Hi All,
HOWL v1.0, the HLA Object Windows Library, has been released along with HLA v2.9. HOWL is an application framework, not unlike Microsoft's MFC or Borland's VCL (but for assembly language), that makes is very easy to write Win32 apps with a minimum of fuss.  You can read the documentation for HOWL online at http://homepage.mac.com/randyhyde/webster.cs.ucr.edu/HighLevelAsm/HLADoc/HLAStdlib/2_PDF/howl.pdf. For more information on object-oriented programming with HLA and HOWL, check up http://webster.cs.ucr.edu.
Cheers,
Randy Hyde
Posted on 2010-05-04 18:43:31 by rhyde
Although this is old topic, I really think I should thank you for this great info. I have been searching for something like this for months now. I have just been wondering whether it's too hard. I guess the library can be modified continously to allow for easier and easier higher level assembly coding :)
I would also like to hear suggestions from everyone since I am still new to assembly, but it doesn't seem to complex from what I have seen so far, just more of a matter of understanding the structure of processors and functional programming, sort of :/
Posted on 2011-02-12 18:27:26 by xwiz
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Although this is old topic, I really think I should thank you for this great info. I have been searching for something like this for months now. I have just been wondering whether it's too hard. I guess the library can be modified continously to allow for easier and easier higher level assembly coding :)
I would also like to hear suggestions from everyone since I am still new to assembly, but it doesn't seem to complex from what I have seen so far, just more of a matter of understanding the structure of processors and functional programming, sort of :/


Yes I agree with you. Its just basic understanding !
Posted on 2011-02-20 16:54:03 by TiaBoshart