Hmm, that's nice to know it works on win xp. For some reason, I can't get it to work on Win Xp that i have, i get a treeview ocx error.

So any comments, suggestions? It does have support for c++ too.

Jon
Posted on 2001-12-17 01:56:23 by Asm_Freak
The only thing compability mode does is that when the program asks about the version it says another version instead of windows xp. API's that is different between windows versions doesn't change, so it's not sure that the program will run stable, or even run...
Posted on 2001-12-29 09:45:31 by Nordbon
Asm_Freak,

Let me know if you guys want some help with your site. I know PHP, ASP, Cold Fusion, JavaScript, HTML, and whatever else you guys might need.
Posted on 2002-01-01 12:34:55 by lackluster
I appreciate the offer, if we need some help, will let you know.

JP
Posted on 2002-01-02 20:30:43 by Asm_Freak
Only relavant to the XP posts....

The only thing I liked about XP was... notepad. It had the column and line number of the caret listed in the status bar that was optionally turned on. Other than that I thought XP was a waste of space. I had more errors with it than 2k (Xp:lots, 2k:0) and much lesser application/driver compatibility.. and that UI seemed a bad attempt at capturing the kindergarten market. Language compatibility didnt seem to be any better either. So now I use 2k with XP's notepad :> By far Microsofts best product (notepad)
Posted on 2002-01-04 00:33:36 by matthew
Nice to see another soul that hasn't been brainwashed by m$ and
wants the fancyglittercrap called XP.

The single largest advantage of XP, however, lies not in improvements (heh)
from 2k. After all, XP is NT5.1 where 2k is NT5. The real advantage
is that a lot more people will be running an NT kernel, as microsoft
pushes XP as a end-user OS as well as a professional OS. Hopefully
9x-based windowses will be phased out within long, and we can
finally use the full win32 api and not have to make silly workaround
for 95 (yuck!) compatibility.
Posted on 2002-01-04 01:51:12 by f0dder
We may have to use WinXP at one point.. Microsoft is halting
support for Win9x and Win2k, and keeping support for WinXP
and WinME.. This of course is over a longer time period , I think
Win2k's head-chopping date was for 2004 or so. This of course
is somewhere over at the microsoft site, or http://www.the-ctrl-alt-del.com/ in past news. Microsoft is keeping support for Win2k
server editions tho.
Posted on 2002-01-06 15:17:52 by matthew
Ok, the site is up again, and the downloads for the binaries and source are working. Please give us feedback guys.

http://asmstudio.cjb.net

JP
Posted on 2002-01-07 20:07:14 by Asm_Freak
My first thought was "oh no, yet another asm ide" :). Decided to
go to the site anyway. Ahh, a screenshots section (yes, although a
bit ashamed to admit it, I might have left the site if there hadn't
been a screenshots section. *blush*). Wow, this looks clean and
neat.

So, now I've downloaded it, and will definitely have a look.
Posted on 2002-01-07 20:20:56 by f0dder
Posted on 2002-01-07 20:40:04 by Rockinronstar
I am getting the exact same message as Rockinronstar.

I also have XP and IE6.
Posted on 2002-01-07 22:08:34 by Mecurius
I was able to download by going to the main site:
http://asmstudio.mine.nu/

I couldn't download going through the above links.
Posted on 2002-01-07 23:11:51 by bitRAKE
After seen the screen-shots, I was looking forward to using it. The reason is that is resembles the VC++ ide.

But Im having problems getting it to run. After I run it Its stops on the splash screen.

After a while, I press enter and the splash goes away, but the program doesnt run.

Tried on 2 machines each with Win2K.

So, I wonder, what Im doing wrong in the instalation. (The ocx copied and registered fine).
Posted on 2002-01-08 09:58:51 by dxantos
dxtantos, there's an error messagebox hidden beneath the splash
screen... alt+space followed by 'm' (on english windows anyway)
and you can move the messagebox somewhere you can see it.
Oh well, no asmstudio for me either :(.
Posted on 2002-01-08 10:05:30 by f0dder
Found the error boxes. Guess no asmstudio for Win2K :(
Posted on 2002-01-08 10:35:42 by dxantos
Hi guys,

Sorry about the problems you've been experiencing. We're trying very hard to fix these bugs. It would be very helpful if you could report the messagebox errors on the website.

Press "q" on the splash screen to disable the splash screen.

Thanks,

JP
Posted on 2002-01-08 14:44:20 by Asm_Freak
How can I get the wizards for Assembly Studio?

The Wizards area of your homepage gives me an error when trying to enter it.

BTW: The program now works fine on Win2K, well done :alright:
Posted on 2002-01-18 10:09:38 by dxantos
At the moment there are no wizards for asmstudio. It's very easy to develop wizards though. But don't try to until the documentation gets better :)
Posted on 2002-01-20 02:10:33 by Asm_Freak
vbAltBar.ocx could not be loaded.

It was looking for it in with the other source files.

And you might consider including source code for ocx's as well.

:confused:
P1
Posted on 2002-01-23 17:21:59 by Pone
considering we didn't develop the ocxs it's pretty hard to include the source :)
Posted on 2002-01-24 00:48:04 by Asm_Freak