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vbVeryBeginner



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vbVeryBeginner
hi,
i wish to ask one question.

assuming we are doing a format PE GUI 4.0 application.
and we write a proc that we didn't use, so in your oppinion, "Does FASM assembles your 'idle proc' into final app or not?"

any idea to force the fasm to assembles the idel proc?

sincerely,
sulaiman chang
Post 04 Nov 2004, 10:54
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pelaillo
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pelaillo
An unused proc is not assembled due to the proc macro, created to do it that way.

To fool the macro, you could do something like:

YourIdleProc = 1

anywhere on the code
Post 04 Nov 2004, 12:39
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revolution
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revolution
The "proc" macro has the "if used" line. You can create your own version of the proc macro and remove the "if used name" and "end if" lines.
Post 04 Nov 2004, 22:02
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JohnFound



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JohnFound
Or simply to create something like:
Code:
virtual at 0
  call YourProc   ; now the procedure is "used" and will be compiled.
end virtual
    


Regards
Post 06 Nov 2004, 11:16
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