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64 bit Menuet 0.59 released
64bit beta version now includes Pre-emptive multitasking, multithreading, ring-3 protection Responsive GUI with resolutions up to 1280x1024, 16 million colours IDE: Editor/Assembler for applications TCP/IP stack with Loopback & Ethernet drivers Network applications include ftp/http clients Free-form application... 2 Mar 2007 19:49
assembler / how to know the type of processor
hi all, i am working with a big network with very old machines (486, pentium II, pentium III, ...), running with different OS (ms-dos, win9x, winXP, linux). i need to know which processor is runing and the speed, but remotly, and without asking the remote operator. i can compile a simple program for each syste... 24 Feb 2007 18:48
vesa protected mode interface doesn't help
Hi After i successful calling int 10 func 4f0a, it return this table: 0001h set bank (see AX=4F05h) 0002h set display start (see AX=4F07h) 0003h set palette (see AX=4F09h) This table is the function pointer table, but none of this function can used to change the display mode, so how can i retrieve a funct... 20 Feb 2007 09:36
Advanced Linux Programming
They didn't throw enough ASM into it, but: Nathan. ... 26 Feb 2007 19:44
beginner asm, where next?
I'm about half-way through Jeff Duntemann's, "Assembly Language Step by Step". (excellent foundational book so far IMO, if a bit dated - still works though!) Jeff's book uses NASM with the ultimate goal of moving to Linux for protected mode assembly. What are the various opinions of you who read and post to al... 20 Feb 2007 20:06
how to prevent ACCESS_VIOLATION (C0000005) without 'SetUnhandledExceptionFilter'
Hi! I have the problem, that my EAX sometimes points on a unreadable area, because it is unallocated or the program has not the right. I call a function of a DLL. The returned value in EAX shall point to a structure. When the function fails, it returns a value, which points on a unreadable area. Trying to acce... 24 Jan 2007 01:26
Hi everybody, C:\MASM32\BIN\LINK560 mak_flop.asm Why are these requiring a key to be pressed on the command line? How can I automatically say yes or no in the makefile? Microsoft (R) Segmented Executable Linker Version 5.60.339 Dec 5 1994 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp 1984-1993. All rights reserved. Ru... 2 Dec 2006 07:49
I noticed that the following doesn't compile in NASM: pshufb xmm0, xmm1 It says: error: parser: instruction expected However, this does work: pshufd xmm0, xmm1, 99 Any ideas why pshufd works but not pshufb? ... 16 Nov 2006 16:07
Linux / Windows GUI application with assembly
Hello group, To make a GUI application multi-platform enabled, what library would you chose for the design ? I suspect GTK is the best solution, since GTK apps exist for both platforms, but I'm still wondering if maybe I've missed a library that is worth looking at, from the assembly point of view. I want t... 16 Nov 2006 14:31
TMA Assembler?
While reviewing my collection of Assemblers, i found out TMA, and i did not recall of that one: * GPLed. * Self-Compilable. * Fast. (I can't tell at what extend because the biggest Source - itself - is too small for a second... - Bin = 34 Kb - and the Stats say... zero time... :) * Generic Syntax, ... 25 Oct 2006 18:10
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