The NASM-compiler extension is a powerful tool for working with NASM (Netwide Assembler) assembly language in Visual Studio Code. It provides features for compiling and running NASM assembly code directly from the editor.
- Compile NASM assembly code to object files
- Link object files to create executable files
- Run the compiled executables from within the editor
- Integration with the VS Code editor, including syntax highlighting and code formatting for NASM assembly language
Click on the run button to run the assembler file
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- Launch Visual Studio Code.
- Go to the Extensions view by clicking on the square icon in the left sidebar or by pressing
- Search for "nasm-compiler-linux" in the Extensions view search bar.
- Click on the "nasm-compiler-linux" extension by Prince Mbeah Essilfie and click the "Install" button.
- Open a NASM assembly file (with the
.asm extension) in Visual Studio Code.
- Use the provided commands or keybindings to compile and run the assembly code.
- The output of the compilation and execution will be shown in the integrated terminal.
extension.compileAssembly: Compiles the current NASM assembly file.
f5: Compiles and runs the current NASM assembly file.
- Install Asm Code Lens for syntax highlighting: provides a new language mode "Assembler file"
- NASM (Netwide Assembler) must be installed on your system. You can download and install NASM from the official website: NASM Downloads
Include if your extension adds any VS Code settings through the
contributes.configuration extension point.
This extension contributes the following settings:
nasm-compiler-linux.enable: Enable/disable this extension.
extension.runAssembly: f5 - run assembly
Windows support not available : working on it
Contributions to the NASM extension are welcome! If you find any issues or have suggestions for improvements, please open an issue on the GitHub repository.
This extension is released under the MIT License.
For any questions or support related to the NASM extension, you can contact the developer at:
Users appreciate release notes as you update your extension.
Initial release of the NASM Extension.
- Support for NASM assembly language in Visual Studio Code.
- Commands for compiling and running NASM assembly files.
- Integration with the VS Code editor.
- added support nasm language mode
- working file directory error fix
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