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shack 19 Sep 2009, 02:43
I typed from dos window "fasm layeredwin.asm".
eror: filenot found
If I copy win32w.inc in the same directory as layeredwin.asm, it skips the error message,
but do I have to copy all the inc files in the working directory or put asm files in the fasmw folder?
Is there any way to set the path?
I set the path in the Environment variables(I am using windows XP) but it doesn't work.
How should I set the path for include files?
layeredwin.asm is a sample file,"trasparent window",http://flatassembler.net/examples.php.
|19 Sep 2009, 02:43||
windwakr 19 Sep 2009, 02:57
Firstly, welcome to the forums! It's always nice to see new people here.
Are you sure you set up the environment variable right? Here's an excerpt from this website on how to do it for FASM.
Just replace "C:\fasm\include" with your fasm include directorys location.
I've attached a picture below of making the variable....Hmmm, now that I look at it, the circling of the "new" button looks VERY unneeded, almost like I'm saying "Hey dummy, this is the new button, durrr"....sorry if it comes across that way. I was just circling THAT new button and not the user one to show that you should create it under system......
Geeze, I've turned a simple reply into this mess.....I am no good at writing out good replies...
Ignore the below(not the picture, the text), it is only for FASMW. It seems you are just using the command prompt version...I should read posts all the way through before replying....:
If you have the latest version of FASM, I think it does it for you. But, if for some reason it doesn't work, add these to fasmw.ini(if it doesn't exist, make it).
Include = c:\fasmw168\include
Replace C:\... with your FASM include folders location.
----> * <---- My star, won HERE
|19 Sep 2009, 02:57||
shack 19 Sep 2009, 04:40
Thanks!! You solved my problem!!
I didn't know the correct way for setting up the path,
I was typing in the "path",didn't make a new system variable.
|19 Sep 2009, 04:40||
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