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mindcooler



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mindcooler
I took this from the manual, but I can't get it to work, how can I choose between a debug and release version?

Code:
                DEBUG   = TRUE
                match   =TRUE, DEBUG {include 'importd.s'} <-- does not get included    

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Post 04 Sep 2010, 19:34
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You need to use 'equ'.
Code:
DEBUG equ TRUE    
Post 05 Sep 2010, 00:08
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mindcooler



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All right.

How do I do the converse, do something when DEBUG is undefined for example?
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If DEBUG has never been defined:
Code:
match =DEBUG,DEBUG { ... }    
Post 05 Sep 2010, 01:01
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mindcooler



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Thanks. Can I use this inside macros to make them behave differently according to DEBUG? I tried with my import macro, but fasm didn't like it.

Code:
macro import [dll,functions]
{
   dd 0,0,0,dll#.name-imgbase,dll#.iat-imgbase
common
   dd 5 dup 0
   idata.size = $-idata
match   =TRUE, DEBUG {
forward
   dll#.ilt: irp function,functions
   \{
      dd function\#.name-imgbase
   \}
   dd 0
}
forward
   dll#.iat: irp function,functions
   \{
      function: dd function\#.name-imgbase
   \}
   dd 0
forward
   dll#.name: db `dll,0
forward
   irp function, functions
   \{  <--- Error: unexpected characters, or undefined symbols when i escape the brackets
      align 2
      function\#.name: dw 0
      db \`function,0
   \}
}    
Post 05 Sep 2010, 09:08
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revolution
Remember to escape the {} used by match
Code:
macro {
  match \{
    irp \\{
      ;...
    \\}
  \}
}    
Post 05 Sep 2010, 09:16
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mindcooler



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mindcooler
Awesome, I forgot to escape the # in there.

It makes an awful clutter, perhaps it's best to make separate imports instead.
Post 05 Sep 2010, 23:38
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