I have written a custom Ant task that compiles a tree of fasm source files, similar to what the javac task does for Java files. If anyone is interested, you can find it here: https://github.com/dykstrom/fasm-ant.
Ah, sorry for not being clearer. If one does not live in the Java universe, it may not be obvious what Ant or the javac task does. Ant is a build tool that is built in Java, and is mostly used for building Java projects.
Ant works by running various tasks. Most tasks you will ever use are built-in, but you can also create your own tasks. The built-in javac task recursively finds all Java source files in a directory, invokes the Java compiler on them, and creates a similar tree structure with the compiled files.
What I have done is creating a custom task that recursively finds all assembly source files in a directory, invokes fasm on those files that need to be recompiled, and creates an output tree structure with the compiled files.
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