WinAsm Studio

WinAsm Studio is a free Integrated Development Environment IDE for developing 32-bit Windows and 16-bit DOS programs using Assembly language. The Microsoft Macro Assembler (MASM) is supported inherently, while several Add-Ins add support for others.

WinAsm Studio is optimized for size and speed, yet contains a number of useful features such as intellisense which will assist you in creating Windows API based programs. Highly extensible via user-created add-ins. Includes a powerful Visual Resource Editor.

WinAsm Studio is a Multilingual User Interface (MUI) application meaning that you can set everything of its GUI to be displayed in your language of choice. It has already been translated to many languages; You are more than welcome to make or help with the translation to your native one.

You are more than welcome to participate in our forums and ask for any help you might need. Our members are always ready to support the newcomers to start programming. The board is divided in 5 categories which are composed of several forums in which you can find answers to your questions regarding the IDE, programming tips and tricks, full source code projects, Add-Ins, discussions about the Windows API, custom controls and a lot more.

Finally, software developers of almost any programming language such as C, C++, all flavors of Basic such as Visual Basic, Delphi etc etc can find a lot of answers for their programming needs.


Antonis Kyprianou

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MiniDBG V1.0.0.3 (Full Source)


The�full source code of the MiniDBG Add-In has been released for educational purposes. MiniDBG is an Add-In (aka Plug-in) that adds debugging capabilities to WinAsm Studio. You can easily convert it to a standalone executable debugger and/or learn a lot from the source provided. You can find it here


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by akyprian, 5th December 2006 - 08:04 AM Comments(0), Read all
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