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Usono,
07.11.2019, 00:57
 

TINYASM (Developers)

(I don't know how to "properly" split off a message into a new thread.)

> DosWorld said:

> Hello!
>
> Again. It could be usefull https://github.com/nanochess/tinyasm
> (created in 01 Oct 2019, BSD-2 License)
>
> PS: Oscar Toledo doing cool work, by my opinion (I look to another his impressive micro-projects).

> I am start my own fork, due lack of some features in tinyasm.
>
> Hmm... I had deep dive into MSA assembler (by Robert Östling) - refactoring etc.
> This code smells MSA. Can't explain why. déjà vu.

Did you see our previous discussion on freedos-user (also mixed with NASM bagatela)? BTW, you keep editing your messages, quite confusing! :-P Haven't tried (again) his ultra-latest revision, but it seems he added %include support!

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Berlin, Germany,
07.11.2019, 09:48

@ Rugxulo
 

TINYASM

> (I don't know how to "properly" split off a message into a new thread.)

That's correct, because you can't.
Although there's a workaround by editing the database directly, but this is limited to me as the database admin.

Rugxulo(R)

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Usono,
10.11.2019, 03:04

@ rr
 

TINYASM

> > (I don't know how to "properly" split off a message into a new thread.)
>
> That's correct, because you can't.
> Although there's a workaround by editing the database directly, but this is
> limited to me as the database admin.

I didn't expect to actually be able to do it, and I suspected it would be atypical even for you.

For that other polluted thread, I could still potentially just delete my irrelevant posts and manually repost them in separate topics, but it wasn't important enough.

I think the OP was trying to tell you to put a link to TinyAsm on your Links page. (BTW, you still link NASM to SF.net!! Long ago abandoned for elsewhere.)

rr(R)

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Berlin, Germany,
11.11.2019, 20:10

@ Rugxulo
 

TINYASM

> For that other polluted thread, I could still potentially just delete my
> irrelevant posts and manually repost them in separate topics, but it wasn't
> important enough.

As you said: "wasn't important enough". :-)

> I think the OP was trying to tell you to put a link to TinyAsm on your
> Links page. (BTW, you still link NASM to SF.net!! Long ago abandoned for
> elsewhere.)

http://nasm.sourceforge.net perfectly redirects to https://www.nasm.us/ :-D
Anyway, I updated the link and added Tinyasm.

DosWorld(R)

08.11.2019, 11:39

@ Rugxulo
 

TINYASM

> Did you see our previous discussion on freedos-user (also mixed with NASM
> bagatela)?

No. Could you please take me url?

> Haven't tried (again) his ultra-latest revision, but it seems he added
> %include support!

This is merge pull request from my branch.

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Rugxulo(R)

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Usono,
10.11.2019, 03:10

@ DosWorld
 

TINYASM

> > Did you see our previous discussion on freedos-user (also mixed with
> > NASM bagatela)?
>
> No. Could you please take me url?

Here's my first message (since few others tested it):

* https://www.mail-archive.com/freedos-user@lists.sourceforge.net/msg20363.html

Summary:

1). I recompiled NASM 0.98.39 for 8086 host (mirrored to iBiblio).
2). I got PSR Invaders to assemble with TinyAsm.
3). TinyAsm has some quirks but is still fairly good.

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