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Full source code debugger - MiniDBG V1.0.0.3, this Add-In can easily be converted to a standalone executable debugger, learn a lot from the source code.

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OK, a newbies question.

My Winasm resides in c:\winasm\

How do Projects find the winasm directory? I'm asking because on opening MiniDBG.wap Winasm complains that \WinASM\Inc\WAAddIn.inc can not be found. Why?

In the .wap file:

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5=\WinASM\Inc\WAAddIn.inc
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Hi Wurstwasser,

There are many workarounds with the problem you are facing...

The most obvious option is to set up your paths in the Tools->Options...->Files And Paths Dialog...
Another option would be to copy the header file "WAAddIn.inc" into your project's folder, and then fixup the #include directive into your project for this header... E.g. (after you copy the particular header into your working folder) you should find the line:

Include \WinAsm\Inc\WAAddIn.inc

and change it to:

include WAAddIn.inc

Hope this solves your problem...

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Thx samael,

of course I could point the project to the include files as you told. Sorry, I wasn't precise enough: My question is rather "how is your winasm" being setup. I mean most of us may have it in c:\winasm, and the masm stuff in c:\masm\ and have this set up in the winasm path options.

I was surprised seeing "\winasm\..." -> where exactly does this look? I guessed maybe "drive where winasm is running plus \winasm\..." And I was surprised it doesn't find the include file.
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Heh, sorry for the misunderstanding Wurstwasser...

Normally, if your binaries are in the "C:\winasm" folder, then you shouldn't have any problems compiling projects as they were downloaded from this site...
This is awkward...

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