Just thought I'd bring this post to the top... it was one of the first... my main assembly is MASM however I'm trying now to learn TASM and HLL so I can learn how it does it's oop when it converts to masm before it assembles...

Posted on 2002-01-09 02:29:03 by _Shawn
MASM with the VC editor and debugger, a good combo.
Posted on 2002-01-09 03:46:41 by sluggy
MASM for me.
Posted on 2002-01-09 14:19:49 by CodeLover
I was about to create a tasm.ini file for RadASM. Seem to be a waste of time, or are tasm users afraid to admit. :grin:

Posted on 2002-01-09 15:01:40 by KetilO
FASM is my personal choice. Fast, small and functional. And also it is written in FASM :). MASM, of course, is rather powerful compiler, but the hand of Microsoft to heavy for me :).
Posted on 2002-01-09 16:18:59 by Aquila
OT - bitRAKE, I love your bouncy new outhouse! You mightn't have intended it to look like an outhouse but to my 45 year old eyes...
Posted on 2002-01-09 16:52:14 by peterverstappen

You can create a tasm.ini for RadASM.. but I've been working on one the past two days... I don't have any startling finds that you can benefit from (much)... but I have to learn how to make a windows program in TASM IDEAL mode first and it's a real pain because there seems to be zero documentation anywhere...

Posted on 2002-01-09 17:12:34 by _Shawn
peterverstappen, could that mean I'm full of 5h1t? :tongue:
I like it too - very funny. I've been thinking on spending the time to create holiday versions.
Posted on 2002-01-09 17:12:57 by bitRAKE
I use TASM32 too. Am I part of some sort of rebel faction:)

KetilO, a TASM ini would be pretty cool. I use RadAsm minus the Rad to do my TASM coding now anyways.
Posted on 2002-01-09 21:11:11 by -T-
MASM %100 for me. Still a rank newbie :grin: Haven't had time to explore other options.
Posted on 2002-01-09 22:58:21 by mar1boro