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okasvi



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you dont need lib to use functions from ASM DLL
I'll make you a examples, dlls and applications showing how to do it both ways.
In C(PellesC projects) and fasm.
Post 24 Jul 2006, 21:15
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ok, thank you. I'll owe you one, man. thanks to all those that tried to help.
Post 24 Jul 2006, 21:17
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Here they are, took over hour to finish them Embarassed I'm still learning myself


Description: both AppIn*s use both DllIn*s, in different ways, imported and LoadLibrary/GetProcAddress.
All sources included+implib for 'DllInFasm'...

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Filename: dll-example_in_fasm_and_c.rar
Filesize: 7.85 KB
Downloaded: 457 Time(s)


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Post 24 Jul 2006, 23:51
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i am assuming that the lib for dllinfasm was auto generated from fasm... anyway.... what's the ".def" for? ppj is most likely the project files, which i can't read or use since i don't use the same compiler as you for C/C++. Other than that i should be able to read it all, if i have any problems i'll just pm you. Thanks again.
Post 25 Jul 2006, 00:21
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kohlrak wrote:
i am assuming that the lib for dllinfasm was auto generated from fasm... anyway.... what's the ".def" for? ppj is most likely the project files, which i can't read or use since i don't use the same compiler as you for C/C++. Other than that i should be able to read it all, if i have any problems i'll just pm you. Thanks again.


1. you are assuming wrong, you need to generate .lib for dlls generated with fasm, to be able to import statically with most linkers
2. '.def' is export definition file for 'DllInC'
3. '.ppj' is project file for Pelles C

Good luck...


oh and btw. about PM'ing, I'm not anyones personal help desk Evil or Very Mad so I suggest posting here if it's related to this problem as most ppl here know alot more than me Wink

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Post 25 Jul 2006, 00:49
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heh, i know hwo you feel. i'm sick of being a help desk myself.

Chances are, though, any problems i have with your code will be your code. lol Perhaps inability to read a comment or something... If that's the case only you can help out, anyway, cause only you know what you mean. I'll put it on the to do list for tonight after tonights japanese lesson.

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1. you are assuming wrong, you need to generate .lib for dlls generated with fasm, to be able to import statically with most linkers


I figured that much. You need to for all DLLs.
Post 25 Jul 2006, 00:54
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1. you are assuming wrong, you need to generate .lib for dlls generated with fasm, to be able to import statically with most linkers

I think you can use "__declspec( dllimport )" in MSVC without .lib
Post 25 Jul 2006, 04:24
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Actually, the lib is used for that command to work in MSVC. You need to not only include the lib, but call that. Think of the LIB as a header file with deffinitions, even though that's far from what it really is, just think of it as another header file... Easier that way...
Post 25 Jul 2006, 04:34
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I dont know about MSVC and I dont even want to know, and I was talking about linkers, polink in this case.

"You need to for all DLLs.", yep, but usually compilers output imp-lib too, fasm doesnt.
Post 25 Jul 2006, 10:58
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okasvi wrote:
I dont know about MSVC and I dont even want to know, and I was talking about linkers, polink in this case.


I do beleive all linkers (and all C/C++ compilers have them last time i check) require LIBs.

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"You need to for all DLLs.", yep, but usually compilers output imp-lib too, fasm doesnt.


If that's the case, what conjured up "DllInFasm.lib"?
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kohlrak wrote:
okasvi wrote:
I dont know about MSVC and I dont even want to know, and I was talking about linkers, polink in this case.


I do beleive all linkers (and all C/C++ compilers have them last time i check) require LIBs.

It's not an compiler issue with C/C++, you dont specify the lib when you compile, it's link time task to build import section/datadir.

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"You need to for all DLLs.", yep, but usually compilers output imp-lib too, fasm doesnt.


If that's the case, what conjured up "DllInFasm.lib"?


If it's not said in sources, attachment info was truncated and I mentioned that I used POLIB to produce it.

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It's not an compiler issue with C/C++, you dont specify the lib when you compile, it's link time task to build import section/datadir.


But must be included in the source code by all C/C++ compilers, if not, it won't compile.

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If it's not said in sources, attachment info was truncated and I mentioned that I used POLIB to produce it.


Is that a program, or a command? *looks in DllInFasm.asm* hi ho, hi ho, off to C-net i go! lol Some one really should submit fasm to C-net... lol Dangit, can't find polib there... lol Got links? (referance to "Got milk?")
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Get latest (beta #3) Pelles C, it's included in the package.
www.smorgasbordet.com/pellesc/
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