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crc



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FASM 1.67.7 binaries for Unix systems
This is my collection of prelinked binaries for the various Unix systems that I work with on a regular basis. In the attached tarball I provide binaries for:

NetBSD 3.0.1
FreeBSD 4.8, 5.5, and 6.1
OpenBSD 3.9
DragonFly BSD 1.6
BeOS R5 (tested on Max Edition)

In addition, full sources to the current release (1.67.7) and the linkable fasm.o are also included. I will expand this list with more releases/systems as time allows. I am going to try to keep this fairly current, though I may not be able to update this after every release of FASM.

Edit by Loco 2008-01-29: The latest fasm release is 1.67.26 (released in 28 January 2008)


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Post 10 Sep 2006, 02:27
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vid
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is this being updated? because this is quite important thing, i believe
Post 30 Oct 2006, 23:56
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Chewy509



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Please find attached a Solaris 10/11 package to install fasm.

(It just contains the fasm binary, in future I'll include other support files as needed).

PS. Second *.tgz file has the files needed to build the package. Simply extract in the ./fasm dir, and run "gmake" to build a fasm executable and generate an installable package.


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Post 29 Jan 2008, 06:08
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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crc, can you update your contributions? For now I will add a warn telling that it is not the current version but would be great to have the current release there.
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metalfishx



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Hi!
I've posted compiled fasm binary for Mac OS X x86 (SL, Lion) here: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=136729#136726
Also, I've included objconvert (by Agner Fog) compiled for Mac too.
Thanks for the great work!
That would be amaizing if fasm get direct support of MachO! Smile

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revolution
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metalfishx: That topic is now sticky.
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Ah I see! Great!
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ManOfSteel



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Why is this still stickied?

  • It's horribly outdated as crc has gone MIA and hasn't posted in ages
  • One of the supported systems (BeOS) has been discontinued since then
  • The versions of the other systems have almost doubled
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revolution
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Others can still post updated versions here, and a sticky would make it easier to find.

I don't see a problem with older versions being available. The upgrade-till-you-die treadmill is not always a good thing.
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ManOfSteel



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revolution wrote:
The upgrade-till-you-die treadmill is not always a good thing.


I must disagree. While it's true for Windows and some "emulate-windows"-Linux distros (unless you get a new machine with every OS upgrade Wink ), it's never bad to stay up to date on these *BSD systems.

The very latest versions can run normally on 10-15 year old hardware so no problem with that.
The most conservative sysadmins who run production systems choose the legacy release or the second last minor release and everyone else runs the latest release. Microsoft may have the resources to keep old versions alive for a decade, but it's not the case for these low-resources projects. For FreeBSD say, the legacy release is 7.4 and it will be the last one in the 7-STABLE branch. The last minor release is 8.3 and the latest release is 9.0. "4.8, 5.5, and 6.1" have reached EOL years ago.
Development is so conservative, only the most wanted features in the industry (both as server and desktop) are included. And quality control is so thorough, few bugs slip in and regressions almost never happen and if they do they're fixed within weeks or at most months.

There's no point in keeping an obsolete BSD system, unless you're really really really lazy!
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