The new version of Assembler Workplace is available to download in the "tools" section of fasm website. The new features:
Posted on 2002-08-22 17:36:54 by Tomasz Grysztar
Really nice workPosted on 2002-08-23 06:53:05 by bazik
Once again Thomasz; very nice job!
Posted on 2002-08-23 06:58:05 by NewToAssembly
Works under Wine? Can you send me a screenshot? ;)
Mouse wheel? It should be simple, altough I don't own such mouse, so I can't test it then.
Posted on 2002-08-23 07:13:09 by Tomasz Grysztar

Works under Wine? Can you send me a screenshot? ;)


I'll do when I am back at home (my Linux desktop here at work sucks ;) ).

And I just found a bug (feature): It doesnt support lines longer than 257 chars.
At home I am on a 17" screen in 1280x1024 and I often write comments longer
than 300 chars :) (I am sure you didnt think about this because you dont make
comments :grin: )

REAL MEN write source code with a average line length of 10 bytes.
Posted on 2002-08-23 07:20:58 by bazik
Is it possible to select a word by dobbleclicking on it??? If not, would that be easy to add?
Posted on 2002-08-23 07:21:26 by NewToAssembly
It should be easy. The TODO list is growing... :alright:
Posted on 2002-08-23 07:26:38 by Tomasz Grysztar
Add "right click menu" to it :)
And what about moving "compile" to F10 instead of CTRL+F9 ?

And yes, I know that I could change the source myself :P

#include <personalopinion.h>
BTW, I like such "simple" Editors with syntax highlight more than bloated things like RadASM

Next item for TODO list: Line numbering :)
Posted on 2002-08-23 07:29:13 by bazik
That's great!!!
Posted on 2002-08-23 07:41:27 by NewToAssembly
bazik: what line numbering do you mean?
Posted on 2002-08-23 07:59:54 by Tomasz Grysztar

bazik: what line numbering do you mean?


A number in front of each line of the edit control :)
Posted on 2002-08-23 08:07:14 by bazik
I have updated the file on server with a little fix for debugger support, version number unchanged. It also includes the new asmedit.dll with support for double click and (experimental) mouse wheel.
Posted on 2002-08-23 15:28:24 by Tomasz Grysztar

Works under Wine? Can you send me a screenshot? ;)


The mousewheel does not work :)
Posted on 2002-08-23 16:31:59 by bazik
Sorry, stupid mistake, I hadn't updated it correctly. Please try now.
Posted on 2002-08-23 17:30:43 by Tomasz Grysztar

Sorry, stupid mistake, I hadn't updated it correctly. Please try now.


Mousewheel works now (under Linux, cant say about Windows :grin: )
But you should flip the directions... scrolling up scrolls the page down now ;)
Posted on 2002-08-23 17:44:22 by bazik
Otchlinaya rabota, tovarish Privalov!
Posted on 2002-08-23 17:47:20 by comrade
Directions flipped... (well, I'm doing it blindly).
Posted on 2002-08-23 18:04:26 by Tomasz Grysztar
What about a little modified (and smarter) Automatic brackets ?

When you type [ and the other ] pops up why not make it sit at the right place when you type in a comma or a space or return, so you won't have to go all the way to the Arrowpad to skip the ]
Posted on 2002-08-23 18:37:55 by JimmyClif
Hmmmm, in Windows, pushing the wheel up moves the screen down. Push down moves it up.

Push as in the rolling push motion, not actually pressing the button down.

/goes to DL asmedit.
Posted on 2002-08-23 23:14:18 by ThoughtCriminal

Hmmmm, in Windows, pushing the wheel up moves the screen down. Push down moves it up.

Push as in the rolling push motion, not actually pressing the button down.

/goes to DL asmedit.


Get a better OS then :grin: (just kidding)

MouseWheel works fine on Linux now :) Can anyone else test on Windows?
Posted on 2002-08-24 03:26:52 by bazik