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BGLC_9 & Exclude.

Hello, I have a peculiar question. Is it possible to create a simple exclusion rectangle in assembly and compile it with the BGLC_9? Did anyone try this? I can't find any piece of code.


Why would you want to do this in ASM code? Since FS2004 excludes for most objects are made with BGLComp and XML code. I think the only type of excludes you can make in ASM code are from FS2002 or older, and these don't have much use anymore nowadays.

So what are you trying to achieve that you can't achieve with the normal BGLComp and shp2vec excludes?
BGLC_9 is the only compiler which works on the Linux system (with the help of the Wine program), but I solved the problem compiling my own application from source code.