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raymond:
I'm certainly partly to blame for not checking what was intended to be used in the MASM32 SDK prior to its official release. I have recently realized that the currently included Fpulib version is a 5-year old one. Until this gets corrected in the near future, anyone having already downloaded the SDK (or doing so before it gets updated), and wishing to use the Fpulib, should thus download the latest version from:
http://www.ray.masmcode.com/fpu.html#fpulib

You should unzip it in the existing /masm32/fpulib subfolder, overwriting everything, and then copy
the Fpu.inc file to the /masm32/include subfolder,
the Fpu.lib file to the /masm32/lib subfolder, and
the Fpulib.chm file to the /masm32/help subfolder.

Sorry for the inconvenience. :redface:

hutch--:
Sad to say this was my blunder, I downloaded the wrong file from Ray's site and the version included in the current MASM32 SDK Version 11 is out of date.

Fpulib is an important part of the MASM32 SDK and to bring your vewrsion up to date you should download the zip file from Ray's site and install it according to his instructions.

dedndave:
don't feel bad guys - a lot of stuff to keep track of    :t

qWord:
Hi Hutch,
have you planed an updated release of the SDK?
I'm currently working on some of the macros to make them TCHAR-aware…

qWord

dedndave:
there are a few small issues that could be fixed in kernel32/kernl32p as well

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