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I edited my SysUtils.pas and want to compile it.
But I have a problem with "$L ffmt.obj" because this file
is not on my HDD. I only found ffmt.asm and don't know how
to get an object-file out of this. Can anyone help me??

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you need to get tasm, 5 at least and compile
it yourself...

Abstract:Problem encountered when altering the sysutils source code

Question: When I try to rebuild a customized Sysutils.pas I can't find ffmt.obj,
which it requires. Where is this mysterious file?

Answer: Go to sourcevcl via the commandline and assemble ffmt.asm.

tasm32 ffmt.asm

Now add ffmt.obj to your project (also add your sysutils.pas and sysutils.hpp files).
Rebuild your project.

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