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AarzaK



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AarzaK
hey,

I am very new in the flatassembler world, I always have problems compiling any .asm file the error is .inc location.

my solution is write the complete location for the .inc file directly in the .asm source code. my question is can I change the location thru the other file? example fasm.ini ??

I always use this: include "C:\flatasm\INCLUDE\win32ax.inc"

I want to use only include "win32ax.inc"

what I need to change in the .ini??


cheers,

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Post 20 Aug 2006, 16:25
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Hi, just put in FASMW.INI this:
Code:
[Environment]
Include = C:\flatasm\INCLUDE\    
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AarzaK



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AarzaK
thank you

where can I find more information about this tags?

(gracias de nuevo)


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Post 20 Aug 2006, 17:54
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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LocoDelAssembly
Sorry, I don't know where.

For the Environment I found it in the documentation (PDF version included in the package)

Quote:
1.1.1 System requirements
All versions require the x86 architecture 32–bit processor (at least 80386),
although they can produce programs for the x86 architecture 16–bit processors,
too. Windows console version requires any Win32 operating system,
while Windows GUI version requires the Win32 GUI system version 4.0 or
higher, so it should run on all systems compatible with Windows 95.

The example source provided with this version require you have environment
variable INCLUDE set to the path of the include directory, which is the
part of flat assembler package. If such variable already exists in your system
and contains paths used by some other program, it’s enough to add the new
path to it (the different paths should be separated with semicolons). If you
don’t want to define such variable in the system, or don’t know how to do it,
you can set it for the flat assembler IDE only by editing the fasmw.ini file
in its directory (this file is created by fasmw.exe when it’s executed, but you
can also create it by yourself). In this case you should add the Include value
into the Environment section. For example, when you have unpacked the
flat assembler files into the c:\fasmw directory, you should put the following
two lines into your c:\fasmw\fasmw.ini file:
[Environment]
Include = c:\fasmw\include
If you don’t define the INCLUDE environment variable properly, you will have
to manually provide the full path to the Win32 includes in every program
you want to compile.


Saludos!!
Post 20 Aug 2006, 18:07
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vid
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vid
welcome

Quote:
where can I find more information about this tags?
nowhere, but you don't need to. Smile
There are only several things outside source that affect compilation, and this one is only one common, other are rarely needed. In FASM, almost all info for compilation is inside source, no command line params, no external defines, no makefiles etc.

btw, another way is to set up environment variable FASMINC to point to this directory
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AarzaK



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AarzaK
Thank you very much!

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Post 21 Aug 2006, 00:42
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SomeoneNew



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Why doesnt FASMW do this automatically? (ie get the running location and set the env variable in the ini at ini generation time?).

Perhaps it sounds stupid to many but it would save this type of issues.
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Tomasz Grysztar
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If you already have the INCLUDE in system environment, this might be unwanted.
The .INI setting was actually meant only for the cases, when for some reason you don't want to mix fasm's include paths setting with the one of other programs.
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okasvi



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okasvi
lately I started using INCLUDE environment variable, and I think my sources are now prettier than with %fasminc%\...inc Smile
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