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Tyler Durden



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Tyler Durden
Hi guys, can anyone say to me finally, how to attach that minifmod to fasm proggy ? I'm using uFMOD now, but it's so f*** big Sad the resulting exe size is 58kb (with only 12kb or something acctually code's+resources size.

P.S. Can anyone tell me what that f*** bug with "nop" in the attached template ? If i del it, the proggy stop to execute Sad Please HELP !

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Post 09 May 2005, 13:50
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Vasilev Vjacheslav



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only two things i have:
1. pack it with fsg or upx
2. DON'T USE MUSIC IN PATCHER (imho, it is very irrationally)
Post 10 May 2005, 13:29
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Tyler Durden



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What a nice ideas Smile Or may be... use music in patchers and keygens pack them with fsg and use minifmod some proper way and have 8 kb exe ? As you can see the music iz 7kb icon iz 900b logo is 9kb length... and the uFMOD with fasm is 40kb instead of 5 kb as it's say on fmod.org

P.S. Васильев ты откуда ? Smile и куда ? Smile

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Post 10 May 2005, 16:07
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Quantum



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MiniFMOD adds about 10K, not 5K, as it says on some websites. You need to remove some unused chunks of code using FEXP and compress the resulting exe with UPX/FSG to get 5K of actual footprint.

BTW, uFMOD is almost twice tinier and adds about 5K without any compression. The problem is that uFMOD has not been completely ported to FASM. It beats MiniFMOD only in MASM32 and VC++ so far. The FASM example uses an unoptimized dump. As you can see, there's a minimal.exe, 6K in size, included in the last release. The XM used weights about 2K... Uncompressed exe is exactly 9K!

The uFMOD teem (Asterix, bogrus and your humble servant) is working hard to release a complete FASM version ASAP.
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Tyler Durden



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Спасибо Smile А то я думал это со мной что-то не так Smile

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thefool



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try mew11 as compressor sometimes that is better than fsg.
however with both of them i have had various problems. however try both, and if they dont work try upx. upx always works Smile
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Tyler Durden



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I've got some problems under w2k (and, may be, other OS) with MEW...

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Aster!x



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MEW packed applications not work in win98
Post 25 Jun 2005, 11:23
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Quantum



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Hello, everybody! Happy 2006!

A new uFMOD release is available on WASM.RU. The FASM example has been updated and it's almost 3 times smaller than it was in previous versions. Enjoy!
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rugxulo



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Hey, here's the info (thanks to Babelfish and Google) that you forgot to tell us mere mortals!

P.S. Nice choon, JosSs. Smile

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uFMOD.ZIP by Quantum & Asterix NEW!
MASM/FASM/C | 150.96 kb
uFMOD - these are the most compact library for the qualitative reproduction of audio- resources in size XM. the reproduction of the audio- flow, which can be stored in the separate file, in the resources or it is preliminarily loaded into the memory, it is initiated by the call of only one function. Library uFMOD is extended with the open initial code and examples for MASM32, FASM, Visual C++ and Visual Basic 6. Happy New Year!
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Quantum



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It's about time for a little update:

uFMOD usage examples in fasm finally complete. Resulting exes are no more bigger than original masm ones. A lot of new features Smile

uFMOD official home page: h**p://ufmod.sf.net
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rugxulo



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uFMOD 1.14 released (Apr 20, 2006):

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OS: Win32, Linux, BSD
Sound subsystems: WINMM, DirectX, OSS
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Quantum



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Sound quality improved!
Optional Unicode support.
Added PureBasic support for multiplatform development (Win32 <-> Linux/BSD)
Heavy size optimization.

Download at http://ufmod.sf.net


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f0dder



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Why do you post links as h**p? Spent too much time on warez forums?
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quiveror



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I bet it's more readable with "h++p" Laughing
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Quantum



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2 f0dder:

h**t has nothing to do with warez. Don't you really know it's meaning? You gotta kidding :)
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f0dder



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I've only seen it used at "Bad" places, and I find it very annoying at legitimate places (firefox plugins help, but still).

No, I do not know it's meaning, I think? Why do you use it for 'good' sites? Sorry if I'm stupid Smile
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Quantum



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f0dder wrote:
I've only seen it used at "Bad" places

So, you are the one frequenting warez forums Smile

Many public forums require their posters mangle external urls. This way they avoid people posting adds so that search engines will autoindex their websites.
Post 20 May 2006, 01:05
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Vasilev Vjacheslav



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where is changelog?
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f0dder



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Quantum wrote:
f0dder wrote:
I've only seen it used at "Bad" places

So, you are the one frequenting warez forums Smile

Nah, but I used to hang out at Woodmann's/Fravias board a great deal of years back, which is probably considered a "Bad" place by many people Smile

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Many public forums require their posters mangle external urls. This way they avoid people posting adds so that search engines will autoindex their websites.


Hm, okay. I just find it a bit annoying when I can't directly click a link... guess I should install that "linkify" firefox plugin. Btw it's easy enough for spiders to parse h**p:// and hxxp:// , very minor change to their regex's.

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