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xellos



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xellos
so it can find the files etc when compilling
Post 17 Jan 2014, 21:22
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AsmGuru62



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Once you download the FASM package:
FASM.PDF file - page 8, I think.
It explains how to set up the INCLUDE environment variable.
Post 17 Jan 2014, 21:52
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tthsqe



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This is the first question I had about fasm too. It should set the 'include' directory on first launch. If you want to change the 'include' directory, modify the entry in the .ini file.
Post 17 Jan 2014, 21:54
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tthsqe wrote:
This is the first question I had about fasm too. It should set the 'include' directory on first launch. If you want to change the 'include' directory, modify the entry in the .ini file.
The .ini file is only relevant for the IDE fasmw.exe. For the command line fasm.exe you need to set your INCLUDE environment variable to use the included macros without modification. Otherwise nothing is needed to be done if you use absolute paths for all file based operations (FILE and INCLUDE).
Post 18 Jan 2014, 02:27
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tthsqe wrote:
This is the first question I had about fasm too. It should set the 'include' directory on first launch. If you want to change the 'include' directory, modify the entry in the .ini file.


oh thank you! now I know why it works at home and not at work.
I used it at home made some hello world apps. then I made a zip of
the whole folder and wasn't able to use it at work.
the ini file was guilty, which was included in my zip file... thank you!
Post 21 Jan 2014, 17:43
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