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revolution
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sleepsleep wrote:
i wrote something lately.
http://intoai.blogspot.com
Note that fasm uses the "include" name, not "fasminc".
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Unfortunatelly...
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sleepsleep
hahaha. I think no harm with fasminc right?
Just dont want to be same like c..
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sleepsleep wrote:
hahaha. I think no harm with fasminc right?
Well it doesn't work with "fasminc" unless you change the name in "tables.inc" and recompile fasm/w
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revo, huhuhu, what doesn't work?
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fasm won't be able to find the includes. fasm only looks for includes from the "INCLUDE" environment variable. "FASMINC" is wrong because no program is looking there.
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sleepsleep
u mean fasm assembler or the provided fasm editor?
I am kinda confuse...
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This only affects the assembler. But the editor (FASMW) uses the assembler also.

If you don't believe me, then just try it. Remove all the fasm paths from your "INCLUDE" variable and use only "FASMINC" and watch as the assembler complains about not being able to find WIN32AX.INC.
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sleepsleep
i don't have "INCLUDE" environment variables.
and i use only the defined "FASMINC", and it works....

and i really confuse right now,,, huhuuu
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Perhaps all of your files are in the same folder. Put your asm file in a different folder and test.

Anyhow, look at "TABLES.INC" and you will see the name of the environment variable.
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sleepsleep wrote:
i don't have "INCLUDE" environment variables.
and i use only the defined "FASMINC", and it works....

and i really confuse right now,,, huhuuu

You're using include "%fasminc%/win32a.inc". Fasm expands environment variables and that's why it works. Revolution is talking about include 'win32a.inc' case. Don't you think it is much simpler?
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Couldn't you just use fix to define fasminc as include, or is include processed b4 fix?
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Hm, it is strange to have "INCLUDE" environment variable hard coded in the source. I didn't noticed it till now...

It is not documented as well:

Quote:
The quoted path can contain environment variables enclosed within %
characters, they will be replaced with their values inside the path, both the
\ and / characters are allowed as a path separators. If no absolute path
is given, the file is first searched for in the directory containing file which
included it and when it’s not found there, in the directory containing the
main source file (the one specified in command line). These rules concern
also paths given with the file directive.


Note1: The hard coded "%include%" does not concerns "file" directive.
Note2: This topic turned to the "compiler internals" forum section... Smile
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Tyler wrote:
Couldn't you just use fix to define fasminc as include, or is include processed b4 fix?
No. %include% is implicit and hidden, you can't fix invisible stuff.
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JohnFound, it is documented in 1.1.1 System requirements.
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SFeLi wrote:
JohnFound, it is documented in 1.1.1 System requirements.


No, it is not: http://flatassembler.net/docs.php?article=manual#1.1.1
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Hmm. I was talking about a PDF from Win32 package. Didn't know that there are differences in documentation. Confused
FASM.pdf wrote:
The example source provided with this version require you have environment variable INCLUDE set to the path of the include directory, which is the part of flat assembler package.
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If you don’t define the INCLUDE environment variable properly, you will have to manually provide the full path to the Win32 includes in every program you want to compile.
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SFeLi wrote:
Hmm. I was talking about a PDF from Win32 package. Didn't know that there are differences in documentation. Confused


Neither I. But, the text from 1.1.1 means (for me) simply that all examples use "%include%" environment variable in it's sources. This text tells nothing about the behaviour of "include" directive, that uses %include% as it's default directory, even if the variable %include% does not exists in the source.

Anyway, we have to wait a little for some comment from Tomasz.
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in winasm studio i made %FASMINC% optionally autogenerated from path to fasm.exe. you can do the same in fasmw (or other IDE) to not spend much time on this question Wink if you will refuse of FASMINC, anyway you will meet it all the time in various sources of other authors, so what you will prefer? to refuse of them? to edit all of them? or to be able to ignore this difference forever? Wink

regards!
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IIRC, FASMW takes value for INCLUDE from some INI file.
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