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ashepherd89



Joined: 13 Feb 2008
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ashepherd89
Before I begin I'd like to say I'm sorry if my problem has already been addressed. I've already tried searching these forums for it, but it failed to turn up.

I'm relatively new to assembly language and I just downloaded fasm today. Upon trying to compile an example file included with the package that I downloaded, I received an error which stated, "error: file not found." Before I downloaded fasm, I downloaded a few other assemblers earlier today which all yielded the same result, "Error: file not found." This is crazy to me because obviously the files are there and fasm seems to open them and maintain the integrity of their paths.

Simpling asking, what am I doing wrong?
Post 13 Feb 2008, 19:54
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
Check your include path

set include=c:\fasm\include

Or something like that, obviously it should be set your where you put fasm.
Post 13 Feb 2008, 20:02
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ashepherd89



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Yeah, that was the problem. I just figured that out as you posted too. Thanks a lot!
Post 13 Feb 2008, 20:07
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ashepherd89



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ashepherd89
Where do i go to set my include path manually? I initially resolved the problem by typing in the entire path to the include directory in an assembly file.

I opened 'cmd' and tried passing 'set include=c:\fasm\include'. Although this seemed to not do anything when I checked in environment variables. Also, "c:\fasm\include" is the correct path that I'm using. How do I set that path?
Post 13 Feb 2008, 20:25
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ashepherd89



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Nevermind, I figured out how to set it. Smile I should have just initially read the pdf file that came with fasm. It had all the anwsers.
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asmrox
only troubles with macros, its really so hard to write iat yourself?

i usually edit Path in HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Session Manager\Environment to not have to ..\..\..\..\dir\program.exe
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