Re: The Lib debate
Date: 8 Feb 2004 01:18:49 -0800
Betov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<XnF948887387D7A0betovfreefr@220.127.116.11>...
> As JohnFound says, "using only source-level libraries" is the
> evident way to go for Assembly. This is the way i went for RosAsm
The inconvenience is that source-level libraries must be writen in the
same language, so you canīt use a Fasm library in Rosasm, while binary
libraries are more portables.
- Re: The Lib debate
... This is the way i went for RosAsm ... > The inconvenience is that source-level libraries must be writen in the ... > libraries are more portables. ... And, in any case, for Assembly Programmers ...
- Re: Significant Pure Assembler Application In MASM ?
... When I was thinking of a literal "port" of RosAsm for LuxAsm, I was quite daunted by this!!! ... I was seeing a lot of APIs that, I'm not sure what they do, but I don't think there's a Linux equivalent. ... I was contemplating *avoiding* libraries for LuxAsm, ... If GTK is a "replacement od the Win Api", ...
- Re: RosAsm is a broken pile of crap
... RosAsm can do with "cut & paste" can be done by every other assembler, ... All he is doing by not supporting statically linked libraries is ... *had* the source code to the library so you could add the comments, ...
- Re: Stack frames
... in order to save from no end Compilation ... Fast assemblers (RosAsm included) work great ... libraries, as it is practically impossible to do a large ... the only assembler anyone is trying to push as a serious ...
- Re: Between Assemblers
... or conditional compiles it is already dead in the water and with the ... For multiple sources, it is a matter of needs....I personally prefer to ... No, I haven't looked at RosAsm in about a year or so, if you have finally implemented conditional assembly that is a good thing and a hopeful sign. ... For example the ZLIB library is critical to many of my applications and there are some C libraries that are very useful as well. ...