On 11/24/16 00:59, Mateusz Viste wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> Your problem is related to the fact that your "nasm" command doesn't call 
> nasm.exe directly. Instead, it calls a batch file named nasm.bat which 
> has been placed in your %PATH% by the FDNPKG installer. This nasm.bat 
> file is pretty straight-forward:
> 
>   @ECHO OFF
>   C:\DEVEL\NASM\NASM.EXE %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9
> 
> While in theory such trick should work (and it does work with most other 
> utilities out there), somehow it doesn't play out right with nasm. Simply 
> edit your CONFIG.BAT to set its XNASM variable to the full path to your 
> copy of nasm.exe, and you're done. Enjoy!
> 

And pray tell, why?

        -hpa



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