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ASMTool Editor (webpage,WIP)
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ASMTool Editor (online webpage)

With the thought: "I'm tired of using notepad for ASM. Shouldn't there be something to edit it?" I decided to begin on this project. It's barely started, but already is functional enough to give a release.

I wish I could have gotten more done by now, but October is the worst month to work work on something like this.

Here's the features (existing or planned):
-Format conversion (all.log to xkas etc.)
-Quick dial buttons for opcodes etc.
-Operation buttons (Cut/copy/paste&undo/redo etc.)
-Server Operations (Save, Load from account etc.)
-Tabbed textarea
-Table generator
-Highlight to calculate forumulas & adv. calculator
-A decent interface

---Format conversion---

Ripping and converting code from all.log and the debugger is time consuming in annoying. Why can't we just click a button and it will be magically done?

-Progress: Little
-Version: 0.02

Planned features:
-All.log/debugger -> xkas
-trasm -> xkas
-xkas -> trasm

Current features:
A glitchy all.log to xkas coverter is included

---Quick Dial Buttons---

How about I try to make typing stuff easier.

-Progress: none
-Version: n/a
-Release: n/a

Planned features:
-Click a button to add an opcode
-Provides quick operations based on recent RAM addresses used
-Automatic spacing/tabbing to comments

Current features:

---Operation buttons---

Mostly to make it look like an editor, since most of these can be done by shortcut keys.

-Progress: "research" on possibilities
-Version: n/a
-Release: n/a

Planned features:
-Cut, copy, and paste
-Undo and Redo
-Find and Replace

Current features:

---Server Operations---

Wouldn't it be convienient to access my code on another computer without doing anything but clicking a load button?

-Progress: PHP/SQL/Ajax experimentation
-Version: n/a
-Release: n/a

Planned features:
-File saving

Current features:

---Tabbed textarea---

It would be convienient to edit multiple ASM documents at once.

-Progress: Basic code completed
-Version: Beta 5.1

Planned features:
-Divs and css make up the tabs
-Open/close tabs
-Split a tab into 2 copies
-Drag to move tabs
-Tab renaming

Current features:
-Placeholder buttons
-Open/close tabs
-Split a tab into 2 copies
-Buttons move tabs
-Tab renaming

---Table Generator---

Making tables can be time consuming

-Progress: Some thought
-Version: n/a
-Release: n/a

Planned features:
-Enter functions and/or fill in text boxes for patterns in data (rather vague and complex feature)
-Compatibility with formulas from calculator engine below
-Counting for pointer tables (dw asm1, asm2 etc.)
-Table previewing

Current features:

---Hightlight to calc/advanced calculator---

I want a more convinent place to do hex and binary operations and conversions.

-Progress: Almost half done
-Version: unofficial
-Release: n/a

Planned features:
-Enter complex forumlas or a value in a box, select the base (2,10,16) of you output, then click calculate.
-Quick copy and enter into document
-Highlight text and press a button or use a shortcut key (acesskey) and it will be calculated

Current features:
-Enter complex forumlas or a value in a box, select the base (2,10,16) of you output, then click calculate.


The editor should be integrated neatly in its wabpage, fully taking advantage of html and css.

No progress, as there is not enough features done that I should be working on this now.


No release yet, as there are not enough features.
A beta release will be released once I have a good version of the ASM converter done. <- this should be soon


I am open to suggestions and help.

You are free to use my code, if you give credit.
Wow... a tool for editing ASM? That's amazing! This'll make creating and editing ASM so much easier :D

One thing you should consider adding is a feature that shows you what values are what. So, instead of having to look up what value 19 is in the Rom/Ram map, it would show you next to the value what exactly the value represents. Just a thought :)

Online ASM editing tool.. thats pure win. You should also have the help file up or something.. And I also think it would be nice if could do ASM into HEX and HEX into asm. IMO, i dont like to open .bins up in the SNES dev tool, look at the code, determine how many lines to dump and yea.. but i really like this idea

Kawaii !!

I would prefer if it was an actual downloadable exe.
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