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UgaBuga



Joined: 11 May 2005
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UgaBuga
First, I want to say Hi! to everybody here Smile
Second, I am a newbie and I am sorry if this question might seem stupid Smile

I compiled some projects from the examples with FRESH and everything ran smooth, but I can't understand how this could be - I didn't set anywhere something like 'compiler path' pointing to fasm.exe. Therefore I assume that FASM is integrated in FRESH by default, but the fresh executable is only 209KB, isn't it too small to have an itegrated FASM ? Where is the catch ?

Thank you for reading this question Smile
Post 11 May 2005, 03:37
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JohnFound



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UgaBuga wrote:
Therefore I assume that FASM is integrated in FRESH by default, but the fresh executable is only 209KB, isn't it too small to have an itegrated FASM ? Where is the catch ?


There is no catch. Smile FASM compiler is integrated inside Fresh in order to avoid any "paths problems" and in order to implement some features not possible if FASM is external program.
The size is not so little - 290k is big enough to contain FASM and Editor.

Regards
Post 11 May 2005, 05:47
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UgaBuga



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UgaBuga
I see now, maybe I am too often faced with large windows executables so I got used to them. anyway, thanks for the fast response Smile
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