WinAsm Studio and the Iczelion tutorials, porting Iczelion tutorials or any project you have developed in MASM32 is both quick and easy.
Author: Antonis Kyprianou
Probably the best way to start learning assembly programming is by studying the Iczelion tutorials.
There are many Assemblers available out there, the most popular of which is Microsoft Macro Assembler (MASM).
Programming Quick Start explains how to get yourself a copy of the MASM32 package (by hutch) and the WinAsm Studio IDE by me.
After successfully following the steps outlined, you better download the Iczelions Tutorials available the Help Files section of the downloads area.
Although WinAsm Studio has plenty of features found in High Level Language IDE's, it neither needs nor supports non-standard Assembly files (standard files are *.asm, *.inc, *.rc, *.def).
As a result, porting Iczelion tutorials or any project you have developed in MASM32 to a WinAsm Studio project is both quick and easy. Here is how:
-Select File - New Project.
-Choose the type of project (Most Iczelion tutorials are Standard EXE).
-A new project consisting of one empty file has been created.
-From the Project Tree right click on its name and select "Remove File" (we don't need it).
-From Project menu select Add - Files. Browse and select ALL files of the tutorial.
-Press Open. All selected files have been inserted in your project.
-Choose Make - Go All.
-Save your Project and voila!
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