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Assembler - Getting Started

Post icon  Posted 07 July 2012 - 04:27 PM

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So, your interested in starting Assembly? Here you will find info to get you started in your journey. This post will be a merge of x86 assembler resources and Assembly Links It will fix some broken links and add new info and some of my bookmarks I have amassed over the years.

What Assembler do I choose/use?
Nobody can answer this except you. Each Assembler has its own pros and cons; download each and try them to see which you like.

Assemblers:
FASM - http://flatassembler.net/
GAS - http://www.gnu.org/software/binutils/
GoASM - http://www.godevtool.com/
HLA - http://216.92.238.133/Webster/
JWasm - http://www.japheth.de/JWasm.html
MASM32 - http://www.masm32.com/
NASM - http://www.nasm.us/
PoASM - http://www.smorgasbordet.com/pellesc/
RosASM - http://rosasm.freefo....org/portal.php
Sol_Asm - http://www.oby.ro/sol_asm/index.html
TASM - Old and outdated
yasm - http://yasm.tortall.net/

IDEs
RadASM v2
RadASM v3
WinASM
WinASM source code
EasyCode
Code::Blocks

Although the following are not IDEs, they are good Linux Editors
Geany
Kate
Of course there are a bunch of others like VS.

Debuggers
OllyDbg
WinDbg
IDA Pro
KDbg
Insight

Hex Editors
Frhed
WinHex
Bed
HexEd
wxHexEditor
Bless

Documentation
Tiny Guide to x86 Assembler
Windows API Calls - MSDN
Windows Platform SDK
Windows SDK
Windows Driver Development Kit
Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software Developer Manuals
AMD Architecture Programmer's Manual - Vols 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Agner Fog Software optimization
Ralf Brown's Interrupt List
Linux System Calls Another one and another
Linux Assembly
Assembly Optimization Tips
Calling Conventions
Linkers and Loaders
COM in Assembly
Windows Winsock Tutorial
The Old New Thing blog

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Re: Assembler - Getting Started

Posted 08 July 2012 - 07:58 AM

Finally! At least somebody is putting assembly out there. Do you mind if I take your idea and make some tutorials for 80x86 Assembly on my own?
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Re: Assembler - Getting Started

Posted 08 July 2012 - 07:59 AM

You are welcome to write tutorials for any language you wish. :)
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Re: Assembler - Getting Started

Posted 20 January 2013 - 11:41 AM

How about an environment that's all assembler all the time, even while doing your general internet chores?

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MenuetOS is an Operating System in development for the PC written entirely in 32/64 bit assembly language. Menuet64 is released under License and Menuet32 under GPL. Menuet supports 32/64 bit x86 assembly programming for smaller, faster and less resource hungry applications.

Menuet isn't based on other operating system nor has it roots within UNIX or the POSIX standards. The design goal, since the first release in year 2000, has been to remove the extra layers between different parts of an OS, which normally complicate programming and create bugs.

Menuet's application structure isn't specifically reserved for asm programming since the header can be produced with practically any other language. However, the overall application programming design is intended for 32/64 bit asm programming. Menuet programming is fast and easy to learn. Menuet's responsive GUI is easy to handle with assembly language. And Menuet64 is capable of running Menuet32 applications.

Features:

- Pre-emptive multitasking with 1000hz scheduler, multithreading, multiprocessor, ring-3 protection
- Responsive GUI with resolutions up to 1920x1080, 16 million colours
- Free-form, transparent and skinnable application windows, drag'n drop
- SMP multiprocessor support with currently up to 8 cpus
- IDE: Editor/Assembler for applications
- USB 2.0 Hi-speed storage, webcam, printer class and TV/Radio support
- USB 1.1 Keyboard and mouse support
- TCP/IP stack with Loopback & Ethernet drivers
- Email/ftp/http/chess clients and ftp/mp3/http servers
- Hard real-time data fetch
- Fits on a single floppy, boots also from CD and USB drives

http://www.menuetos.net/
The MenuetOS CD ISO is less than 32MB and includes Doom. :)
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