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dunkaist



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dunkaist 16 Jan 2024, 23:11
Hi Tomasz,

Here is the minimized example that crashes the listing tool.
Code:
$ cat pew.asm 
db 0,1

repeat 2
  load a byte from %-1
  if a = 1
    break
  end if
  db a
end repeat

$ fasm pew.asm pew.bin -s pew.fas
flat assembler  version 1.73.32  (16384 kilobytes memory, x64)
1 passes, 3 bytes.

$ listing pew.fas pew.fas.lst
Segmentation fault (core dumped)    

Thank you
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revolution 17 Jan 2024, 20:32
This temporary fix solves the above crash for that code. But might still need more work to fix it for all cases.
Code:
diff LISTING.INC LISTING-proposed-fix.INC 
168c168
<       jz      no_code_listing
---
>       jbe     no_code_listing    
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dunkaist



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dunkaist 05 Feb 2024, 01:06
Works for me, thank you!
Perhaps, I should learn how to get listings and symbols in fasmg and switch to it finally.
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Tomasz Grysztar 27 Feb 2024, 10:57
dunkaist wrote:
Works for me, thank you!
Perhaps, I should learn how to get listings and symbols in fasmg and switch to it finally.
In the following month I hope to arrange some live streams and/or recordings to demonstrate fasmgw and fasm2, this could be a good starting point.

But it should also be easy to try out for yourself. Get the latest fasm2 preview (from the Download page), launch fasmgw, open its own source code (source/ide/windows/fasmgw.asm) and add the line:
Code:
include 'listing.inc'    
anywhere where you want the listing to start. I suggest to place it right before the first section definition. Compile as usual and you should get the fasmgw.lst file in the same directory. Or, if you're on Linux, use fasm2 script to assemble any of the sources with such line added.
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macomics



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macomics 27 Feb 2024, 12:35
When trying to compile fasm2 from the sources for linux i386 and linux x86_64, I get this error.
Code:
calculate@fasm2-2024-02-27/source/linux$ env INCLUDE="/home/macomics/fasm2-2024-02-27/include/;" fasmg fasmg.asm
flat assembler  version g.kcgn
fasmg.asm [2] /home/macomics/fasm2-2024-02-27/include/macro/struct.inc [67]:
        asm err 'value too long to fit in ',field
Processed: asm err 'value too long to fit in ',field
Error: unexpected instruction.

calculate@fasm2-2024-02-27/source/linux$ cd x64
calculate@fasm2-2024-02-27/source/linux/x64$ env INCLUDE="~/fasm2-2024-02-27/include/;" fasmg fasmg.asm
flat assembler  version g.kcgn
Error: could not generate code within the allowed number of passes.
fasmg.asm [14] /home/macomics/fasm2-2024-02-27/include/macro/struct.inc [67]:
        asm err 'value too long to fit in ',field
Processed: asm err 'value too long to fit in ',field
Error: unexpected instruction.    


ADD: It looks like it was necessary to add -iInclude\ \'fasm2\'
Code:
calculate@fasm2-2024-02-27/source/linux/x64$ env INCLUDE="~/fasm2-2024-02-27/include/;" fasmg -iInclude\ \'fasm2\' fasmg.asm
flat assembler  version g.kcgn
5 passes, 0.7 seconds, 70657 bytes.    
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Tomasz Grysztar 27 Feb 2024, 12:49
Read my previous post carefully, I mentioned that you're supposed to use the fasm2 script.
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macomics



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macomics 27 Feb 2024, 13:34
Quote:
Read my previous post carefully, I mentioned that you're supposed to use the fasm2 script.
That's what I did, that's why I wrote about the need to add a key

ADD: What about adding a startup option to fasmw/fasmgw 'run in the debugging program', which can be activated or deactivated to work by flag? At the same time, when the flag is set and F9 is pressed, the debugging program is started and the name of the program received after compilation is specified.

It will need to add another string to the settings file with the path to the debugging program, and possibly a dialog box for configuring it, or add several fields to an existing dialog box.
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Tomasz Grysztar 27 Feb 2024, 14:31
macomics wrote:
Quote:
Read my previous post carefully, I mentioned that you're supposed to use the fasm2 script.
That's what I did, that's why I wrote about the need to add a key
The bash script does that automatically, there shouldn't be a need to add anything.
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