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Old 20th December 2004, 09:50 AM
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NASM and Gnome/GTK+

Month ago, i've written a document on how to create GUI applications with NASM.
Long time i was a MASM-coder and i want a familiar syntax (e.g. invoke) for linux. This document show up creation of some macros to get closer to MASM
It might be needful for some readers, so i'll post it here
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File Type: pdf HOWTO_NASM_macros.pdf (74.7 KB, 435 views)
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Old 4th January 2005, 10:19 PM
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Really interesting. Nice work!

After a brief read, I'm inspired to get back into the limited assembly I could do before!

Cheers, Joe.
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