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.
Shawn Bullock et al. Attempt to create a visual ASM IDE for
various assemblers. The feature list is impressive. Beta 1 is
yet to be seen.
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
Jon Richardson. Coded in VB. Will support multiple assemblers
and furthermore, it will be open source.
: Visual Assembler IDE
Thomas Jaeger. Coded with Borland Delphi.
IDE for WIN32ASM for NASM GORC , ALINK.
for turbo Assembler users. Not really visual but look neat.
generic IDE that supports GNU g++,BC++ and Javan
Phew! it has been a month since the last update. I have been busy
with my real-life job. Some bad news first: XOOM deleted my account
without notifying me: when I connected to it, it redirected me to
"warez404.html" page. As you all know, my site doesn't
contain any illegal material. So much for a "free" webspace
provider. I have another webspace offer from my friend, Razor'X.
am currently working
with JNS on a Playstation emulator plugin, Cyberpad. If you're
interested, check out http://cyberpad.psxemu.com.
Here are the new additions to the source code section:PI
Imitator by Lyskov Michail. Tools
by Tziotas Milos.
And here are the updates: ASMEdit v3.2
by Ewayne. PElib by fresh. VIDE
A new mirror
is available, thanks to cTT. ColorPicker
by neocitron. Flux by Angelo.
IceGhost by Tziotas Milos. IKN-CU
by Harlequin. TheChatter [English]
[French] by Vom-bonjour.
md5 example by roy. PELib
by fresh. SysView by RODY Thierry.
yC 1.2 by Y0da.
ErrorShow by The Svin. IQTest
and PassX by Tziotas Milos. MP3
player by Lord Rhesus. ASMEdit
update by Ewayne. PDB Operations
by xprsg. Senf's Intel JPEG Library
Demo by Senf. SMS Agent by
Unfortunately, the main mirror, http://www.piic.net/~win32asm/,
is down and will stay down. Thanks Jason Tudisco for the webspace.
I'm still busy with my real life as usual so no new tutorials for
a while. AsmADO version 1.0 by
Maurice MONTGENIE. Docking rebar example
by Entro-P. A FAR manager plugin by
Imaginative. Update to ASMEdit 3.1
by Ewayne. [SaF]-worm, a game, by
[SaFc0n]. Saturn, a directory copier,
version 2 by John Hyde. Update to cinchy
server by S3. VIDE, an IDE, by
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21 May 2001
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