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mrpink



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Does anyone know if a port of the asmlib project
to fasm assembly language exists?
Post 22 Aug 2005, 10:12
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comrade



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what is asmlib?
Post 22 Aug 2005, 12:23
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mrpink



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AsmLib is a general purpose library for console or terminal programs. Everything is written in assembler and is intended for assembler programmers. Function groups include display handlers, keyboard, mouse, file, shell, sort, process control, etc.

This description was taken from AsmLib project page on sourceforge.
Post 23 Aug 2005, 11:47
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rob.rice



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first it needs to be ported to nasm
I never could to get it to assembl from the source code
IF you know the trick let us all in on it
Post 21 Sep 2005, 16:28
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mrpink



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hello rob.rice,

I don't know, but I guess that you need a specific version of nasm.
You should scan the various "readme" files from the asmlib package
for such requirements.
Post 25 Sep 2005, 11:21
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