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BiDark



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Hi all!,

I need old Fasm versions (around 1.3x) to create PE signs.
Does anybody has it? Rolling Eyes

Thanks.
Post 23 Jul 2003, 10:27
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Tomasz Grysztar
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I guess that you need to have filled the code/data size fields in COFF-like part of PE header, because this is the only feature of PE formatter that was present in old fasm releases, but is no longer supported (I've removed it, because it was causing too many interpretational problems).
I've got a small archive on the old fasm server, so you can look there: http://fasm.sourceforge.net/archive/. But it has a large gap between the versions 1.09 and 1.37 - I'm afraid that all the releases in the middle have been lost. If anyone has got some release of number between those two, please send it to me, so I can fill the gaps in the archive.
Post 23 Jul 2003, 10:57
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BiDark



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Actually I'm creating PE signs for 'PE Sniffer' utility of NEOx (which used for analyze the appications what compiler/assembler they have been compiled/assembled), so I need the old to compare with the new one. Smile

About the code/data size is doesn't matter for Fasm I think (coz Fasm is so flexsible that allows multiple code data section and calculating their size is so headache IMO).

Anyway, thank you. Smile


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Post 23 Jul 2003, 11:29
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BiDark



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The fist version I have used is 0.9 (there's no PE formatter yet), really have nothing to make me use it but I still like it I don't know why and then I got no Internet connection for a long time till 1.3x version (which is deleted from my machine).

Now It's become my handly assembler. Shocked
Post 23 Jul 2003, 11:51
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Do you still have that 0.9 package? It would be nice to put it into archive, but I've lost it a long time ago.
Post 23 Jul 2003, 12:04
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BiDark



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Oh!, made mistake, actually it's 1.09, sorry hehe. Very Happy
Post 23 Jul 2003, 13:06
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eet_1024



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I've got a few lying around.

Here are 1.13.4 (sources are versioned 1.13.2), 1.13.6 and 1.20. I might have more at home.
Post 23 Jul 2003, 18:28
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Great thanks! I've put them into archive and removed from here - to free the messageboard's space.
Post 24 Jul 2003, 00:08
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BiDark



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Thanks eet_1024.
Post 24 Jul 2003, 03:07
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comrade



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I have since 1.41, but I think that's too recent for your search.

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Post 24 Jul 2003, 04:10
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Vortex



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Privalov,

Thanks for the archive.

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Post 24 Jul 2003, 10:35
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Joshua



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Quote:
http://fasm.sourceforge.net/archive/


Cannot find server...
Post 24 Jul 2003, 20:52
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Tomasz Grysztar
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And that's one of the main reason why I've moved away from there. Wink
Maybe I'll move the archive to the new server...
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scientica
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privalov wrote:
And that's one of the main reason why I've moved away from there. Wink
Maybe I'll move the archive to the new server...

I hopre you mean move as in the mnemonic mov (which "copies" the src to dst). I've learned this the hard way: better keep one too many backup than one too few. (thus keep the archive at sf and copy it to the new server (using sf as backup))

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axm



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I have v1.30 beta
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