Probably it's useless for most since FASM can run in linux emulation mode, but if someone for some reasons don't have this switch on here's Fasm interface for FreeBSD.
FASM for FreeBSD (I can't tell you how long it'll be there. I couldn't upload as attachement. If it'll disappear for some reason ask me on Jabber - it's in profile)
One major thing that is different from Linux version is memory managment. Used in linux fasm brk is not recommended in new FreeBSD code, so I used mmap. I couldn't find sysinfo in FreeBSD, so if no memory size was put on command line for fasm it'll allocate 1MB (begginers don't need more, advanced users know that '-m' switch exists).
One thing I would like to ask Privalov:
Don't you think that it should be printed in usage, that it is possible to use '-p' and '-m' switches?
One more thing... you still have to use brandelf -t FreeBSD fasm, because FASM generates SYSTEM V ELF files.
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