I tried to use HLA with RadASM, and my MASM32 dir is D:\MASM32, how can I set the path of MASM32 (default is c:\masm32, and "Set Path" only sets the path of HLA.
Posted on 2003-09-28 00:32:27 by optimus
Well, perhaps the *easiest* way is to go to you
system control panel (that is, the "system" icon in
the control panels window). Select the "advanced tab"
and press the "environment variables" button.
In the window that opens up you can edit the
PATH variable for either you (the user) or the system.
Add ";d:\masm32" (or whatever) to this path.
Cheers,
Randy Hyde
Posted on 2003-09-29 12:00:14 by rhyde
if there isn't any settings in HLA, i could only do this.
Posted on 2003-09-29 12:05:10 by optimus

if there isn't any settings in HLA, i could only do this.


I'm not sure I understand your comment. Maybe I wasn't very clear -- I was talking about the *Windows* control panel. This isn't something inside RadASM or HLA.
Cheers,
Randy Hyde
Posted on 2003-09-29 18:56:05 by rhyde
i know what u r talking about.
I thought there should be some settings in HLA to define the MASM32 dir.
Posted on 2003-09-29 21:48:22 by optimus

I tried to use HLA with RadASM, and my MASM32 dir is D:\MASM32, how can I set the path of MASM32 (default is c:\masm32, and "Set Path" only sets the path of HLA.


If you're using RadASM, you can edit your hla.ini and add/modify the section.

For example in my hla.ini I have the following settings (I use relative paths):


[Enviroment]
1=path,\hla;\masm32\bin;
2=lib,\hla\hlalib;\masm32\lib
3=hlainc,\hla\include


But you can specify the drive letter in front of \hla... and \masm32... paths to match your installation drive(s).
Posted on 2003-09-30 11:31:43 by Cip
thanks!!
Posted on 2003-09-30 13:40:59 by optimus