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> DOS > Novis question: How do I make it to compile ?????
Novis question (Novis? last used assembler 30 years back!).
I run the DOS FASMD.EXE from the command line on an XP and on Win98 computers.
Testing on my proven assenbler program does not compile. It simply opens the assembler and stays at the first line.
I tried the same with the flat demo (COMDEMO.ASM) and got the same.
On a DOS computer it lacks the 32-DPMI service.
What am I doing wrong???
|22 Nov 2007, 15:15||
fasm source.??? destination.???
it's not so hard
or use the fasmW ide for windows.
|22 Nov 2007, 15:46||
FASMD is the DOS IDE (editor + assembler in one). You have to open the file (F4) you wish to assemble (Ctrl+F9) first if you didn't specify it on the cmdline. Otherwise, just run normal FASM to assemble only (no editor): fasm myfile.asm
On DOS, you probably have EMM386 loaded, so you have to run a DPMI server first (CWSDPMI, HDPMI32, or whatever). But it doesn't need that if you run w/o EMM386 (real mode vs. V86 mode which EMM386 switches to).
|05 Dec 2007, 14:52||
> I run the DOS FASMD.EXE from the command line on an XP
Use FASMW.EXE or FASM.EXE (Windows) instead.
> On a DOS computer it lacks the 32-DPMI service.
Need HDPMI32 (or CWSDPMI at worst).
> On DOS, you probably have EMM386 loaded
> so you have to run a DPMI server first (CWSDPMI, HDPMI32, or whatever).
> But it doesn't need that if you run w/o EMM386 (real mode vs. V86 mode which EMM386 switches to).
True only for console compiler-only version, FASMD IDE always needs DPMI.
PS: seems I have 500 posts by now. Reports 504, but finds only 500 then
|16 Dec 2007, 13:35||
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