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retro



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retro
hi, i was using fasm for a while but then this error suddenly came up and i gave up on using it, but now i tried to try to use it again, but this same error appears in any, i repeat, ANY assembly file, except for the fasm source code, and so far i haven't found any solution on the internet. i'm using the latest version, 1.73.29, i was using 1.73.28 before but the same error was showing up, and i don't have the faintest idea of what's causing this error. i'm guessing using an older version would work, but i'm too lazy to try each version of fasm.
Post 20 Feb 2022, 21:14
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macomics



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Check that all blocks are closed correctly until the end of the source file (curly brackets are meant). The blocks closed by end <name> should be closed to the end of the entire source text. There may also be a \ character at the end of one of the source text files, but the line is incomplete.
Post 20 Feb 2022, 22:28
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
The easiest way to get the "error: unexpected end of file." is to have a trailing backslash on the last line
Code:
\ ; <--- error: unexpected end of file.    
Note the lack of any CR or LF. Then you will get the error.
Post 20 Feb 2022, 22:46
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i already tried that, it didn't work either...
Post 20 Feb 2022, 22:48
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
That applies to all files in the build. So check all your included files also. And their sub-includes. etc.
Post 20 Feb 2022, 22:53
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ah, nevermind, it was one of the include files, i probably changed something in it and then when i put the original include file it worked...
sorry for not realizing a stupid thing lol
Post 20 Feb 2022, 23:33
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Tomasz Grysztar



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This error is quite badly handled by fasm 1, I think I should make it consistent with how fasmg behaves.

Time to make a first new release this year.
Post 21 Feb 2022, 08:37
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