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comrade



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comrade
Sorry for being an idiot, but I searched the forum and still could not find any mention/link to old versions of FASM.

Can anyone point me please?

I am in the process of catching up while I was gone, so I am updating all my include files and macros to newest FASM. I need the old FASM versions so I can diff my changes.

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Post 30 Jun 2008, 00:28
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comrade
Never mind, found it here: http://fasm.sourceforge.net/archive/

Looks like this archive is not being maintained though... I don't see 1.65 in there.
Post 30 Jun 2008, 00:31
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comrade
No windows versions there either. Can someone help me find fasmw152.zip?
Post 30 Jun 2008, 00:32
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Quote:
version 1.52
[03-04-2004]
------------
[+] more than 65535 relocations per section with MS COFF format
[+] smarter searching for included files
[+] added "store" directive
[-] cleaned syntax of "load" directive (only loading from code allowed)
[-] floating point values starting with dot no longer allowed
[-] "clflush" fixed to accept byte operand


If you can survive without those differences: http://fasm.sourceforge.net/archive/oldsite/fasmw151.zip

I think revolution keeps a copy of every release but I don't know if since so long and he (or she?) is not active since the hack incident.
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comrade
I am willing to host the old archive on my website, if anyone actually gives me the files...

Thanks LocoDelAssembly.
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comrade: Looks like your website has quite the comments in the source page Smile.
Post 30 Jun 2008, 02:08
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comrade
Yea, some spammer figured me out. Now i have to code a CAPTCHA Smile
Post 30 Jun 2008, 02:40
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I've got the following:
fasmw152.zip
fasmw158.zip
fasmw164.zip
fasmw165.zip
fasmw166.zip
fasmw167.zip
fasmw16722.zip
fasmw16723.zip
fasmw16724.zip
fasmw16726.zip

Which one(s) do you need?

Edit: forgot fasm158.zip and fasm159.zip
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loco wrote:
he (or she?) is not active since the hack incident.
my guess: he has the same problem described by sylwek32 in HEAP. The prompt states that an email will be sent, but none has been forthcoming during the past two weeks.
Sad

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comrade



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ManOfSteel wrote:
I've got the following:
fasmw152.zip
fasmw158.zip
fasmw164.zip
fasmw165.zip
fasmw166.zip
fasmw167.zip
fasmw16722.zip
fasmw16723.zip
fasmw16724.zip
fasmw16726.zip

Which one(s) do you need?

Edit: forgot fasm158.zip and fasm159.zip


All of them. Please e-mail them to me (e-mail in my signature)

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sleepsleep
i think this should somehow guide you, found it in 1.54

Code:
version 1.54
[04-08-2004]

version 1.53
[22-07-2004]

version 1.52
[03-04-2004]

version 1.51
[31-01-2004]

version 1.50
[08-12-2003]

version 1.49
[16-09-2003]

version 1.48
[24-07-2003]

version 1.47
[28-06-2003]

version 1.46
[09-04-2003]

version 1.45
[09-02-2003]
[-] major code cleanup

version 1.44
[19-01-2003]

version 1.43
[30-12-2002]

version 1.42
[05-12-2002]

version 1.41
[14-11-2002]

version 1.40
[28-08-2002]

version 1.39
[08-07-2002]

version 1.37
[12-06-2002]

version 1.36
[22-05-2002]

version 1.35
[06-05-2002]

version 1.34
[19-04-2002]

version 1.33
[07-04-2002]

version 1.32
[06-03-2002]

version 1.31
[04-02-2002]

version 1.30
[18-01-2002]

version 1.20
[16-12-2001]

version 1.14
[17-10-2001]

version 1.13
[27-08-2001]

version 1.12
[30-06-2001]

version 1.11
[25-06-2001]

version 1.10
[22-03-2001]

version 1.09
[04-01-2001]

version 1.08
[16-11-2000]

version 1.07
[07-10-2000]

version 1.06
[23-08-2000]

version 1.05
[16-08-2000]

version 1.04
[10-08-2000]

version 1.03
[19-07-2000]

version 1.02
[06-07-2000]

version 1.01
[01-07-2000]

version 1.00
[19-06-2000]
[+] first official release

version 0.90
[04-05-1999]
[+] first version able to recompile itself

version 0.00
[23-03-1999]
[+] flat assembler project was started at 14:24:33
    
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Your code has a bug


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Code:
[+] floating point values allowed as address fields    


What that means? Confused
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sleepsleep
i took off the [+] and [-] coz i think not everybody will feel comfortable with it. (since some maybe using dial-up)
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do you know the revolution's website ?

if you ask it 'flat assembler archive' you will find this link:
http://fasm.sourceforge.net/archive/
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@Comrade: I've sent you three e-mails of 2-3 MB each. If you encounter any problem, just let me know.
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Comrade: the link (in your signature) to yor website points to http://www.shakira.com/
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comrade
But the e-mail is right.
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revolution
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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
I think revolution keeps a copy of every release but I don't know if since so long and he (or she?) is not active since the hack incident.
I've got the version going back since 1.46 (March 2003), including the silent updates and other intermediate versions that have been posted. There are a few minor gaps where the updates were more often than one day, so I missed a few, but it is mostly complete.
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When all else fails, read the source


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edfed wrote:
do you know the revolution's website ?

if you ask it 'flat assembler archive' you will find this link:
http://fasm.sourceforge.net/archive/
Hehe, nice to see my website is being used. Thanks edfed.
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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However edfed failed to see that comrade already went there and couldn't find the win32 releases Wink
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