is there somebody well knows tasm5.0

is there somebody well knows tasm5.0

Post by randyhyd » Thu, 05 Oct 2006 10:11:31



I would suggest, for whatever reason you made this decision, that it's
not particularly wise. Using TASM makes a lot of sense for someone who
has been using it for years and has a lot of source code in TASM
format. It does *not* make sense as an assembler to switch to from MASM
at this point. Though there is *minimal* development taking place on
TASM, Borland has clearly lost interest in supporting it (gee, they're
even trying to give up on their HLL compilers). Though Microsoft's
support for MASM isn't great, at least they keep coming out with new
versions of the assembler to support new instructions and stuff like
that.

If you really want to abandon MASM, I suggest you take a look at FASM
(normally, I'd recommend HLA :-), but I assume that as a MASM user
you'll find HLA a little to radical for your liking).


Stick with MASM.
Cheers,
Randy Hyde
 
 
 

is there somebody well knows tasm5.0

Post by johnzul » Thu, 05 Oct 2006 12:04:57

Nasm development is pretty dead now. No active core members. Still a
pretty good assembler. So far I did not come across for 64 bit yet in
Nasm. This part needs improvement immensely. I am using Nasm since
it comes default on Unix boxes......

John

 
 
 

is there somebody well knows tasm5.0

Post by f0dde » Fri, 06 Oct 2006 19:22:53


As long as you're on x86 and dos/windows/linux/bsd, fasm is portable enough.
An x86 32bit system (or a 64bit system with 32bit emulation) with libc and
ELF support should be enough to get it bootstrapped and running...

Of course NASM would work for cross-compiling x86 projects even on a 64bit
ITANIUM, but... :)
 
 
 

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Post by Beto » Fri, 06 Oct 2006 21:56:29

"f0dder" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > rivait





Said by guys who never wrote one single project, in Assembly,
under one single configuration:

There is no end to power delirium.


Betov.

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is there somebody well knows tasm5.0

Post by f0dde » Sat, 07 Oct 2006 07:52:22


Poor untermensch ^_^