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jbojarczuk



Joined: 21 Jun 2006
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jbojarczuk
Hi,

I wanted to be able to make something like:

SafeInclude dir@file

And let Fasm discover that this symbol is not yet declared, and then include only once in the file.
This way, if I have two equal includes, there would be no problem, and I would not have to alter the code inside the included files.

I was thinking of something like
[code]
macro SafeInclude a_strFile{
\match =a_strFile#_INCLUDED , a_strFile#_INCLUDED\{
INCLUDE_@ a_strFile
a_strFile#_INCLUDED equ TRUE
\}
}
[/code]

The problem, obviously, would be in the INCLUDE_@ macro. I just can't seem to make a macro that would turn the @ sign into a slash at preprocessor time (tried load char from ... and some other stuff, but didn't work).

Any ideas?

Thanks all
Post 14 Jan 2007, 20:57
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jbojarczuk



Joined: 21 Jun 2006
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jbojarczuk
I am sorry, I am even feeling kind of stupid. (I don't really like those messages that are posted and answered to by the same person, but I do not intend to make any of you waste your unnecessarily).

Solved the problem using the C++ preprocessor.

Thanks for everybody's time.
Post 14 Jan 2007, 22:15
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