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BiDark



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BiDark
Hello Tomasz,


I forgot what it's called, include files that will modify Fasm to save intermediate code of preprocessor,paser stages etc. I need one to suite with Fasmw 1.51 hehe.

Where can I get it? Thanks.
Post 06 Mar 2004, 02:37
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BiDark



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BiDark
I found it here http://board.win32asmcommunity.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=10289

Is it up-to-date or suitable with Fasmw?
Post 07 Mar 2004, 02:37
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vid
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privalov: i think you really could add some control switch to generate preprocessed file. People could also save compilation time by preprocessing already done module file once and them including it.

Just something like
fasm --pre src.asm dest.asm
which won't compile, just write buffer in which preprocessed file is stored to disk
Post 07 Mar 2004, 14:10
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Tomasz Grysztar
I won't make it official, as the internal formats are still changing sometimes.
Post 07 Mar 2004, 14:46
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