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Tomasz Grysztar



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Now available in the Download section.

One small feature with # operator added (see http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=2094&highlight=55 for details) and documentation got a small update (the macro features added in recent versions are finally documented).


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Post 27 Aug 2004, 21:09
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Tommy



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Could you show an example of the new "# feature"?

Thanks!
Post 28 Aug 2004, 08:48
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Tomasz Grysztar



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It is already used in the updated win32ax includes in fasmw package:
Code:
macro allow_nesting
{ macro pushd arg
  _%
     if arg eq
     else if  _##arg  eq _invoke arg
      arg
     else
      pushd arg
     end if %_
  macro invoke proc,[arg]
  _% _common_ allow_nesting
     _reverse_ pushd <arg>
     _common_ call [proc]
              push eax
              purge pushd
              purge _invoke %_ }    

The same thing was previously done with double "fix". For more info see the updated section 2.3.3 of manual.
Post 28 Aug 2004, 09:38
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Tommy



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Okey! Cool Thanks! I see!
Post 28 Aug 2004, 10:18
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Matrix



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If you have nothing to do in the near future with your Flat Assembler, ( all current problems solved etc... ), could you make Flat Assembler support other architectures? I'd be glad to program my microcontrollers with your assembler.
its not a big thing: they often have 33 to 130 instructions, i'm using Tasm now for it, it has a few microcontroller instruction sets in seperate datafiles (text), also it whould be a great thing if Fasm could compile code for PIC microcontrollers too Smile .
Today very much people are developing softwares on microcontrollers, they are like a micro computer,it has ports, registers, counters, even interrupts, some has flash memory, its primary purpose is controlling complex machines, although they can be used for flashing a sort led's like i did in my night rider running lights with AT89C2051 .
I don't want to disturb you with my requests, its moreimportant to make your assembler be the best Smile
MATRIX
Post 06 Sep 2004, 19:51
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Matrix



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Hy Privalov,
exe compiled with Fasmw 1.55 smaller than 64 bytes tells : Error executing program, is it a feature?
MATRIX
Post 08 Sep 2004, 02:25
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roticv



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How did u get the exe to be smaller than 64 bytes with fasm? Can post the code and exe?
Post 08 Sep 2004, 02:39
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Matrix



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roticv wrote:
How did u get the exe to be smaller than 64 bytes with fasm? Can post the code and exe?

Very Happy of course, here you are 63 bytes
format MZ
org 256
mov ax,4c00h
int 21h
times 26 push es

or if u like nop better :
format MZ
org 256
mov ax,4c00h
int 21h
times 26 nop

if you add 1 more to the times it will be 64 bytes, and the exe will run without problems
MATRIX
Post 08 Sep 2004, 02:57
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roticv



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It works fine on my XP.
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roticv wrote:
It works fine on my XP.

then it must have been the win98 se
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Post 08 Sep 2004, 05:22
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decard



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It doesn't work on both Win98 and WinME, proably 95 too.
Post 08 Sep 2004, 13:26
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Tomasz Grysztar



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It does work in Win95/98, but only when you start it from the command line window.
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quiveror



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I think there's one little mistake in file win32ax.inc as I cant assemble the example below
Code:
include '%fasminc%/win32ax.inc'

.code
  start:
  invoke  ExitProcess, \
     < \
     invoke  MessageBox, \
                      < invoke GetTopWindow,0>, \
                  "Hi! I'm the example program!", \
                       "Win32 Assembly", \
                      < \
                     invoke  MessageBox, \
                              < invoke GetTopWindow,0>, \
                          "Hi! There!", \
                          "I am FIRST", \
                          MB_OK \
                    > \
     >
.end start
    

the original is something like :-
Code:
macro allow_nesting
{      ; blah...
              purge _invoke %_ }

include 'win32a.inc'

allow_nesting

macro invoke proc,[arg]
{    ; blah...    }

macro pushd first,[more]
{    ; blah...    }
    

And after I rearrage those code to :-
Code:
macro allow_nesting
{      ; blah...
              purge invoke %_ }

include 'win32a.inc'

macro pushd first,[more]
{    ; blah...    }

allow_nesting

macro invoke proc,[arg]
{    ; blah...    }
    

Then everything assemble OK. is this a bug or i probably miss out something Shocked
Post 10 Sep 2004, 17:06
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Tomasz Grysztar



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You're right, there was a mistake with order during the rearranging of macros.
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mike.dld



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Hi, Privalov!

Is there a simple way to include option for defining parameters string to pass to the application when I press F9 (FASMW)? If you don't planning to include this into the official package, please write it here for me (and maybe some others).
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