Thesa 2004.1 2004/03/20 @386
URLs for assembly language
You may purchase a source license for building Thesa (100,000 lines of 16-bit assembly code). For a sample, see Thesa's window processing loop (ThesaSrc: zwndproc). You may use Thesa to view and navigate the source files and execution logs. The source includes free updates for a year.
Rapid sorting of quotations into topics Thesa builds from source in 8 seconds on a 600 MHz computer.
One-click navigation between source files
A file system for files from 32 bytes to 64,000 bytes
View external files up to 2,000,000 bytes
Full-time, full-text cross reference
Full-time logging of procedure call, return, and arguments
Template-driven web publication
Automatic backup of previous versions (cached)
Multiple window options with visible history and work lists
You may be able to build Thesa if you have the following 16-bit programs: optasm,
Borland Turbo Assembler, and
C 1.5. Cross reference and maintenance programs use
spitbol and snobol.
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