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 windows assembler IDE

Hi,

I have to take assembly for school and the editor they gave us to use is a
dos one.  It does not resize in my windows console and is thus very small.
Windows XP cannot reboot to DOS (AFAIK).  I'm looking for a very simple
editor that uses MASM as the assembler.



Mon, 28 Jun 2004 15:28:36 GMT  
 windows assembler IDE

Quote:

> Hi,

> I have to take assembly for school and the editor they gave us to use is a
> dos one.  It does not resize in my windows console and is thus very small.
> Windows XP cannot reboot to DOS (AFAIK).  I'm looking for a very simple
> editor that uses MASM as the assembler.

YOu could just type in your favorite Windows based editor (emacs, notepad,
etc) and run masm on the command line.  Then you get all your favorite
features, and can just alt tab to the dos window to compile.

Gabe



Tue, 29 Jun 2004 03:09:24 GMT  
 windows assembler IDE

Quote:

> Hi,

> I have to take assembly for school and the editor they gave us to use is a
> dos one.  It does not resize in my windows console and is thus very small.
> Windows XP cannot reboot to DOS (AFAIK).  I'm looking for a very simple
> editor that uses MASM as the assembler.

Why not try notepad, wordpad and save it as .asm then go to the
command line(Command Prompt) - In the Start->Programs->Accessories or
Start->Run type in cmd then enter. Do the assembling and linking(e.g.
C:\myasmfiles\ml [/switches] myfile.asm)

You could try MASM32 - http://www.movsd.com/ -> Best for win32asm
development. It automates the assembling and linking process.

Also, there is ultraedit, context... that does this job too.



Tue, 29 Jun 2004 03:12:23 GMT  
 windows assembler IDE
Hello {*filter*}folk!

On Thu, 10 Jan 2002 07:28:36 +0000 (UTC), Cronus spake thus:

Quote:
>Hi,

>I have to take assembly for school and the editor they gave us to use is a
>dos one.  It does not resize in my windows console and is thus very small.
>Windows XP cannot reboot to DOS (AFAIK).  I'm looking for a very simple
>editor that uses MASM as the assembler.

You could write the code in notepad, and then run masm from the
command line. That way, you can have the editor at whatever size you
want, and you get to do whatever you want with the comandline options
:)

Alternatively, there are various editors out there which are designed
for programmers (I use notepad personally, but understand that some of
the specialised ones are good for those who want them). PFE
(Programmers File Editor) is a name that comes to mind. Yu could do a
search on www.simtel.net for it. Or just do a search for Programmers
Editor in your favourite search engine, and you will probably get a
choice of editors.

--
debs

----
Misspelled? Impossible! I have an error correcting modem.



Tue, 29 Jun 2004 04:55:52 GMT  
 windows assembler IDE


Quote:
> Hi,

> I have to take assembly for school and the editor they gave us to use is a
> dos one.  It does not resize in my windows console and is thus very small.
> Windows XP cannot reboot to DOS (AFAIK).  I'm looking for a very simple
> editor that uses MASM as the assembler.

Maybe pressing alt-enter in the console will help


Wed, 07 Jul 2004 02:28:21 GMT  
 windows assembler IDE
Most of my students used the Visual Studio to
edit and a command line window to assemble and run.
There are also instructions floating around in a thread
to run MASM under Visual Studio, but I seem to recall
that this is a pain to do.
Randy Hyde
Quote:

>Hi,

>I have to take assembly for school and the editor they gave us to use is a
>dos one.  It does not resize in my windows console and is thus very small.
>Windows XP cannot reboot to DOS (AFAIK).  I'm looking for a very simple
>editor that uses MASM as the assembler.



Fri, 09 Jul 2004 05:55:51 GMT  
 windows assembler IDE
Goto the Win32asm messageboard: http://board.win32asmcommunity.net/index.php?s=

...and search for RadASM.  I use it everyday - usually two or three copies open!
bitRAKE

Quote:

> Hi,

> I have to take assembly for school and the editor they gave us to use is a
> dos one.  It does not resize in my windows console and is thus very small.
> Windows XP cannot reboot to DOS (AFAIK).  I'm looking for a very simple
> editor that uses MASM as the assembler.



Sat, 10 Jul 2004 03:48:07 GMT  
 
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