Member No.: 160
Joined: 22-June 04
I would like to introduce some great news: Antonis Kyprianou - the author of WinAsm Studio - decided to share the sources of the IDE. He asked me to upload the latest version here at forum (as it was updated by me for better support of fasm-like syntaxis).
Member No.: 15879
Joined: 3-December 08
We should use a repository to store the code and make it available to everyone.
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@Edit: Sorry forgot to thank you both for sharing the great Winasm Studio Source with us!