Does MS still support MASM.
I went to their website and all they had one one page with a MASM patch. And info on how to us MASM in C/C++
Posted on 2001-11-12 12:07:51 by MPS
As far as I know, masm is no longer a separately sold product.
But they include masm eg. in the visual studio processor pack.
But they do update masm. It's even in the new .NET stuff I think.
Posted on 2001-11-12 12:37:16 by f0dder
Even Borland dosen' support TASM, these guys think asm is dead, except for C++ add ons

Posted on 2001-12-29 23:43:14 by Anunitu
f0dder is correct MASM is in VS.NET, and MS does fix bugs and update the program. The compiler isn't that good, yet. Compilers seem to work at either a very low level or at a high level, when it comes to code generation - they get lost when it comes to bringing it all together. MASM will be needed for some time. It would be nice if they released the source code - I would like to fix a couple things. It's not worth it to recode the whole program from scratch. :grin:
Posted on 2001-12-30 01:31:55 by bitRAKE

Would that be an assembler remake?

Posted on 2001-12-30 02:46:27 by Anunitu
thanks for the response.
Im slowly learning about assembly and system orginization
Posted on 2001-12-30 21:57:42 by MPS
There is a new version of MASM included with Visual Studio .NET. It is version 7.0.9372.1. This is the RC1 version of VS .NET.


Posted on 2002-01-20 15:42:36 by cdquarles
ML.EXE 7.0 is also in the WinXP DDK - so are all the 7.0 tools to program in ASM/C/C++.
Posted on 2002-01-20 18:19:54 by bitRAKE
BitRAKE, do they include their compiler in the XP DDK? Or is this only
the beta 64bit compiler?
Posted on 2002-01-20 18:34:36 by f0dder
Yes, whole ball of wax, for $16 shipping! VC++ minus the V.
Posted on 2002-01-20 18:53:11 by bitRAKE
Standard version or the one with the optimizer, though? (Guess I
should go download the XPDDK myself instead of all these questions,
huhu :grin: )
Posted on 2002-01-20 18:55:30 by f0dder
How could I find that out f0dder?
I couldn't find the XPDDK for download?
Posted on 2002-01-20 19:02:51 by bitRAKE
Aha. I thought it was... 98 and NT/2k DDKs are/were... oh well, if
it's not available now, it'll probably be in the future.
Posted on 2002-01-20 19:11:27 by f0dder
I like the new BUILD.EXE utility - used with NMAKE it's very handy. I don't know if it was in previous versions of the DDK, but it's new to me. ;) Cool tool for building projects in many pieces.
Posted on 2002-01-20 19:48:51 by bitRAKE
Hello bitrake,

The XP DDK version is 7.0.9210.0. The RC1 version is a bit newer than that. I wonder what the differences are, and I wonder if the release version will be different as well.

Posted on 2002-01-21 08:54:34 by cdquarles
Yes cdquarles, but the files are exactly the same besides the version numbers - doesn't appear to be much changing on this end of things. ;)

VS.NET beta 2 = 7.0.9254.0
Posted on 2002-01-21 10:39:46 by bitRAKE
Hi bitRAKE,

Here is a link for XP DDK version 7.0.9210.0 :

<snip snip snip>
Posted on 2002-01-21 12:04:50 by buliaNaza
buliaNaza, first of all you should not post links to exetools here.
Second of all, you should (for ****s sake) not post the exetools
ftp password anywhere! Let people register on the forum if they
want the pass!
Posted on 2002-01-21 12:10:05 by f0dder
buliaNaza, thanks for the help, but it should be obvious from the posts that I have the XPDDK - at this time it is not free for download from M$. It was worth it for me to buy the CD, and I am fortunate enough to be able to afford the $16 shipping and handling.
Posted on 2002-01-21 12:20:11 by bitRAKE
Hi f0dder,

I don't care about the rules of the wa*ez sites
because I buy all my software and wonder why
you (as a moderator) protect 'em...
Posted on 2002-01-21 12:29:43 by buliaNaza