I recently became interested in the NASM assembler and i wanted to write Win32 programs in it. Are there any tutorials on how to do that?
Posted on 2001-08-17 00:48:18 by ChimpFace9000
There is a tutorial here.
Posted on 2001-08-17 02:17:22 by Dr. Manhattan
1. Thats on the assembly language not Win32 NASM.

2. It has nothing to do with windows.

I just want to know what the little things are they i have to do to make a Win32 app in NASM. I already know assembly and windows programming. I just cant get a Win32 app to assemble in NASM.
Posted on 2001-08-17 11:34:57 by ChimpFace9000

The unofficial homepage for NASM is at http://rs1.szif.hu/~tomcat/win32/ Here you will see w32nasm.zip. It has set of examples on how to use NASM for WIN32. Also there are links that leads to corresponding tools and other win32 packages availble for NASM.

Hope this helps.
Posted on 2001-08-17 11:58:28 by sjhenry
Well this *might* be a little too much but it's a sure shot for the low level coder. It's not Win32 but it's pure hardcore (N)Asm.
I'm talking about IceDump..by The Owl, Iceman et al..it's like a plugin for SoftIce.
Get icedump's source and take a look at it. To re assemble you will have to setup a unix-like shell enviroment.
I did this once. So ask again if you need help rebuilding the source.
Get it here .


Posted on 2001-08-17 12:08:54 by latigo
very soon New Version !

Posted on 2001-08-18 20:41:21 by Nguga