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tthsqe



Joined: 20 May 2009
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tthsqe
Hi,
I am new to assembly programming an am looking for a way to experiment with assembly code. However, I have the following problem:
When I go to compile the beer.asm example, I get an error messages that says "file not found", and the include 'win32a.inc' line gets highlighted. I have this file in the "include" folder that came with the compiler. Any ideas?
Post 20 May 2009, 16:50
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revolution
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revolution
You need to set your environment variable:

set include=c:\yourPath\include
Post 20 May 2009, 17:01
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SFeLi



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SFeLi
Better add the following to your fasmw.ini:
Code:
[Environment]
INCLUDE=c:\yourPath\include
    
Post 20 May 2009, 17:24
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tthsqe



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tthsqe
thanks, got it to work
Post 20 May 2009, 17:27
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r22



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r22
FASMW.EXE should add
Code:
[Environment] 
INCLUDE=c:\yourPath\include 
;;replacing c:\yourpath with the current executable's path
    

To it's own INI, it should be done by default.

Having the default behavior of "NOT" generating a compile error when you just download and unzip FASMW for the first time would probably be a "GOOD" idea.
Post 20 May 2009, 19:45
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Madis731



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Madis731
Yeah, I've always wondered why this was manual. Actually many programs (Perfmon, HWMonitor from cpuid.com) initialize the *.ini file with some default values. Its a rather easy inclusion 1) get CurrentDir 2) squirt it into the init...

or not?
Post 20 May 2009, 20:55
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


Joined: 06 May 2005
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Quote:

1) get CurrentDir

Better "GetModuleFileName(NULL, ..." as may happen that FASMW is launched with a different current directory than where it is installed.
Post 20 May 2009, 21:11
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