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Turbo Assembler

Page history last edited by Ron Regan 4 years, 3 months ago


App Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turbo_Assembler








It works correctly, but it doesnt do auto-link, so you need to type tlink.exe -ofile.exe files.obj(compiled tasm files) for link the files and have a program working correctly on it. 0.21
make.exe Playable It works correctly, reading the makefile. If it doesnt find the Makefile be sure that your Makefile has no extension 0.21

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  To make it work you need to add the folder where it is located to Path variable...  


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Guide to compiling the ASM code:

First of all we need to create a file called Makefile

Now we open it with notepad.exe(Windows 3.00a)and add this:

tasm file.asm

tlink -o text.exe file.obj

We need a tasm line by file.

If you want to link it with C files only compile the tcc -cfiles.c with -c(no link, only compile)

The linker line should be like this:

tlink -o test.exe file.obj files.c


Unzip the file contents to any folder and add it to PATH or copy all your source to the compiler folder. Sometimes adding it to path doesnt works correctly...


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