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HarryTuttle



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How to use inc file from masm?
Hi Privalov ,what do you think about inc convertor? or macro which can do an interpretation MASM inc for Fasm?

I do not expect you all Friends-programmers to translate this file into fasm, I'll do it myself but I think about a simple tool to translate scripting-languages like include files or setups between similar platform or programs.


see this:


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silkodyssey



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You can try vortex's inc converter available at http://board.win32asmcommunity.net/attachment.php?s=&postid=105073. I am not sure if its a general purpose inc converter though. I've used it to convert masm32 include files (with api prototypes) to fasm syntax. I don't know if it will convert structs and constants but i guess there's only one way to find out. Very Happy Anyway even if its not a complete solution I think it will help you.

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Betov



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For the Win32 Equates, someone could be interrested with Equates.zip, available at:

< http://betov.free.fr/Download.html >

It is a Win32 Equates only File, in the form of:

A0_REG 010
A1_REG 011
A2_REG 012
A3_REG 013
A4_REG 014
A5_REG 015
AADBE_ADD_ENTRY 01
AADBE_DEL_ENTRY 02
...

(53,316 Equates).

If i recall well, FASM Equates are in the form of:

A0_REG equ 010

... so, replacing all the spaces by ' equ ', say, in UltraEdit, should do it easy.

(For the RosAsm Structures, i am afraid they are in a form that would not fit with FASM,

[ABC:|abcA D|abcB D|abcC D
[ABCFLOAT:|abcfA D|abcfB D|abcfC D
[ABSTIME:|sec D|ms D
[ACCEL:|fVirt B|pad0 B|key W|cmd W
...

and they will not be as complete and as reliable as the Equates File is, before several weeks...).



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Post 13 Nov 2003, 13:13
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aaro



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If you have c header file you could try this python script:
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=460
It will convert structures, enums and defines in fasm format, it performed pretty well on direct3d headers, macros were nearly all that i had to convert by hand.
If you don't have python you can get it here:
http://www.python.org/
Post 13 Nov 2003, 14:53
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Vortex



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Hary Tuttle,

My inc2inc tool converts only the function prototypes.

You can try also my external scanner for Fasm which elimantes the use of API include files:

http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=72

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Tomasz Grysztar
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Altough "equ"-defined equates will work with fasm, I recommend to use "=" operator to define numerical constants - it is processed faster and allows forward references (if you are lazy, you can do "equ fix =" at the beginning Wink)
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HarryTuttle



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Hi Friends!

U R really GR8 coders!!!
thanx a lot!
Harry

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