To farrier:

If the DebugTest is still in the Project folder
then the paths should have been updated along
with the other programs when you ran the Setup
program.

The paths get updated for files in these folders:
1. Programs
2. Projects
3. Pointers

The two options in the Setup program will show
these results.

**** Orignal ****

include \MASM32V1\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\include\Windows.inc
include \MASM32V1\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\include\user32.inc
include \MASM32V1\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\include\kernel32.inc
include \MASM32V1\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\include\debug.inc

includelib \MASM32V1\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\lib\user32.lib
includelib \MASM32V1\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\lib\kernel32.lib
includelib \MASM32V1\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\lib\debug.lib

**** Remove system paths and update non system paths. ****
include D:\MAMS32\TOOLS\AsmEdit\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\include\Windows.inc
include user32.inc
include kernel32.inc
include D:\MAMS32\TOOLS\AsmEdit\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\include\debug.inc

includelib user32.lib
includelib kernel32.lib
includelib D:\MAMS32\TOOLS\AsmEdit\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\lib\debug.lib

**** Add or update system paths and update non system paths. ****
include D:\MAMS32\TOOLS\AsmEdit\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\include\Windows.inc
include D:\MAMS32\include\user32.inc
include D:\MAMS32\include\kernel32.inc
include D:\MAMS32\TOOLS\AsmEdit\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\include\debug.inc

includelib D:\MAMS32\lib\user32.lib
includelib D:\MAMS32\lib\kernel32.lib
includelib D:\MAMS32\TOOLS\AsmEdit\PROGRAMS\AsmEdit\lib\debug.lib

What do the paths for the Include and Includelib
statements look like in the DebugTest program?

Opcodes to be right justified.

TypeAhead will do it, but using that feature takes
some time getting use to. I don't even use it
most of the time.

Some rainy day I will get back into it and make
it more user friendly.

You can also use F1 - F3 for the opcode and F4
for the command, etc.

I indent 3 spaces and I use F5 and F6 to shift
the text left or right.

I also use F7 to align text to a given position.

These settings can be changed in the menu
Options/Settings dialog.

Let me know about the paths for the DebugTest
program, maybe for some reason the Setup program
did not read in that file.

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-09-19 08:28:25 by Ewayne
Hi Ewayne

Congrats on your release.

Here is a few bugs, just to keep you busy. :grin:

1. After mouse wheeling you must left click twice to make the caret move.
2. If you split an edit window, typing fast swaps focus between splits.
- You never know where what you typed ends up.
3. Bookmarks positions are not updated if you add or delete text.

KetilO
Posted on 2002-09-19 09:41:43 by KetilO
Ewayne,

That's the strange part, the DebugTest include/includelib lines are below and never reference the original path. The code compiles okay and finds the inc's & lib's, but in the link stage the error show up! I don't understand! Everything else seems to work!





include D:\masm32\Tools\AsmEdit\include\Windows.inc
include D:\masm32\include\user32.inc
include D:\masm32\include\kernel32.inc
include D:\masm32\Tools\AsmEdit\include\debug.inc

includelib D:\masm32\lib\user32.lib
includelib D:\masm32\lib\kernel32.lib
includelib D:\masm32\Tools\AsmEdit\lib\debug.lib



Now with the small fonts I have a problem, the 'b' at the end of the words includelib overwrite the 'D' in D:\masm32. I'll play around with tabs and fonts to see if I can fix this. This problems didn't show up with Large Fonts.

Thanks for your help.

farrier
Posted on 2002-09-19 11:30:06 by farrier
To farrier:

I know what your problem is.

Reassemble the Debug program and copy the Debug.lib
to AsmEdit's Lib directory. You can use the Copy
File on the menu if you like.

(As long as your at it change the szCommandLine
path in the Debug.asm to your AsmEdit's Bin path)

The Debug.lib file that you have is pointing to
my Lib directory.
Now with the small fonts I have a problem, the 'b' at the end of the words includelib overwrite the 'D' in D:\masm32. I'll play around with tabs and fonts to see if I can fix this. This problems didn't show up with Large Fonts.

Fonts or Tabs should have nothing to do with that
problem your having.

Show me a sample.

Thanks,

Let me know.

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-09-19 12:14:49 by Ewayne
To KetilO:

If you only type with one finger like I do you
won't have to wory about typing fast.:)

Anywho I fixed that problem, After I post the
update for AsmEdit you will be able to type with
both hands and feet and the text will go to the
proper split window.
After mouse wheeling you must left click twice to make the caret move.

I can not get that to fail on Win98 and I don't
have wheel support for NT.

Were you using XP?

About the Bookmarks.

I know there is problem if you delete or add text,
I've had a couple of other complaints, plus I complain
about it myself.

If I would have the Bookmarks saved as line numbers
instead of memory location the fix would be easier.

