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Imagist



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I have been programming for a while, and just recently got interested in programming using ASM. When I downloaded ASM (I'm using Windows XP) I installed it in the default directory and all that. I then tested it out using the example program, "BEER." The application file worked just fine, but when I opened the ASM file and tried to compile it, I got stuck on the following line:

Code:
include '%fasminc%\win32a.inc'
    


Assuming that this was the equivalent of #include in C++, I changed it to:

Code:
include 'C:\Program Files\fasmw152\INCLUDE\win32a.inc'
    


(That is the path to the win32a.inc file where I installed it) Now it compiles and runs without causing an error. However, when I run it from the fasmw editor, all I see is a dialog box with a progress bar flicker on and off too fast for me to read. If I run the application that was created, I get absolutely nothing. What am I doing wrong?

Try and keep it simple, given I have only used C++ and Java before.

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Post 17 Jun 2004, 04:47
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i-don



Joined: 18 Jul 2003
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i-don
Open an fasmw.INI in the directory of fasmw.exe and add the following lines:

Code:
[Environment]
FasmInc=C:\Program Files\fasmw152\INCLUDE
Include=C:\Program Files\fasmw152\INCLUDE
    


Include= line added in-case you step over on older fasm source codes.

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Post 17 Jun 2004, 06:42
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Thanks! It's all working now.
Post 18 Jun 2004, 19:37
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