I have a piece of .asm code that I need to be a 32bit Windows .exe.  Is there anyone who is willing to take the time and compile this for me.  I've tried numerous times and just keep getting error after error, and every community which I ask for help in seems to tell me to just learn it myself.  Anyway here is a URL to the file, if by any chance there is some kind soul who's willing to take 3 minutes out of there day to do this, I would really appreciate it.


Posted on 2008-02-20 20:05:14 by jajab
Here is a general method of compiling.

nasm -f win32 *insert name of the source file with its extension*
gcc -o *insert name of binary*.exe *insert source file with extension here*

source file: test.asm
nasm -f win32 test.asm

now it will be an object file: test.obj

gcc -o bin.exe test.obj

Then everything should be nice unless you are running Visat x64.
Posted on 2008-03-03 23:52:03 by Kruno