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IronFelix



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IronFelix
Hi, all!
Tomasz, please answer, how much memory FASM allocates and what is the limit before "out of memory" error arises? Does it make any reallocs?

Thanks.

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Post 06 Mar 2009, 21:27
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IronFelix



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Little correction - no such error is displayed using FASM.EXE, but in FASMW.EXE it arises with same code. What is the difference between FASM/FASMW in this case?
Post 06 Mar 2009, 21:51
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fasmw has a menu option to select how much memory to allocate. You can choose how much or how little you want to use.

By default fasm will allocate memory based upon the amount of memory available unless you give it a parameter in the command line.

RTFM!
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Thank you, revolution.
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