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Old 29 March 2005, 12:02   #1
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Assembler: Linking binaries with blink

Hi.

After attempting to use the _printf function in some assembler function. I had problems getting the source to assemble.

I am using Asm1.6

when i use the commands
_XDEF and _XREF it changes the functions and references to capitals, so that when linking with Devpacs blink, it produces errors.

To overcome this i had to use HEX and change the definitions and references from _PRINTF (in assembled programme) to _printf.

Does any one know how I can skip using the hex to change the cases of the functions without having to change my old assembler program? Yes I did end up getting the source assembled with some effort.

Yes I also do have AsmPRO and Devpac 3.something (pirate copy, don't really like to use if possible).

Thanks

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The errors end up crashing the Amiga because of linking problems to the new binary.
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