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biafran



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I am trying to write a program with FASM using GTK+ for the GUI(say a simple Calculator), i wonder if someone can guide me on how to create include files for FASM,
i have tried to search around but the examples i found are quite old and can not compile.

I am really new to FASM so thanks for all your anticipated assistance.

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Post 16 Mar 2013, 14:57
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I wrote a simple tutorial Cross OS app for Linux/Windows using GTK : http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/topic/292403-nasm-cross-os-app-for-linuxwindows-using-gtk/

It uses NASM, but it should get you going.

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Post 16 Mar 2013, 17:14
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biafran



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ok. checking it out.
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@blafran,say if it worked for you.
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Post 23 Mar 2013, 16:57
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biafran



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Well it did compile but i only needed to look at the source and see how stuffs were arranged.
When i try to close the program though it crashes.
The fasm-gtk examples by Pelaillo is more like it, just plain assembly and fasm too.
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