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ASMC Development / Re: Asmc source and binaries
« Last post by 2B||!2B on December 09, 2019, 08:18:56 AM »
Ah, i have 32bit. That must be why the import libraries failed to build.
I will be installing 64bit Windows then will see.

You don't really need Win64 to use (or build) Asmc. You may also build 64-bit binaries but you wont be able to execute them. As for import libraries the reason why it's not included is the share size of it and only a selected few are even included in the build-list so you'll need a mechanism to add imports dynamically. This means Win64 is needed to add 64-bit libraries.

To build the current sample using Win32 add the following changes to the MAKEFILE:

_aligned_malloc.exe:
    asmc64 $*.asm
    linkw system con_64 file $*
    asmc -Fitchar.inc $*.asm
    linkw system con_32 file $*


It works 32bit.
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This pointer, 00275800, is aligned on 512
But i needed 64bit. So i needed those libs for 64bit.
I have a question, is asmc able to convert a 32bit project to 64bit or vice versa? because i see this aligned malloc project is 64bit and after i used that command you sent, it built 32bit without modifying the source.
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Game Development / Re: SWGPTG - 02 - Drawing Basic Shapes
« Last post by caballero on December 09, 2019, 05:01:12 AM »
This chapter translated to English and some new code.
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The Soap Box / Re: GLOBAL WARMING IS A SCAM - David Icke | London Real
« Last post by jj2007 on December 09, 2019, 01:24:08 AM »
don't explain 'Carbon 101' to the morons

Who are these "morons", K_F? Members of this forum?
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The Soap Box / Re: GLOBAL WARMING IS A SCAM - David Icke | London Real
« Last post by K_F on December 09, 2019, 01:20:47 AM »
We are getting orange sunsets due to the amount of smoke as areas close around Sydney where I live but that combined with cloud cover has kept the city temperatures down. Something that few would know is that Australian bushland is purified by fire. There have been wild fires in Australia for so long that many indigenous species can only reproduce in the conditions of bush fires.

Just below Sydney is the royal national park and while it is generally virgin bushland going out to the cliffs at the sea edge, every few years it gets burnt out and if you go past in a train its all black and smoking but go past 6 months later and it has returned to the olive green that Australian bushland looks like. Bush fire completely destroy non native species where the eucalypts regrow over a few months.

No man Hutch... don't explain 'Carbon 101' to the morons, it makes them look more stupid than what they are - They might be offended and cry like babies... again!
;)
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ASMC Development / Re: Asmc source and binaries
« Last post by nidud on December 08, 2019, 11:31:44 PM »
Ah, i have 32bit. That must be why the import libraries failed to build.
I will be installing 64bit Windows then will see.

You don't really need Win64 to use (or build) Asmc. You may also build 64-bit binaries but you wont be able to execute them. As for import libraries the reason why it's not included is the share size of it and only a selected few are even included in the build-list so you'll need a mechanism to add imports dynamically. This means Win64 is needed to add 64-bit libraries.

To build the current sample using Win32 add the following changes to the MAKEFILE:

_aligned_malloc.exe:
    asmc64 $*.asm
    linkw system con_64 file $*
    asmc -Fitchar.inc $*.asm
    linkw system con_32 file $*
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The Soap Box / Re: GLOBAL WARMING IS A SCAM - David Icke | London Real
« Last post by hutch-- on December 08, 2019, 01:33:16 PM »
We are getting orange sunsets due to the amount of smoke as areas close around Sydney where I live but that combined with cloud cover has kept the city temperatures down. Something that few would know is that Australian bushland is purified by fire. There have been wild fires in Australia for so long that many indigenous species can only reproduce in the conditions of bush fires.

Just below Sydney is the royal national park and while it is generally virgin bushland going out to the cliffs at the sea edge, every few years it gets burnt out and if you go past in a train its all black and smoking but go past 6 months later and it has returned to the olive green that Australian bushland looks like. Bush fire completely destroy non native species where the eucalypts regrow over a few months.

The real problem is ideological, with the disposition of a bunch of "hippies, poofters and greenies", various local councils insist that people must live in bushland areas which garrantees that their house will be burnt down with the next bushfire. While these phuking morons don't care about the losses of property and life which is part of their ideology, the NSW state government over a period of years cut back the parks and wildlife staff that used to perform the necessary back burning and when a big bushfire hits, the fuel load on the ground simply cannot be put out, it must burn out.
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The Soap Box / Sydney in the news
« Last post by jj2007 on December 08, 2019, 12:32:43 PM »
Nature: Climate tipping points — too risky to bet against

How's life down under?

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Rain is a distant memory. “This is how deserts form,” she said. Her daughters, in their early 20s, decided some time ago not to have children.
...
Prime minister Morrison’s Instagram account carried grinning images of him – baseball cap in place - atop a ladder, draping his family home in twinkly Christmas lights. No matter what’s going on each year, says the PM of a burning nation, getting in the Christmas spirit has always been such an important part of our family life.
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The Campus / Re: manifest
« Last post by AW on December 08, 2019, 11:57:21 AM »
It was fixed, thank you.
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The Campus / Re: manifest
« Last post by jimg on December 08, 2019, 08:16:27 AM »
the program doesn't open a window, it just shows up on the task bar and the only option is to close it.
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ASMC Development / Re: Asmc source and binaries
« Last post by 2B||!2B on December 08, 2019, 07:36:37 AM »
Yes, the imports is missing.

In the release version (and later updates) the build directory for imports will be located in ./source/import/.

you may use the batch file (./asmc-2.30.cmd) to build the imports or simply execute DZ, browse to the ./lib/amd64/ directory, select the makefile and hit Enter.

Note: The import libraries are build from system-dll's so you'll need Win64.

I already executed that makefile in ./lib/amd64.
Ah, i have 32bit. That must be why the import libraries failed to build.
I will be installing 64bit Windows then will see.
Thanks for the help.
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