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Running MASM.EXE from within AutoIt...

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Hi folks:

I want to know how I can make .EXE file from .ASM file using MASM.EXE in command prompt?You know when

we want to make exe using MASM,first we go to folder which masm.exe reside in it and then run masm.exe with

.ASM file name after it which will finally look like this:

MASM MyAssemblyFile.asm (causes to create MyAssemblyFile.obj file)

After that we need to run linker in order to complete making .exe proccess using MASM.Again we go to folder

which link.exe reside in it and run it with MyAssemblyFile.OBJ after it which will finally look like this:

(I assume that linker is beside masm.exe)

LINK MyAssemblyFile.OBJ

So,How can I do this task using AutoIt?

Thanks in advance. :(


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Hi Silvercover,

you are able to program in assembler. Cool i really like that. But why is it then so hard for you to write a DOS batch script?

$masm_includes = "C:\masm\includes"
$masm_opts = "/A /Z /I" & $masm_includes
$masm = "c:\masm\masm.exe "
$linker = "c:\masm\link.exe "
$asm_src = "C:\projects\linux-rules-the-world.asm"
$asm_obj = "C:\projects\linux-rules-the-world.obj"

$masm_command = $masm & " " & $masm_opts & " " & $asm_src & "," & $asm_obj
$link_command = $linker & " " & $asm_obj

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & $masm_command)
RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & $link_command)

Cheers

Kurt

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