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Dr.X



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Dr.X
When fasmw encounters a line like:
include "%fasminc%/someFile.inc"
I get an error saying "invalad argument"
I looked at the ini file in the fasmw directory and there is an entry for "path=" but it's blank. I tried placing the path to fasmw in there and also tried the path for fasmw152\include but still get the error.
Confused
Any ideas?

thanks all.
Dr.X
Post 23 Apr 2004, 21:10
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coconut



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coconut
thats looking for an enviroment variable. right click my computer, goto advanced, click enviroment variables, top listbox create a new variable "FASMINC" set the value to your include folder, eg "d:\fasmw\include" - no trailing backslash. that works for win2k/xp unsure about win98


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Post 23 Apr 2004, 21:13
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Dr.X



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I thought during installation of fasmw, it would set the env. vars. it needed. But now that you mention it, I don't think fasmw was "installed". I seem to remember unzipping it to the directory I wanted. So that's definately the solution.

...how embareskin Embarassed

Thank you Coconut.

Dr.X
Post 23 Apr 2004, 21:19
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Please read the section 1.1.1 of FASM.PDF
Post 23 Apr 2004, 21:21
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Dr.X



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Quote:

Please read the section 1.1.1 of FASM.PDF

Ha! I _knew_ I shouldn't have deleted that file!
Just kidding. Laughing

Thanks. I'll remember to check it next time I have a dumb question.

Dr.X
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coconut



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coconut
lol dr!
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