Just found MASM32.INC. I don't know why. The version of the QEditor is 3.0b
Can anyone explain this to me or send me that file ? Thanks !
Posted on 2003-09-20 11:44:14 by hcm2k3
It is in the /lib folder.
Posted on 2003-09-20 12:15:57 by roticv
Yeah, I know this folder. But it's not there !
Posted on 2003-09-20 14:34:05 by hcm2k3
try \masm32\M32LIB if its not in there just run the bat file it will make it and it will show up in the dir and should copy it to the lib folder..
Posted on 2003-09-20 14:39:36 by devilsclaw
hcm2k3,

What appears to have happened is the installation was not completed for some reason, usually user interference.

Run the installation again after renaming the old one as something else and make sure it runs to completion. On the way through it builds all of the libraries including the MASM32 library. The install tells you when it is finished and make sure you allow the console operation to finish properly so that all of the libraries are built.

It will install in a directory MASM32 which is directly off the root directory, do NOT change that after the installation or it will not work correctly.

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Posted on 2003-09-20 21:14:22 by hutch--
Thank you for your replies !


try \masm32\M32LIB if its not in there just run the bat file it will make it and it will show up in the dir and should copy it to the lib folder..

I tried as you said but it didn't appear :-(


What appears to have happened is the installation was not completed for some reason, usually user interference.

Run the installation again after renaming the old one as something else and make sure it runs to completion. On the way through it builds all of the libraries including the MASM32 library. The install tells you when it is finished and make sure you allow the console operation to finish properly so that all of the libraries are built.

It will install in a directory MASM32 which is directly off the root directory, do NOT change that after the installation or it will not work correctly.

I tried to re-install it several times but the result didn't change. It seemed that there was something wrong with my setup file !
Posted on 2003-09-21 08:15:35 by hcm2k3
Just installed it again and now the file MASM32.LIB appeared :-)

Thank you all !
Posted on 2003-09-21 08:28:32 by hcm2k3
................................For those who installed masm32 version 8..............

If you have downloaded masm32v8 you have to download masm32v7 ALSO.8
The reason is that masm32.lib is NOT INCLUDED in the installation of masm32v8, on the other hand it IS in masm32v7.
So what i suggest is the following
install masm32v8
rename the directory to masm32bis (or any other name)
install masm32v7
copy c:\masm32\lib\masm32.lib to c:\masm32bis\lib
copy c:\masm32\lib\masm32.lib to c:\masm32bis\lib32 (or whatever it is the other folder)
delete c:\masm32
rename c:\masm32bis to c:\masm32

and everything is also working nice again
for the missing DOSLNK.EXE file, look at this community group, you can download it somewhere on the forum.
also look for the updated version for WINDOWS.INC file also on this forum.
Posted on 2003-09-30 04:43:06 by raidu
thats weird i have a clean install of masm32v8 and have the masm32.lib
Posted on 2003-09-30 11:15:59 by devilsclaw
When you install masm8, there is tool that converts the .inc file to .lib file. Perhaps something went wrong with your installation.
Posted on 2003-09-30 11:20:25 by roticv
Guys,

This much, the current version of MASM32 builds
the MASM32 library during the installation and it is a later version with more functions that the one in version 7. What is important during the installation is that the library building operations are completed properly so that all of the libraries are there when the installation is finished.

There does appear to be some problems with at least some installations of XP where command line handling is different to all of the previous versions but generally if XP is set up correctly, the MASM32 installation will work correctly.

Another factor that IS important is to retain the original location of the MASM32 directory and DON'T move it elsewhere once the installation is completed as it GARRANTEED will not work if you do this.

If anyone can document the quirks in XP that prevent the installation from working properly, please post it here so I can see what the problem is as I don't use or support Windows XP at the moment.

Regards,
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Posted on 2003-10-01 00:05:08 by hutch--