posted on 2003-11-07 09:44:30 by Odyssey