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Like Turbo Pascal and the other integrated development environments from both Borland and Microsoft, NASM-IDE's most visible part is a text editor If you look back once again to Figure 45, you'll see that all roads seem to lead back to the text editor in good time In general, you do most of your thinking while staring at the text editor screen, so it seems a logical location to put your place to stand So, one way to think of NASM-IDE is as a text editor from which you can do additional, assemblylanguage-related things You invoke NASM-IDE like a text editor, in fact If you're working from DOS, the first time you want to work on a particular source code file, you type the name NASMIDE followed by the name of the source code file: C:\ASM>NASMIDE EAT2ASM (Here, "EAT2ASM" is the name of an assembly language source code file that we'll be working on later in this book) I recommend that you place the directory containing NASM-IDE on your DOS path That way, no matter where you are on your hard drive, you can type "NASMIDE" and NASM-IDE will come up, ready for work When you bring up NASM-IDE using the preceding command line, what you'll see should look a lot like Figure 51
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Figure 51: The NASM-IDE environment NASM-IDE consists of an empty space (with a texture to fill it, indicating that it's empty) in which you can open windows containing information At the top of the screen is a menu bar At the bottom of the screen is a prompt bar The menu bar provides several menus of options that you can pull down (either from the keyboard or with the mouse) to accomplish the various things that NASM-IDE can do The prompt bar gives you terse reminders of the most important commands that you can issue via the function keys and various hot keys Square in the middle of the screen is an edit window containing the file you opened when you invoked NASM-IDE
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There isn't a lot of installing or configuring to be done with either NASMIDE or NASM itself I've arranged a directory on this book's CD-ROM called ASM with all the various tools in it in the right places However, you need to copy that directory to a place on your hard drive, because you cannot write files to the CD-ROM You can drag the ASM directory from the CD-ROM to one of your hard drive units using Windows Explorer, and all of the subdirectories under ASM will come along However, if you're working purely from DOS, you need to use XCOPY to do the copying Once you get NASM-IDE running, you need to do one essential piece of configuration before you can use it: You must tell it the exact path where the NASM executable file resides This cannot be the path of the CD-ROM! I recommend making ASM a subdirectory on the root of one of your hard drives; for example, C:\ASM rather than C:\programming\ ASM The drive unit doesn't have to be C:, especially in these days of multigigabyte hard drives where a typical Windows 95 PC has units C:, D:, E:, and possibly even F:, all with 2 gigabytes of storage or more (A Windows 95 hard drive unit cannot contain
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more than 2 gigabytes) Choose one and copy the ASM directory from your CD-ROM to your hard drive Then bring up NASMIDE and pull down the Options menu Select the Options|Assembler item by either highlighting it and pressing Enter, or double-clicking on it with your mouse A dialog box will appear You shouldn't change anything in this box except for one item: the edit line labeled NASM Location When the dialog box appears, this line will be blank You need to enter the full path of the NASM executable file where it was copied to your hard drive If you copied the ASM directory to the root of your D: drive (probably better than putting it on C: since everybody wants to be on C: and C: is often a little crowded), the path to NASM will be this: D:\ASM\nasm16exe Obviously, if you copied the ASM directory to C: or E:, the initial letter will not be D: Think it through But this is the line you should type into the field marked NASM Location Then click on the button labeled OK NASM-IDE now knows where the assembler lives and will be able to invoke it for you behind the scenes With that accomplished, you're ready to rock So let's see what NASM-IDE and NASM can do
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