add_segm_ex

Create a new segment
     startea  - linear address of the start of the segment
     endea    - linear address of the end of the segment
                this address will not belong to the segment
                'endea' should be higher than 'startea'
     base     - base paragraph or selector of the segment.
                a paragraph is 16byte memory chunk.
                If a selector value is specified, the selector should be
                already defined.
     use32    - 0: 16bit segment, 1: 32bit segment, 2: 64bit segment
     align    - segment alignment. see below for alignment values
     comb     - segment combination. see below for combination values.
     flags    - combination of ADDSEG_... bits
returns: 0-failed, 1-ok

success add_segm_ex(long startea, long endea, long sel, long use32, long align, long comb, long flags);

#define ADDSEG_NOSREG 0x0001 // set all default segment register values // to BADSELs // (undefine all default segment registers) #define ADDSEG_OR_DIE 0x0002 // qexit() if can't add a segment #define ADDSEG_NOTRUNC 0x0004 // don't truncate the new segment at the beginning // of the next segment if they overlap. // destroy/truncate old segments instead. #define ADDSEG_QUIET 0x0008 // silent mode, no "Adding segment..." in the messages window #define ADDSEG_FILLGAP 0x0010 // If there is a gap between the new segment // and the previous one, and this gap is less // than 64K, then fill the gap by extending the // previous segment and adding .align directive // to it. This way we avoid gaps between segments. // Too many gaps lead to a virtual array failure. // It can not hold more than ~1000 gaps. #define ADDSEG_SPARSE 0x0020 // Use sparse storage method for the new segment

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