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ouadji



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ouadji

here is a file attachment ... testest.asm.

This file compiles without problems with FASM,
but does not compile with FASMW (original version 1.69.14)

but ...

if you remove a single character, then this file also compiles with fasmw.
For example, you remove the last character of this file ...
last line: "1234" ---> "123"
with "1234": Does not compile with fasmw (out of memory)
with "123": compiles without problems with fasmw.

(XP Pro sp3 - 4G0)
again, with fasm no problem, the problem occurs only with fasmW
this is amazing ! why ?

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Post 06 Jul 2010, 08:39
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edemko



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It depends on the amount of memory fasmw.exe uses(Options -> Compiles setup...).
I do not work with fasm.exe so cannot say his default memory occupation size.
Post 06 Jul 2010, 08:53
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Quote:
Options -> Compiles setup
it's ok now ! (thank you edemko)

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