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hey’a..
like topic says, is there any way to use minifmod in delphi??
maybe someone translated that already.. ? ๐Ÿ˜‰
or at least i need an idea how to do that..

Thanks ๐Ÿ˜‰

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A while back I had started to convert it line-by-line to Delphi. It was a fairly large task, but then I got to the inline assembly bits. I didn’t go much further than that. Other options include using a C compiler to make some OBJ files and using the $L compiler directive in Delphi to link them in. You would need to use the Borland compiler for this since Borland and Microsoft use different binary formats and I do not know if MiniFMOD compiles with Borland compilers. Another option is to use Visual C++ to make a DLL. That would probably be the easiest option.

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[quote="Sly":50fob8mm]It was a fairly large task, but then I got to the inline assembly bits. I didn’t go much further than that.[/quote:50fob8mm]

Delphi supports inline assemby.

Ross.

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[quote="rlevis":2zw947rp]Delphi supports inline assemby.

Ross.[/quote:2zw947rp]Yeah. It was the conversion from Visual C++’s inline assembly syntax to Delphi inline assembly syntax that I stopped at.

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Could anybody make a realy small dll from it? Or make obj file that can be linked with Delphi.
I was trying to make dll or obj file but i don’t know C.

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