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I added two new targets for fasmg. They are it "Adam" and "Flat". "Flat" is true flat memory model with relocations. "Adam" is false flat memory model without relocations. Both are working in the protected mode and D3XX dos extender. This dos extender you can download from http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=14416.
maybe Tomasz add this code to fasmg.
Good luck!

Filename: ADAM.7z
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smaller is better

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Post 12 Nov 2015, 22:22
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Tomasz Grysztar

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Thank you for this nice demonstration, it has an additional sentimental value for me, because "Adam" was in fact the format that my first assembler used. But later I switched from DOS32 to my own extender which used a RIFF-like format of my design, and the first versions of fasm (it was my second assembler) were using that specific format instead, before I dropped integrated extender altogether.

I think that maybe we should create some kind of collaboration hub (repository at least) for the third-party projects based on fasm g. In the basic distribution (and my private repository) I plan to keep only the few basic examples I made. The larger collection that would include others' projects might include much more work to be properly maintained, so I prefer to limit myself only to maintaining the core and basic examples. On the other hand, the attempts of a similar approach to fasm 1 development apparently failed.
Post 25 Nov 2015, 17:03
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