If this compiler is going in the direction it is going. Can we have it find its own base libraries of macros. This is like a common location to the compiler itself that it will find the basic functionality macos. Say fasmg is in a directory on a disk it can find its own include directories. This is not about environment variables on dos or linux; this is the common layout of its own directories. if we type "include '80386.inc' looks there first and then launching directory. Turbo pascal and Freepascal do this I knew the borland compilers did not need the complete directory in the system to do its articulation. Or add a command line for the include base directory...
I am just trying to make a boot sector and run into stupid headaches of things try to be and never learn from the basic functionality of other common tools that made the what they were...
Joined: 24 Mar 2012
Location: Russian Federation, Sochi
see FASM1+FASMG AllInOne package:
libraries for fasm1 & fasmg realized separatedly: you can move both of them to anywhere you want, and manually change paths in ".ini"`s files accordingly.
If you dislike my variant - realize your own.
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