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ZenLulz



Joined: 10 Jul 2013
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ZenLulz
Hello FASM community,

I've written a managed wrapper to use FASM compiler from .NET applications.

The goal of this project is the possibility to compile FASM code on the fly from your favorite managed language (C++/CLI, C#, VB.NET).

Here are some features available:

  • Assemble mnemonics on the fly
  • Assemble a file
  • Assemble multiple files
  • Create a instance of the class to assemble your mnemonics code with ease
  • Throw managed and detailed exceptions when compilation errors occur
  • Customize the memory size and the number of pass
  • Get the version of the FASM compiler


Here is an example how Fasm.NET can be used
Code:
string[] mnemonics =
    {
        "use64",
        "mov rax, 1",
        "retn"
    };

byte[] asm = FasmNet.Assemble(mnemonics);
    


The library embeds FASM compiler as a linkable Microsoft COFF object . So, as FASM compiler is built in 32-bit, the managed assembly can only be used within a 32-bit development.

The binaries and the sources are available on my Github repository : https://github.com/ZenLulz/Fasm.NET

I appreciate feedback, idea to improve it or even like on the repo Very Happy

ZenLulz
Post 10 Jul 2013, 14:56
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TmX



Joined: 02 Mar 2006
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TmX
Wow this is so cool Very Happy

BTW, could you provide more samples (esp 32-bit version)?
Post 10 Jul 2013, 18:45
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ZenLulz



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ZenLulz
There are more samples available in the README on Github. Smile

You can use 32-bit exactly like 64-bit (you need to specify use32).
Post 10 Jul 2013, 19:08
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upsurt



Joined: 14 Jan 2014
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upsurt
really great, thank you!
Post 24 Aug 2014, 16:53
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comrade



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comrade
Good job. Hosting binaries and object files in your github repository (Release/*.dll and Fasm.NET/Release/* and Fasm.NET/Fasm.obj) is probably against Github policies. Is there a C interface (lowest common denominator) ?
Post 24 Aug 2014, 21:39
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typedef



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Is FASM ran in memory or on disk?
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sleepsleep
this one is cool!
is that possible for fasm application to call .net dll function?
Post 25 Aug 2014, 14:27
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