Hi everybody, from the JWasm manual:
Using JWasm with Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010/...

    To integrate JWasm into VS, copy file jwasm.rules to directory
    <vc_dir>\VC\VCProjectDefaults. After this is done, JWasm can be
    selected as assembler inside the VS IDE.


I've tried it with Visual Studio 2010 but it seems that no *.rules files in the VCProjectDefaults. Additionally, no syntax highlighting is provided. I wish you can support http://asmhighlighter.codeplex.com for JWasm too.

Noteworthy.
Posted on 2012-01-15 03:59:48 by Noteworthy
In your JWasm directory, there is a file called jwasm.rules.  Copy that file over to your <vc_dir>\VC\VCProjectDefaults directory.

Highlighter for what?  JWasm?  JWasm is an Assembler not an editor or IDE.  Highlighting is up to the IDE or editor that you use.
Posted on 2012-01-15 18:56:45 by Gunner
I found this http://www.masm32.com/board/index.php?PHPSESSID=ed6b540754476bf6a9068803443c72d9&topic=17539.0 in the MASM forum, it's figure out my problem, thanks.

The author of JWasm should take into consideration that Microsoft since VS2010 has changed the build customization, due to the migration to MSBuild, the information in the rules file is represented by three files: .XML, .props and .targets files.

About highlighting, VS doesn't provide a syntax coloration for asm/inc files, here is an add-in http://asmhighlighter.codeplex.com/ for Masm32 but works fine for JWasm too.

Noteworthy.
Posted on 2012-01-17 02:40:31 by Noteworthy