RadASM 04-17-2002

New since

Fixed wordlist bugs.
Shift+Space is now equal to Ctrl+Space.
Fixed hiliting bugs.
You can now choose which file types should be opened
in a code edit window.
FlipCase addin now has a page break feature.
TbrCreate now uses RichEdit for it's output.
Added lots of new dialog control properties.
Fixed some anoying minor bugs.
There are some .txt files included if you want additional



First time install:
This is an update. You need to install full package first.

This is an update from 1.1.0
Unzip to temp folder and move the files to C:\RadASM
You might manually edit RadASM.ini and masm.ini if you are
updating from versions less than

04-18-2002 (64 Downloads.) Uploaded bugfix.
04-19-2002 (51 Downloads.) Uploaded minor bugfix.

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Posted on 2002-04-17 04:26:36 by KetilO

Fixed the following bugs:

1. Auto case convert went hiwire if window splitted into two panes.
2. Wordlist not reset when project was closed.
3. ReallyRad failed to remove old resources from main rc file if name contained resource type, IE: IDI_ICON, IDB_BITMAP.

When you create a new template then compiler options, versioninfo and resources are part of the template. Templates are still upwards and downwards compatible.

Posted on 2002-04-18 03:06:12 by KetilO
I can't seem to load any of the demo projects and "make" them.
I get the following error.
LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file "WizDemo.res"

All of them do this, just the name of the resourse file is different.
What do I need to do to stop this?

Posted on 2002-04-18 05:31:20 by sceptor
Hi sceptor

From the Make menu select Compile RC (Shift+F5) to compile the resources.
Selevt Go All (Alt+F5) to Compile RC, Assemble, Link and Run in one operation.

Posted on 2002-04-18 06:07:51 by KetilO
I think the problem is that the res file isn't built yet.That's why you have to press "Compile resource" before building.
Posted on 2002-04-18 06:08:39 by Duker
We posted our messages quite at the same time:)))
Posted on 2002-04-18 06:12:21 by Duker
First time install:

one of the things i like the most that you dont need to install . i hate to install software , i like them when you just run and that's it .....


Posted on 2002-04-18 06:48:19 by eko
Hi eko

Thats one of the adventages about asm. No runtime library, no mfc or other crap.

Posted on 2002-04-18 07:02:32 by KetilO
Well, what I did is open the asm file and selected "build", after loading the project of course. (thinking build does everything automatically)

Maybe it should have some checking to compile the rc file as needed for build.
Posted on 2002-04-18 08:31:46 by sceptor
Hi sceptor

Select Option / Make Menu.
Click on &Build in listbox.
Change Command from 2,3 to 1,2,3
Click Ok

Posted on 2002-04-18 09:04:38 by KetilO
Well it figures something so easy would cure it. Just like me, take it for a ride, and then ask hey how do you shift this thing? LOL

You da man.
Posted on 2002-04-18 11:59:34 by sceptor
Well, the change for the make sequence works great for projects that actually have resources.

It fails on ones that don't.
RC : fatal error RC1110 : could not open Debug.rc

Personally for me, I left keyboard accelorators with DOS, I like them windows buttons, anyway for it to check if rc compiling is needed?

Posted on 2002-04-18 20:14:05 by sceptor
Hi sceptor

I was waiting for your retunrn. :grin:

Well, there is a simple solution to this one too.
With the project with no resource opened, select Project / Project Options.
Replace Compile RC 4,O,$B\RC.EXE /v,1 with 0,0.
When you get the hang of it you might create a new project type with this Compile RC command as default.

Posted on 2002-04-19 02:34:39 by KetilO
Hi! KetilO:
Why doesn't the new version support using mouse wheel for scrolling? but the old version v1.1.0.0 can do.

Posted on 2002-04-19 03:44:10 by dREAMtHEATER
i don't have to have a problem with mouse wheel for scrolling at my copy of RADAsm, maybe u should check Code Editor Options and chek Use Mouse Wheel.:grin:
Posted on 2002-04-19 04:02:47 by NEMO

If you have mouse software installed on your machine, then leave this box unchecked. Mouse software allows mouse wheeling in windows that does not have focus. I could not live without. :grin:

Posted on 2002-04-19 04:30:26 by KetilO

Fixed the following minor bug:

Api tooltip lost if you entered the api listbox to select an api.

Posted on 2002-04-19 06:33:54 by KetilO
KetilO, could you give description of syntax used in ini files in RadAsm (and other config files in RadAsm).
Yes, it is possible to guess all of them, but you are not an old dead pharaon :) so it's quicker just to ask.
Let's start with named variables.
Those $D\ $R\ for folders end other (numbers and signs for files)
Please ;) don't excuse yourself here again with talk about your English just write somthing like
$R - var for RadAsm folder (user specifies the folder .... and here
your explonation about it)
$H - var for Help folder (user specifies the folder ...

in make option line 3,O,$B\ML.EXE /c /coff /Cp /nologo /I"$I",2 means (and your explonation about all these ,2 and "$I")
Come on KetilO, do all this, it's easy for, you can save a lot time for people here by one simple syntax reference file :)
Posted on 2002-04-19 16:05:46 by The Svin
Hi The Svin

Yes you are right. My only exuse not to do it is that I am incredibly lazy. At work I even have someone doing my documentation for me. I cannot use my bad English as an excuse anymore as it has improved a lot since I started posting here. Well it's just a matter of getting started. Hopefylly I will have it done by this weekend.

Posted on 2002-04-19 16:45:43 by KetilO
BTW about your WordList.
The idea appeared to be very effective in practice.
Mainly not about special words in list but about special words in
source, though I didn't expect such an effect, it made coding so easy that I stoped even searching ver names in sheets on the right though they are very well done browsing things.
All I need now just remember first letter of some var and in a sec
I can get it in the WordList.
I stress again, idea was simple and clear but in reallity appeared much more effective than I thought it was.
Posted on 2002-04-19 17:55:38 by The Svin