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Tomasz Grysztar



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Tomasz Grysztar 07 Dec 2003, 23:44
The awaited 1.50 release is now available to download from http://flatassembler.net/ - with all those new features like support for .res files, align directive, ` operator and new behaviour of "defined" condition.
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comrade 08 Dec 2003, 05:34
Thank you very much!

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JohnFound 08 Dec 2003, 07:09
Great!
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silkodyssey 08 Dec 2003, 08:25
Early Christmas present? Smile

Are there any changes to the include files? I mean have any of the macros been updated?

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silkodyssey 08 Dec 2003, 09:18
Code:
 
invoke  RegisterClassEx,  addr .wc
    


Using fasm 1.49 with win32ax.inc this compiled but with v 1.50 I get an invalid use of symbol error. What am I doing wrong?

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evil__donkey 08 Dec 2003, 09:29
perhaps the period before wc (.). privalov are the compiler documents coming soon?

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silkodyssey 08 Dec 2003, 11:04
wc is declared as a local variable that's why is has the dot.

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proc WinMain, hInst,hPrevInst,CmdLine,CmdShow
        .wc WNDCLASSEX
        .msg MSG
        .hwnd dd ?   
    

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Vortex 08 Dec 2003, 11:24
The documentation doesn't have any explanation about the ` operator.

Thanks for the new release.

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evil__donkey 08 Dec 2003, 11:31
thank you silky. so this is unlike masm wherein we use the local directive. haven't gone through the entire documentation yet but i hope to learn from the fasm source. oh and yes there was something in the board about the ` operator in this very subforum. try searching.

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Tomasz Grysztar 08 Dec 2003, 13:29
Vortex: look in the section 2.3.3
silkodyssey: oh, there still was one little mistake - I'm fixing it now.
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silkodyssey 08 Dec 2003, 13:48
Privalov,

Well that explains it Very Happy, I looked at the pushd and the invoke macro and I saw no changes from the previous include files so I had no idea why it was not working. Smile

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Tomasz Grysztar 08 Dec 2003, 13:54
It's fixed now.
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comrade 08 Dec 2003, 15:13
What was the problem?

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Tomasz Grysztar 08 Dec 2003, 16:10
One instruction removed by mistake that wasn't to be removed. Wink
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Manos 08 Dec 2003, 19:20
OK Privalov.

Congratulations.
Now I 'll continue to building FasmStudio.

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TronDoc 09 Dec 2003, 00:23
I don't know what is wrong.
I had no problems with v1.49,
now with v1.50 I get:
Compile
Error: File not found

Display:
Instruction:
Source: BEER.ASM [6]

line 6 is:
include '%fasminc%\win32a.inc'

and my FASMW.INI has:
[Environment]
Include=F:\APPS\!PROG\!FASM\INCLUDE
Question

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JohnFound 09 Dec 2003, 00:54
TronDoc wrote:

include '%fasminc%\win32a.inc'

and my FASMW.INI has:
[Environment]
Include=F:\APPS\!PROG\!FASM\INCLUDE
Question


You have to change "Include" to "fasminc" in your fasmw.ini file.
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TronDoc 09 Dec 2003, 02:46
Question hmmm....was that a change that I missed Question
...but thanks; it worked Exclamation
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eet_1024 08 Jan 2004, 00:32
What changes have you made to the formatter?

I'm glad to see the optimization in the enter macro.
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Tomasz Grysztar 08 Jan 2004, 11:35
You're the first one who noticed that change in the "enter" macro. Wink
As for the formatter, there were mainly changes in object formatters to support alignments correctly, and also some small fixes were made to PE formatter in the way to allow developing Win32 drivers with fasm (I've just realized that I forgot to document the new "WDM" setting for the "format PE" directive; I'll have to fix it during the next documentation update), there were some threads about it in the "Windows" forum (for standard NT-based Win32 driver you use "format PE native DLL", and for WDM driver you use "format PE native WDM DLL"). And, of course, the new "resource from file" feature is the new addition to formatter.
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