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Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by SuperMiguel, Jun 21, 2012.
Im looking for a ASM 68k CPU IDE
Taking a class atm about assembly, and need some practice
Text editor + http://www6.conestogac.on.ca/~set/set_resources/68000/index.html ?
I'm assuming the professor would point you towards the correct tools though
is there an assembler IDE? i guess it will run 68k code, so it doesnt have to be pure that
I don't think there is such thing in the sense you perceive an IDE, just use an text editor.
well, Xcode does have an assembler(NASM) so I guess you can try that.
But the target is 68k assembler, so he's gonna need an emulator, too. I was thinking Chubby Bunny plus some old IDE like, uh, well, I've forgotten. I dunno, maybe ThinkC? CodeWarrior? MPW?
I might try running Linux in a VM on a Mac, and find an old copy of the PalmOS (et.al.) 68k IDE (I think it was Eclipse based). The Codewarrior IDE might run under Windows in a VM on a Mac.
VIM, the only IDE you'll ever need.
The closest thing you'll get to Assembler IDEs are glorified text editors. If you want a text editor that has file management look at Notepad++ on Windows or jEdit on *nix. Most good assemblers will have debuggers anyway that will happily spit out register values, next, skip, repeat etc.