Hi! This is something i knew sooner or later i'd have to face. Let's suppose the following scenario: Some friend of yours gives you the source code for a program HE wrote in C. So he gives you some .c, .h and .lib files. Now i want to port that to assembler (masm32). How do i 'translate' those .h and .lib files contents into a .inc file? I have tried to use the l2inca.exe from the masm32 package on the .lib file and i got a 'x.lib has no imports' message. As you can see, i'm a little bit confused about this :) So any pointers are appreciated. Thanks in advance very much. Latigo
Posted on 2001-03-29 09:22:00 by latigo
Actually, someone (I forgot who, do a search for h2inc on this group) wrote a really cool h2inc program that gets the job done (it appeared to produce TASM syntax... but close enough)... for the lib, I think that should be fine, don't convert them (if it's in COFF format). Just the h file. If it's a CPP .g file, then, you have another conern not as easily addressed. _Shawn
Posted on 2001-03-29 11:19:00 by _Shawn