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asmgges



Joined: 17 Jun 2003
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DirectX7 / 8 demo programmed with Fasm.

Thank you to indicate me the bad ( good ) functionings please.
http://www.chez.com/asmgges/fasmdw.zip
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Post 21 Jun 2003, 08:11
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asmgges



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If the server with the address above refuses you access, go on my site and load the file FASMDW.ZIP.
Thank.

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Post 21 Jun 2003, 08:44
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Betov



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It seems to have some Dx (or Images Format) initialisation problem(s) - Win 2000 -:

First: Run >>>> Nothing but black in the Window.

Second: >>> Run the SpAsm version.

Third: Re-run this FASM version >>> I then see the first panel in the Window, but when runing the Game, the images are in some wrong format...


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Post 21 Jun 2003, 09:10
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asmgges



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Yes René it seems there to have some difficulties with comcall and Fasm.
But as usual that works well with win95 .........
To resolve problems it is really at random

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Post 21 Jun 2003, 09:21
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asmgges



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I have make modifications
try again please.

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Post 21 Jun 2003, 10:07
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Betov



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No improvement, here.

The strange thing, as said previously, is that, if i run "FDw2.exe", the first screen in Black, but, if i first Run "gbyte4w.exe", close it, and re-run "FDw2.exe", i can see the Intro Page with good images...

Init problems, i suppose...

Take care that SpAsm align all Data Blocks on dWords by default (...). This may make some difference when comparing from 95 Family to NT family (...). Might be worthy to see if FASM has some "Align 4" thingie for problematic Data Blocks.


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Post 21 Jun 2003, 11:15
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asmgges



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Yes, I had this problem before.
I had put some align 4 in data Datas.
With SPASM the problem of adaptation of data is resolved easily.
I find him more mysterious with Fasm with the multiple sections Datas.
Of more access in directX notably for surfaces is more delicate.

PS:It is funny to notice that it is the designer of SPASM which participates in the settling programs FASM.
But you are right the assembler is also a big family ........... Cool
Thank René i go to work....

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Post 21 Jun 2003, 11:37
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asmgges



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Program tried to load files which did not exist! Mr. Green
I had had no time to program procedures of error.
I think that bad functioning comes from it
Try again please
Thanks
http://www.chez.com/asmgges/fasmdw3.zip
If the server with the address above refuses you access, go on my site and load the file FASMDW3.ZIP.
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Post 22 Jun 2003, 15:03
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BiDark



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Post 22 Jun 2003, 15:23
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asmgges



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Why you have a version of Windows different of win95? Sad
Seriously tomorrow I am going to change version and to see these problems
Thanks Very Happy
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Post 22 Jun 2003, 15:43
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