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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2007 10:31 am 
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How do you use batch files to run nasm

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That's a little unspecific, but the general rule is fill the batch file with a new DOS command on each line. So for example:

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@echo off
nasmw -hf


Will output all supported nasm formats. To compile a program, replace -hf with your compilation command line.

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The Win32 demos found in the NASMX package (Windows version) consist of batch files that demonstrate how to automate the build process for NASM under Windows.


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given your previous thread question, and posting almost the same question thirty minutes earlier, I'd really suggest you consider that you tried using google, or at least read on [wiki]How To Ask Questions[/wiki].

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