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X64 compile extension, WinAsm Studio Add-In that helps you write and compile x64 assmebly code.

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Today I downloaded WinAsm to write some x64 asm codes, and I saw that there aren't anything for x64 architetture: highlight, and etc.., so I made a lame addin:

http://pnluck.netsons.org/soft/x64Compile.rar

It's too lame to be serius, however you can compile a source for x64 in 5 steps:
1) load the plugin
2)Change the Project release fields in this way:
assemble: /nologo /SUBSYSTEM:WINDOWS /RELEASE - this can be void
link: kernel32.lib user32.lib
3)Find the "x64 Compile" into menus (often it is into Make Menu)
4)Find ml64.exe e kernel32.lib into the Microsoft DDK/SDK - only the first time
5)Click on Compile and to be lucky :P

First of all you should make a new win Project where I wrote this:

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extrn MessageBoxA : proc
extrn ExitProcess : proc

.data
body db 'Hello World!', 0
capt db 'My First x64 Application', 0

.code
Main proc
sub rsp, 28h
xor r9d, r9d      ; uType = 0
lea r8, capt      ; lpCaption
lea rdx, body      ; lpText
xor rcx, rcx      ; hWnd = NULL
call MessageBoxA
xor ecx, ecx      ; exit code = 0
call ExitProcess
Main endp

end


I repeat, it's too lame to be serius.

I hope with this one, to get, for the next version of WinAsm Studio: the support for x64 architetture: hightlight, his voices in files&paths, and in the make menu.
Made this things, shouldn't be soo difficulties ;)

For info: http://ntcore.com/Files/vista_x64.htm#x64_Assembly

That's all! :D

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Hi Pnluck, and welcome to the forums!

You are right, as more people move into the x64 architecture, it gets more & more necessary to build support for the x64 tools into the IDE.

Personally, i don't have access to a x64 machine & OS, so i didn't had the chance of experimenting with x64 assembly (and test your addin), but on behalf of the community, i would like to thank you for sharing your work!
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I update x64Compile, now in the dialog will display the output of ml64: so, you can see errors messages, etc..
Now this extension is really useful ;)
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Welocme to winasm.net, Pnluck.

Thanks for sharing this nice Add-In. Really useful. Keep it up, please!

Regards,

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You need to get winres.h. Its not shipped with express versions, but look in Platform SDK samples and you will find it after that copy it into PSDK include directory and you are good to go.
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