II.1.9 The Win32 Console-Mode Assembler ASEMW
In principle, the DOS assemblers ASEM and ASEMX are also running in the
Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP DOS-Box, but with some
typical DOS-specific limitations:
file names are restricted to the 8.3 format, path strings are
limited to 64 characters, the real-mode assembler cannot access more than
640 kB RAM, and DOS support is getting worse and worse with
every new Windows version.
To overcome these disadvantages, the ASEM-51 package comes with the new
Win32 console-mode assembler ASEMW.EXE. ASEMW is functionally identical
to ASEM, but it can handle long file names and benefits of the Win32
memory management, which allows to assemble astronomically large programs!
||If you love file names with blanks in the middle, you have
to enclose them in double quotes, e.g.|
ASEMW "Test-Program for my 80C32 Evaluation-Board.a51"