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Ive added a new tutorial to the tutorial and guides section, a video tutorial: RadASM Installation

Work is still ongoing for the rest of the site, updating pages, and adding in content and some 3rd party plugins to help with the site presentation and features. For example, the IntenseDebate linked RokComments module has just been installed, which should provide users with the ability to leave comments on articles.

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The latest update version of Donkey's vKim like tools for GoAsm and Masm are available on the masm32 forum:

http://www.masmforum.com/board/index.php?topic=16317.0

Update - 2015: Additionally Donkey has changed his home website, now found here: http://donkeysstable.com/

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My latest programming adventure has been with an old, yet not forgotton, project: the TemplateEngine Library.

It was an idea that began as i was developing another program, i was writing a program to generate php and in particular phpbb mod code.

I began with the idea of generating in memory the php code for each file that would be required, i quickly saw that it would entail a lot of coding and it would all be hard-coded (to an extent). It occured to me to then use a base template file that had most of the code i wanted already written, and to replace the bits and pieces i wanted with particular variables, the most obvious ones being the name of the package, author, version etc.

Read more: Infix, Postfix & Evaluations

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So here is the new blog section. I hope it will be a little different, perhaps more flexible, allowing wider encompassing subjects (and ramblings) than the more tighly focused posts found in the articles and news updates section of the LetTheLightIn website.

So with my previous post/update about working on a small utility library for use with the static 32bit zlib library. KetilO's RadASM v3.0 source code had an updater plugin with source code, that downloaded a zip file, extracted it and created the folder paths along the way. I initially took this code as a starting point and began writing up my first function ZL_ExtractAll.

Read more: New Blog & Zlib Extracting Files

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