Ahh, i found my flavour.....
There is fasm and nasm both usable in linux. i can compile my first app. Even with gtk gui.
Thanks for Bazik and Synfire to their assembly examples!!!!!
These are a simple examples and executable size only some kb. 8)

Bazik's fasm examples uses gtk1.2 and Synfres's nasm ones uses gtk2
Simple window with gtk1.2 is 4277 byte and with gtk2 (much nicer) is 7774 byte.
Now i can learn gtk api  ;)
Is there a tutorial for beginners ?  thanks .....s5vi
Posted on 2006-04-02 14:24:51 by s5vi
s5vi,

To be completely honest, I've had a Nasm32 tutorial on my Todo list for some time now, unfortunately I've not been able to aquire the time to actually work on it due to personal issues. I'll try and get started on the document as soon as I can, but I can't honestly promise it will be out any time soon.

Regards,
Bryant Keller
Posted on 2006-04-02 14:28:57 by Synfire
Thanks Synfire,
Mentioned gtk2 examples came from "n u M I T_o r" and i found on this forum:
http://www.asmcommunity.net/board/index.php?topic=22528.0
Posted on 2006-04-02 14:43:11 by s5vi
s5vi,

Thanks for clearing that up, I wasn't sure about your remark as the old site for my Nasm32 project was more of a dumping ground of information and at that time I had a few GTK examples in C, and a few applications which used a mix of C and NASM which also had GTK frontends. Those were more or less lost when I changed hosts and I wasn't sure if you were refering to those :)

Regards,
Bryant Keller
Posted on 2006-04-02 15:06:01 by Synfire
You can follow the gtk examples for C ;), it should not be problems at all :).

http://www.gtk.org/tutorial/
and perhaps http://www.kplug.org/glade_tutorial/
glade http://glade.gnome.org/
and lib glade http://www.jamesh.id.au/software/libglade/
Posted on 2006-04-02 16:39:59 by rea