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forsaken



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forsaken
ok, i saw a post about BASS + FASM so i coded an BASS example using an external .XM file, now i wanna know how to do it internal ^^

ive done this is delphi by using the TResourceStream, but how would i go by doing something like this is ASM?

i know TResourceStream aint availible lol, but could someone gimme some example code or some directions on HOW!?

regards, FoRSaKeN^
Post 03 Oct 2005, 10:23
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forsaken



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bass doesnt use any specific component to read from res, i just need a pointer to the resource.

also, how do i pack files into the .exe?
Post 03 Oct 2005, 10:25
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comrade



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you can use a tool like PEBundle to add DLLs to EXEs
Post 03 Oct 2005, 16:27
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forsaken



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sorry if i was inacurrate in what i wanted to do, i need to know how to get POINTERS of RESOURCES in order to load .XM files from resource of the file.

bass has an function called BASS_MUSICLOAD which allows it to read directly from resources if you give it a pointer to the file.

this is what im looking for, if anyone got some info i would be greatful.
Post 03 Oct 2005, 21:28
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just use the file directive and you can load it from memory
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