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32 Bits Specific Assembler waiting for ReactOS (Win95/98/NT/2000).

- All-in-one Assembler/Linker/Resources Editors/IDE/Debugger.
- Coffee, next version.
- Outputs PEs (EXE/DLL/SCR).
- Integrated lists for Equates/Structures/Api.
- Auto-Compiled.
- Open source.

Good luck EveryBody, bye, Betov

(Title is because excess of wine -Bugs too, frenchy or not frenchy-).
Posted on 2001-08-14 13:36:50 by Betov
betov ..
i just checked the newversion ... (very cool )
everything seems to be ok expect :

a fault happens when you write a call '....... and dont close it with '
the same for api ' ......
and click on the tree button

p.s the faults are not the same . (


Posted on 2001-08-14 21:12:24 by eko
Indead for Tree-Vue (stupid beginner stack error in the Tree Abort
routine...), but i can't get it for the fault with Open
Text api call. May be you are using double quotes for api calls (?).
With double quotes, there is no way to point the error out, in some
cases, as they are Multi-Lines. (This is why i set a color for text).
If not, would you send me the faulting file? ( )

I just found out how to prevent from the GetOpenFileName Box error,

Thanks eko, betov.
Posted on 2001-08-15 03:30:46 by Betov

That must have been some good wine you were drinking. I develop on my collection of pure malt so it may account for the difference in style.

Now if you can get enough good wine, you may end up getting Spasm finished much faster. :tongue:

Posted on 2001-08-15 05:59:48 by hutch--
Hutch, this wine abuse is on the fault of U$ crimes:

Because we, in Europe, refuse to eat their hormone beaf meat,
they have set prohibitive taxes upon some of our best cheeses
at import. So, we have to eat them all, and, as these cheeses
can not be eaten without wine... in some way, our answer to U$
dictat is to try to drink all of our wine too.

Wine is a strange matter: For driving a car faster, it helps a
lot, but for writting Asm faster, it does not (!!!), even in
Open Source (!!!), even after Bill Gates stated that "Open
Source is Anti-American" (!!!)... Wine has targets that human
brain ignores.


Ooppppsss! Forgotting: With your hearted fingers for Guitar
playing, you could try Jazz. Our first great master for Jazz
guitar, in France, had only 2 fingers left, and he did things
many couldn't with 20 (i mean, with the feet too). Since that
time, many musicians, here, cut some of their fingers in hope
they will play better (but it doesn't always work, though).

And, back to wine, yes, it helps a lot for Jazz guitar too, but
only for playing things that nobody had ever heard before.
Posted on 2001-08-15 08:51:43 by Betov
Django Reinhardt?
Posted on 2001-08-15 11:04:03 by ChimpFace9000
If the category is guitarists without ten finger,
my nomination would have to be Jerry Garcia!

But I would include Django Reinhardt with Jerry
in the category of consistently tasteful
musicians. I miss them both!
Posted on 2001-08-15 13:12:47 by farrier