I don't really care. My brain can work backwards if it needs too.
Posted on 2002-08-24 03:47:01 by ThoughtCriminal
MouseWheel works fine on Windows Xp too
Posted on 2002-08-24 17:15:14 by eko
Mousewheel works well in Windows Me too.
Posted on 2002-08-24 21:03:02 by Silas
MouseWheel works well under Windows 98.

But don't you think scrolling with mouse wheel is too slow. It would be much better to scroll up/down 4 rows at a time instead of one row. What do you think?

But on the whole, I like the editor. Nice work!
Posted on 2002-09-07 06:13:02 by president

MouseWheel works well under Windows 98.



But it'd be cewl to add a scrolling parameter such as: 'scroll number of lines' to scroll more than 1 line at once.

Next, it'be nice to enable a 'fast close' option; when it's on you could exit asmwork with simple esc, when no document is open.
Posted on 2002-09-16 04:14:07 by Daemon
could it be that i can not delete a line when automitc-brackets are ON and
i'm really using those brackets in that line? i was only able to delete a few
fragments but not the whole line until i switched this bracket mode OFF...

oops this has nothing to do with brackets i think, the del key doesn't work
at all in a right manner.
Posted on 2002-09-16 07:34:21 by mob
Mob,
the profram works that way to prevent accidental deletions (have a look at the source)
You need CTRL+DEL to make it work.
But then there's an option to use the regular windows-like behaviour in the Edit/Secure selection.

Hope it helpsd
Posted on 2002-09-16 12:28:23 by slop
Thomasz,
any chance to get line numbers? Would be really usefull because FASM spits out the line number where an error happend :)

Maybe I will extend it myself later today ;)
Posted on 2002-09-16 12:54:12 by bazik
I thought that number in the status bar would be enough? But I see there is no status bar in your linux screenshot, strange... Also try F5 key when you want to get to error line.
Posted on 2002-09-18 03:07:02 by Tomasz Grysztar
I made some corrections in asmwork.asm
I think they must be included in the official version.

1. Win95 compile hanging fix:

Line #868 in the original version:


invoke CreateProcess,NULL,command_buffer,NULL,NULL,TRUE, \
DETACHED_PROCESS+HIGH_PRIORITY_CLASS, \
NULL,NULL,sinfo,pinfo

2. Support for "$" form of hex numbers:

Around Line #1760:


cmp ah,22h
je .syntax_string

; John Found 19.09.2002
cmp ah,'$'
je .syntax_number

cmp ah,30h
jb .syntax_neutral
cmp ah,39h
jbe .syntax_number

3. So, I made some changes in asmedit.asm too, implementing horizontal text caret. But this changes are more complex, and I must send entire file, if someone needs this kind of caret. (btw: why not implement both: vertical and horizontal? Let the users select on their taste)
Posted on 2002-09-19 01:29:46 by JohnFound
New entry to TODO list :) Can you add next feature: when you press Ctrl+BackSpace it delete word. Like in wORDPAD.
Posted on 2002-10-30 13:02:45 by myst
What about the + feature? I saw 'NewToAssembly' had posted a post about that... Could you try to fix that too?

And... When you are pressing the key down and click another place in the textbox, wouldn't it be an idea to make it selected from the previous to the new position? (Like Notepad and all those windows-editors...) ;)

Note! Sorry my bad English!!! :(
Posted on 2002-10-30 13:16:01 by POW
I've updated AsmWork it with the new version of AsmEdit, only few small corrections done, Alt+Numpad and Shift+click should now work.
Posted on 2002-10-30 14:58:50 by Tomasz Grysztar
Thanks alot Privalov!!! You're the master!
Posted on 2002-10-31 14:39:09 by POW
For Privalov:

IMHO it's a good idea to make following:

When error occure during the compilation, AsmWork must position the cursor in the text on the line of the error, and error message must appear in the status bar, not in the modal dialog box.

Another good idea is to make better error messages in the FASM. For example if I have the following line:

Posted on 2002-11-02 07:16:32 by JohnFound
mousewheel works on windows
Posted on 2002-11-03 12:00:54 by hartyl

The new version of Assembler Workplace is available to download in the "tools" section of fasm website. The new features:

links broken?
Joe
Posted on 2002-11-14 15:35:21 by TronDoc
These links are obsolete since the new fasm 1.41 for Win32 GUI was released.
Posted on 2002-11-14 16:26:10 by Tomasz Grysztar
apologies
Posted on 2002-11-14 16:30:23 by TronDoc