Is it possible to code VXD's using fasm? I don't think that it is possible right now but I'm not really sure. The fasm manual doesn't say anything about a VXD output option. I'm just curious if it is now possible, or if it ever will be possible to code a VXD using fasm. Thanks for any replies! FASM rules.... =]
Posted on 2002-09-12 18:38:40 by Metalkid
I believe that VxD's are stored in LZ format. I don't think FAsm supports this format, but it may in the future.
Posted on 2002-09-12 22:40:17 by eet_1024
They use the LE (Linear Executable) format, the same as OS/2 uses. It's not supported yet by fasm (altough I have it in plans, also with the OS/2 port of fasm), but I think you can still build LE manually using the binary output mode (like the PE example I have posted here somewhere...).
Posted on 2002-09-13 04:27:26 by Tomasz Grysztar
Thanks for the replies! That's great I can manually build the VXD using the binary output mode. That'll work just fine. :)
Posted on 2002-09-13 13:13:54 by Metalkid

here's a masm .inc for le manipulation, by horned beast

Posted on 2002-09-13 20:50:08 by ancev