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radoslavkirilov



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radoslavkirilov 27 Dec 2006, 15:52
So can it be used for commercial purposes?
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AsmER 27 Dec 2006, 16:52
You will find the answer in the 'LICENSE.TXT' file in fasm directory.
So - YES, you can use it for commercial purposes (for free).

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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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LocoDelAssembly 27 Dec 2006, 18:22
BUT, the copyright remains to Tomasz. No problem if you produce commercial software with fasm but it your software includes fasm in any way then you have to mention Tomasz's copyright.
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radoslavkirilov 27 Dec 2006, 20:05
Sorry for the nooby questions, but do there exists software that to transfer code from other languages to assembler? for example from c to asembler or from pascal to asembler or java to asembler?
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DOS386 27 Dec 2006, 21:01
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do there exists software that to transfer code from other languages to assembler? for example from c to asembler or from pascal to asembler or java to asembler?


Maybe compilers of those languages ?

Related question: do there exists software to convert MASM, DJASM, GAS,
WatcomASM etc. to FASM ?

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hckr83 27 Dec 2006, 23:39
it shouldn't be too hard to convert asm to asm with the exception of ATT asm, also using __asm(gas) doing segment overrides aren't supported in gas..
for instance this code will not compile: __asm(".intel_syntax noprefix\n mov eax,[18:0x100]");
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m 28 Dec 2006, 08:54
YEP !
You can do whatever you want with software created using FASM.
Since FASM was not created by you, so you have no rights on it whatsoever, except using it for whatever purpose.
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rugxulo 28 Dec 2006, 21:57
NTOSKRNL_VXE wrote:
Related question: do there exists software to convert MASM, DJASM, GAS,WatcomASM etc. to FASM ?


Not sure why you'd want to use DJASM (which is far from complete) or GAS (which is mainly for GCC's backend), but since assembly source is plain text, I just use sed to manually change certain parts, output a new temporary file (to be deleted afterwards), and assemble that, all via .BAT (see my VDIR 0.49). Of course, I assume you want something more sophisticated, like NOMYSO or Intel2gas, perhaps?


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DOS386 28 Dec 2006, 22:42
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Not sure why you'd want to use DJASM (which is far from complete)


Not use, just analyze the "stub"

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GAS (which is mainly for GCC's backend)


Use "C" code maybe ??? See question above:

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Sorry for the nooby questions, but do there exists software that to transfer code from other languages to assembler? for example from c to asembler or from pascal to asembler or java to asembler?


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assembly source is plain text, I just use sed


Thanks.

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something more sophisticated, like NOMYSO or Intel2gas


Well, 2 ASM converters. There could be more, especially with FASM target Wink

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hckr83 28 Dec 2006, 23:53
there exists some really lacking basic-to-asm translator but it uses an asm compiler that can no longer be found(ANYWHERE!)
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rugxulo 28 Dec 2006, 23:56
Doh! I forgot about this guy (Bogdan 'bogdro' Drozdowski). He wrote a few useful Perl scripts: gas2fasm and fasm2nasm (plus some other FASM stuff). I haven't tested any of it, but hey, it might help ya. Wink
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DOS386 29 Dec 2006, 07:51
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Doh! I forgot about this guy (Bogdan 'bogdro' Drozdowski). He wrote a few useful Perl scripts: gas2fasm and fasm2nasm (plus some other FASM stuff). I haven't tested any of it, but hey, it might help ya.


Great. Smile But how to execute the "Perl" stuff ? "gas2fasm" and "nasm2fasm" - no "masm2fasm" yet ...
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radoslavkirilov 03 Jan 2007, 09:44
Thanks to all who write to me. Smile If you find more convertors from diferent languages to assembler please post them here Smile
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rugxulo 06 Jan 2007, 03:40
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rugxulo 06 Jan 2007, 03:48
hckr83 wrote:
there exists some really lacking basic-to-asm translator but it uses an asm compiler that can no longer be found(ANYWHERE!)


Are you referring to BASM286 or Moonrock? (doubt it, but oh well)
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hckr83 13 Jan 2007, 03:44
I was talking of basm286
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rugxulo 18 Jan 2007, 22:40
hckr83, BASM286 uses ArrowASM, which can indeed be found.
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rugxulo 09 Feb 2007, 00:34
radoslavkirilov wrote:
Thanks to all who write to me. Smile If you find more convertors from diferent languages to assembler please post them here Smile


(untested by me)

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a2gv1_22.zip UTILPROG Asm2Gema v1.22 Convertor 65808 1996-01-05 00:00:00
desa101.zip UTILPROG Disassembler GEMA v1.01 65830 1996-01-08 00:00:00
gema26a.zip UTILPROG GEMA v2.6a - GenPC Elite Macro Assembler 138350 1996-01-16 00:00:00
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