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jInuQ



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I was wondering if doing macros for the sys calls would be useful to anyone else.
I just started implementing them but I think it could be a good way to make things easier.

Any thoughts?

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Post 28 Jun 2003, 22:00
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bazik



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Macros would be nice, documentation even nicer. I had that on my todo list, but dropped the idea after I got to the joy of GTK programming in FASM Smile

Can you give an example what layout of macros you think of?
Post 31 Jul 2003, 11:52
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jInuQ



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Here is what I have so far. Not sure if this is the best idea or not. Still tring to figure out how the hell some of these work.


Description: Current ( Sat Aug 2 2003 ) syscall macros.
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Filename: linux_syscall.tar.gz
Filesize: 3.41 KB
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Post 03 Aug 2003, 06:43
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Freejack



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Check out

[url]http://isforth.clss.net[/url] The isforth page(all done in Assembler) for some tips on how to handle 'em.

Anything in particular your have trouble with?

Freejack
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jInuQ



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Thanks for the information. Will have to rumage throught the sources.

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Post 13 Sep 2003, 06:51
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rob.rice



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there is a whole set of syscall macros already done for nasm
thay just need to be ported over to fasm

not just for linux but about 9 flavors of nix
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jInuQ



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Do you happen to know off hand where one might acquire these macros?

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Post 23 Dec 2003, 07:15
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rob.rice



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jInuQ wrote:
Do you happen to know off hand where one might acquire these macros?


yes there at http://linuxassembly.org
in with the asmutils project source code

sorry for not telling you sooner but I don't get around here that much
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jInuQ



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Thanks sir.

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