Here is a video of one hour of my assembly language programming session.
Very often, when I am discussing about assembly language programming, I have some feeling, that the opponents simply can't imagine the whole process and think that it is some kind of very different (and very hard!) from other languages.
So, I decided to make a screencast of my programming process in order to give a general idea about what programming I am writing in my posts.
This video shows implementation of multiple files open through the file open dialog in Fresh IDE v3.x project.
Actually it is a work on two projects simultaneously: The GUI toolkit of FreshLib (the file dialog and the components TGrid and TListView) and the Fresh IDE itself (which is in very early stage and I am using it mainly as a test project for the GUI toolkit.
The GUI toolkit uses OOP macro library of FreshLib, so, some of the instructions used may look a little bit strange.
Unfortunately, a lot of the process remains behind the camera - in my head. So, some of you can find the video a little bit boring. But hope you will like the music if not the video.