Hi All-

I used the NaGoA wizard to create a simple Windows app, just a Window
and that's all.

Here's the warning that NASM spits at:

window.asm:159: warning: uninitialised space declared in non-BSS
section `.data': zeroing
window.asm:162: warning: uninitialised space declared in non-BSS
section `.data': zeroing

Here's the code:

WndClassEx resb WNDCLASSEX_size
WindowName db "Nagoa name of Window" ,0
WindowHandle dd 0
Msg resb MSG_size

Unfortunately, I'm not sure what NASM finds wrong.

Can anyone help? Thank you very much!

~J
Posted on 2002-12-29 19:18:05 by koolbasic
This warning is only to let you know space in the binary could be saved by putting the resb stuff in the BSS segment - it is not an error and will not effect execution of the program.

Note: I have deleted your other post.
Do not double post.
Posted on 2002-12-29 19:46:13 by bitRAKE