To cakmak:

The F8 and F9 keys work ok for me.

Did you select a text field first?

You can go to the Main menu item:
Options>Settings>Change Default Settings and turn
off the complete build and then when you click on
the Build button you can use the Options menu on
the Build program.

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-04 19:51:26 by Ewayne
OK. I turned off from options and others so it waits for selecting assemble, link etc. But I meaned different. How can I invoke build without mouse, there is only button option.
Posted on 2002-06-04 20:30:27 by cakmak
To cakmak:

I used to to have a menu for the build, but I had
many request for a one button build, so I got rid
of the menu build.

Which is fine for me, because I'm a one finger
typer, so I use the keyboard as little as posible.

How about a Ctrl/key?

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-04 20:42:49 by Ewayne
How about a visual aid when building menus in your resource program. that way we can see what it will look like before we assemble.

BTW I think your resource editor is one of the best I have used.

Keep up the great work Ewayne:alright:





BitMan
Posted on 2002-06-05 07:20:39 by BitMan
:) :) eh heh. What? somebody wanted only a button? My god, are they confusing more menu items. Joke. Yes,I believe that somebody wished this. But all known compiler(also editors) has both button and menu options even shotcuts. I never understand this request but you are right, I understand you. It's too hard to keep happy everybody. And you are a very kind, clever coder. And mostly really want to help everybody. Please keep up good work. I know this will be perfect. I'm respecting you. And do your best only. I can study on your source code for myself.

Regards
Posted on 2002-06-05 18:36:09 by cakmak
To cakmak:

I might put the Build menu back on, because I want
to have some other options like Dos linker, Tasm
assemble and link, etc.

But I still want to keep everything as automated
as posible. I don't want to have to update a file
or fill in some information before assembling a
new project unless it's an oddball situation.

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-05 19:36:58 by Ewayne
To cakmak:

You can now use Ctrl/b for a complete build and
Alt/b to open a selection menu that you can scroll
down with the arrow keys then press enter so you
don't need to touch the mouse.

Go to my Web Site for the download.

http://asmedit.massmind.org

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-05 22:58:00 by Ewayne
As I said, here all we are lucky :) Thanks.
Posted on 2002-06-06 21:39:16 by cakmak
To cakmak:

Your welcome.

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-06 21:45:59 by Ewayne
Ewayne...
Just installed the "updates" to AsmEdit. When trying to assemble a program, the build program freezes after compiling... anyone else seeing this happen?
Posted on 2002-06-08 11:16:28 by dlburlin
To dlburlin:

I think you might be the first with that problem.

It sounds like AsmEdit was not installed properly.

Could you tell the steps you took to install it
and update it.

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-08 11:47:59 by Ewayne
Hi ewayne.. thanks for the QUICK response.. I actually created a new instance of the program just to make sure nothing was introduced that i'd "forgotten" about.. here are my steps

1. Unzipped complete asmedit package to a root directory named masm32v1
2. ran setup
3. tested asmedit 4.3 to verify that prg running properly
4. able to create, assemble and run programs correctly..
5. grabbed the FixAsm.zip file from your website unzipped and replaced asmedit & build...
6. ran asmEdit.. tried to rebuild previsously created program... build.exe refused to respond to keyboard or mouse input.. have to kill manually.
7. replace asmedit and build with old files -- all is fine.

???
thanks
Dave

:stupid:
Posted on 2002-06-08 12:27:38 by dlburlin
p.s.
If I just replace the build.exe all works well..
dave
:(

am experiencing this on two different XP machines...
Posted on 2002-06-08 12:34:45 by dlburlin
To dlburlin:

It looks like I don't have matching AsmEdit and
Build in the AsmFix.zip.

I'll check it out.

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-08 12:45:16 by Ewayne
To dlburlin:

You can download the new FixAsm.zip and it should
be ok.

I also fixed the Bookmark menu.

New features:

AsmEdit will now retain the Bookmarks for a file
if the file is part of a project that is in the
project list (Tree).

Comment block highlighting e.g.

comment^
1111111
2222222
3333333
^

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-08 16:22:19 by Ewayne
:alright:
THANKS so much for GREAT service...
Working great now
best regards
Dave
Posted on 2002-06-08 19:20:06 by dlburlin
To dlburlin:

Your welcome, I try to please everyone.

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-08 19:37:16 by Ewayne
Hi All:

More updates to both AsmEdit and ResEdit 06-09-2002.

Download both FixAsm.zip and FixRes.zip.

http://asmedit.massmind.org

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-09 15:38:07 by Ewayne
Very nice. You have no idea how much more enjoyment I get from AsmEdit now that the memory leak is GONE!

Got sick of rebooting every 20-30 minutes while working on a project.

Thanks for the good work on this. :alright:

It is definitely one of my favorites and the syntax highlighting is just incredibly well done. Now, if only comment BLOCKS would work out!
Posted on 2002-06-10 15:10:14 by The Beginner
To The Beginner:

Thanks.

The comment blocks are there.

comment^
1111
2222
3333
^

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-06-10 15:15:46 by Ewayne