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msmith



Joined: 22 Jun 2003
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msmith
Is it possible to assemble the console version of fasm so that it is a callable DLL?

One of the most important considerations would be whether it could be invoked multiple times after being loaded (initialization issues).
Post 17 Jan 2005, 20:57
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vid
Verbosity in development


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vid
yes Smile

(too bad nobody have done it yet)
Post 17 Jan 2005, 21:22
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Tomasz Grysztar
It should be easy to adapt the FASM.INC from the FASMW to become a DLL - it can be invoked multiple times without any problem.
Post 17 Jan 2005, 22:39
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beppe85



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Yes, I will love it. Would be nice too if fasm.dll accepts an internal buffer instead of filename.asm.
Post 18 Jan 2005, 10:15
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Madis731



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Madis731
WOW! You mean that is is possible to make ASM scriptable??? WOW Very Happy
You can make a program that accepts plugins as ASM-code and then you can just call FASM.dll to assemble them Wink nice trick!
Post 18 Jan 2005, 13:58
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beppe85



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beppe85
No more than already. You can spawn FASM.exe passing the file to compile, listen to its results, and map in the output.
Post 18 Jan 2005, 16:01
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f0dder



Joined: 19 Feb 2004
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f0dder
Doing in-memory operations is cleaner, and it will be faster, even if windows does a good job of caching, and has the FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TEMPORARY flag.
Post 18 Jan 2005, 18:05
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beppe85



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Yes, I prefer component-based reuse instead of that *nix pipes. You can do, its just a matter of taste.
Post 18 Jan 2005, 20:16
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