I may have to change it to line numbers.

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-09-19 12:30:58 by Ewayne
Ewayne,

Attached is an ugly B&W tiff file that show the first few lines of that evil file DebugTest.asm The same overlap shows up thruout any asm text file.

Your suggestion solved the linking problem!

farrier
Posted on 2002-09-19 14:36:10 by farrier
To farrier:

I was able to duplicate the problem when switching
from small to large or large to small fonts in
the Control panel/Display/Settings and then
opening AsmEdit.

The way I fixed it (temporarily) was to go to
Menu>Format>Font And Color Controls dialog, boy
does that look bad with large fonts and make a
dummy change to the font and size, you can keep
the values that are there e.g. Courier New (9)
and that fixed edit display.

I need to come up with a way when I open AsmEdit
to determin if the user is using Small or Large
fonts and adjust the Toolbar and reset the fonts
accordingly.

I was using 1024 x 768 I will play around with
800 x 600 and Small and Large fonts.

Let me know if the above works for you.

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-09-19 23:00:36 by Ewayne
Ewayne,

That worked perfectly!!

Thanks again, I do appreciate it!

farrier
Posted on 2002-09-20 09:32:14 by farrier
To farrier and the rest,

You can now type fast in split windows and the
test will go to the proper window.

You can now switch between small and large fonts
and change the screen resolution on the Control
panel>Display>Settings and AsmEdit will display
the text properly in the edit window and the Toolbars
will not be overlapped.

I still have some work to do on some of the dialogs
when using the large font setting.

You can go to my web site and download the
FixAsm.zip.

http://asmedit.massmind.org

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-09-20 12:17:55 by Ewayne
Hi,

The LARGE FONT issue!

I think all of the large font issues have been
resolved.

1. Little red position indicator.
2. Dialog boxes.
3. List area in comboboxes.
4. ButBuild program.

At least they look okay on my systems.

If anyone can find any problems when using the
large font option let me know.

You can go to my web site and download the
FixAsm.zip.

http://asmedit.massmind.org

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-09-22 00:13:35 by Ewayne
Hi All,

Bookmarks:

If you have Bookmarks set, you can now add or
delete text in the edit window and it will retain
the proper location of the Bookmarks.

Read the little Readme file for a one time step
you must do after opening the new AsmEdit.

Plus I made some other minor changes to AsmEdit.

You can go to my web site and download the
FixAsm.zip.

http://asmedit.massmind.org

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-09-26 07:59:12 by Ewayne
Ewayne,

I would like to thank you for an outstanding IDE. I've been trying different asm edit programs for the
past several months, commercial, and some of the other ones on this forum. I liked most of the features
of the other main IDE on this forum, but I picked AsmEdit for it's ease of use and the available size of
the work area in the edit windows, I don't like a bunch of windows cluttering up the area.

I really like your visual resource editor and visual window control builder, but the control builder needs
to be finished, you should be able to create a complete .asm file that you can assemble from the builder.

I tried your typeahead feature and I'm not sure if I like it or not.

But over all you have the best editor I've tested. Keep up the good work.:alright:

I'll email you with some other idea's that you might be able to use with AsmEdit.

BTW Thanks for the source.

cinka
Posted on 2002-09-26 09:20:47 by cinka
To cinka:

Thanks for the compliment.

Editors are like cars, some people like one brand
while others like another.

The main objective is will it be able to perform
the task that you need to accomplish.

The TypeAhead needs some work.(A rainy day project)

It's ok if you get the hang of it.

I'll think about the visual window Control Builder.

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-09-26 21:57:59 by Ewayne
Hey, nice editor:

1) When I left click on the projects it asks me if I want to delete them. Actually I wish it was blank and I could add my own.

2) While playing around I noticed that if I enter a label followed by another label, the first one is green but the second one is blue. Any more labels after that are also blue.
Posted on 2002-10-06 23:34:47 by drhowarddrfine
To (Longname):
When I left click on the projects it asks me if I want to delete them. Actually I wish it was blank and I could add my own.

I hope you meant right click, left click selects the Project and displays
the file names in the list view window.

You can add your own Projects via the main menu Projects or if you
assemble a program the program name will be added to the Project
list.

As far as your blue, green labels, you will need to show me an example.

Thanks,

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-10-07 16:26:31 by Ewayne
What I did here was type in all the calls and the labels. Then I went back and added the call to "here". That's when the colon changed to a different color.

Now that's not what happened before. The whole label changed.
Posted on 2002-10-07 19:31:56 by drhowarddrfine
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Posted on 2002-10-07 19:33:17 by drhowarddrfine
To (Longname):

Thanks for the feedback.

Your highlight problem is fixed, the fix will be in the next release of AsmEdit.

Ewayne
Posted on 2002-10-07 22:31:21 by Ewayne