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JM1130



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JM1130
I am new to assembly programming and recently downloaded fasm 1.69.34 for windows. I had the 1.69.31 version before. When i try to use files such as 'win32axp.inc' with the include instruction before it, it gives me a 'file not found' error. What am I doing wrong?
Post 28 Oct 2011, 23:28
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Enko



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Enko
you should edit FASMW.INI
Code:
[Environment]
Include=C:\fasm\INCLUDE
    

Put in Include, the directory where INCLUDE folder is located

The other option is to add to windows enviorment variable PATH the include directory.
Post 28 Oct 2011, 23:40
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edfed



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edfed
on fasmw 1.69.31, and now fasmw 1.69.34:
Code:
[environment]
include=c:/fool
include=c:/fasmw/include
    

it doesn't work, it don't give a simple way to build a fasm full working environment.

later, i'd like to add
Code:
include=c:/opengl
include=c:/etc...
    

but environment seems to just use the first include= occurence.

that's would be really nice to let it work, in order to include files from many different librairies, without bothering where they are. Smile
Post 29 Oct 2011, 01:56
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Tomasz Grysztar



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This is an environment variable, the fact that you are able to set it up from .INI file is just for your convenience, but still the same rules apply, as for the environment variables.
INCLUDE variable is semicolon-separated, as this is standard for such environment variables:
Code:
[Environment]
include=c:/fasmw/include;c:/opengl    
Post 29 Oct 2011, 08:19
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typedef



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typedef
Here's a program that I made that solves that.

Just put it where your FASM bundle is at and run it. it will update FASMW.INI or create a new one if it does not exist.

NOTE: As of FASM 16931 (But works with current one)

Code:
format pe gui 4.0

entry start

include 'win32ax.inc'

section '.blob' code readable executable writeable

path rb 100h
ini  db 'INCLUDE'
buff rb 110h
iniFile rb 100h

key db 'Include',0
env db 'Environment',0

start:
 push path
   push 100h
   call [GetCurrentDirectory]

      ;ini file section
   cinvoke wsprintf,buff,'%s\INCLUDE',path    ;OK

       ;ini file location
  cinvoke wsprintf,iniFile,'%s\FASMW.INI',path ;OK

     ;Attempt a fix
      invoke WritePrivateProfileString,env,key,buff,iniFile
ret

section '.idata' import data readable

library user32,'user32.dll',\
 kernel32,'kernel32.dll'

include 'api/kernel32.inc'
include 'api/user32.inc'
    
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