webpage of #win32asm
you'll find information on how to program Windows using Assembly Language.
I love assembly language and have programmed in asm since DOS
days. When Windows "killed" DOS, I thought assembly language
died with it. I could not be further from the truth! Assembly
programming on Win32 platform is quite possible and easy. Not
very different from programming Windows in C. If you're a newcomer
to win32asm, read this FAQs.
can contribute to this website!
- If you think
you know some cool tricks and want to share them with other fellow
- If you code
some utility and want to share its source code
- If you think
you can explain some programming topics by writing tutorials/essays/articles
to me via email.
Your material will always be yours: you get
all the credits. Plus many thanks from ppl who benefit from your
effort. Don't hesitate.
IDE Project Links
original project to create visual ASM IDE. Founded by mammon,
managed by knotty dread. It's now unofficially dead. Some info
about the project and binaries are still available.
Justin Decker. It is another attempt at creating a visual ASM
IDE. Currently the editor part works ok. The visual form/resource
editor is yet to be implemented.
ShADe and CodeFumbler. Coded as an add-in for UltraEdit thus
it can tap into the awesome editing capabilities of this great
: Visual Assembler IDE
Thomas Jaeger. Coded with Borland Delphi.
IDE for WIN32ASM for NASM GORC , ALINK.
for turbo Assembler users. Not really visual but looks neat.
generic IDE that supports GNU g++,BC++ and Java
by Ewayne. A nice code editor written in win32asm using richedit
as its base.
by KetilO. A nice IDE written in win32asm. Packed with features
such as syntax hilighting, code completion and visual dialog
editor. For the latest version of RadAsm, check out the IDE
development section of the
hitchhikr. Written in VB with many features such as syntax highlighting,
customizable menu/toolbar, Windows API help "on-the-fly"
Bratalarm. IDE for TASM
Several utilities/demos added to the source code section.
Correct an error in my 32th tutorial about MDI. Thanks yap for the
info. Update to md5 routine by roy.
Links to Pradeepan's
Visual Assembler , obock.de
and AsmSource added. Several
progs with source code: AutoBoot 1.1
by Scott Slater, ComAsm 1.0 by Adam
Blaszczyk, cpIce 1.12 by Jibz,
Eject CD by James, Hard
Disk Protect by kevin, MiniDisk Recording
Plug In for Winamp and RAS example
by eko, Notes 1.1 by Tziotas Milos,
Netware example by R.Daneel, TimPad
v0.33 by firstname.lastname@example.org
My friend, Razor-X, who graciously provided a mirror for this site
emailed me a sad story about closing his ISP business so http://win32asm.rxsp.com
is no more. Thanks a lot for his contribution. As a corollary, my
email address changes again to Iczelion@win32asm.cjb.net and let's
hope this is the last time. The most important news today is the
release of MASM32 version 7 from
hutch. Also there are several source code contributions: BlackBook
by Angelo Dureghello. DDE example by
Yves Luce. DialogHandler
1.1 by Aleksandar Stancic. foldoc
by roman nowicki. IntCheck by eko.
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July 31, 2002
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