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Which IDE are you using for ASM and C/C++?
1. Fresh (ASM)
5%
 5%  [ 2 ]
2. RADasm (ASM)
12%
 12%  [ 5 ]
3. Dev-C++ (C/C++)
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
4. Mingw Studio (C/C++)
2%
 2%  [ 1 ]
5. Visual C++ (C/C++)
2%
 2%  [ 1 ]
6. Pelles C (C)
2%
 2%  [ 1 ]
7. I use only FASMW.
33%
 33%  [ 13 ]
8. More than 2 options (please tell me)
10%
 10%  [ 4 ]
9. Other (please tell me)
30%
 30%  [ 12 ]
Total Votes : 39

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OzzY



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Which IDE are you using for ASM and C/C++ programming? Why?
Post 21 Nov 2005, 19:51
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decard



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there was similar thread not long time ago Wink I use Fresh for asml, DevC++ for C, original Turbo Pascal IDE for Pascal (I have pascal on my programming classes), and I edit PHP scripts in synplus plugin for Total Commander's Lister.
Post 21 Nov 2005, 20:22
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flaith



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Fasmw and DEV-C++ for asm and C/C++ Wink

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Post 21 Nov 2005, 22:25
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crc



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I've been writing a programmable editor that I'm using for editing text and code in the languages I use these days. (forth, assembly, C, and PHP). I don't mess with C++ anymore Smile
Post 21 Nov 2005, 23:21
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shoorick



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winasm studio
Post 22 Nov 2005, 09:57
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rugxulo



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rugxulo
I use TDE although it's really only a text editor, not an IDE.
Post 28 Nov 2005, 20:20
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madmatt



Joined: 07 Oct 2003
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I use fasmw for assembly programming, and jfe editor for any c/c++ programming, but recently I've downloaded the free visual c++ compiler, and will eventually learn how to use that as well, so three all-together.
Post 29 Nov 2005, 08:12
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Ivan2k2



Joined: 08 Sep 2004
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i use FASMW and MasmEd for coding GUI apps, and
FAR's built-in editor(with colorer plugin) for other things...
Post 29 Nov 2005, 17:27
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rugxulo



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Ozzy, you never told us what you use! Smile

BTW, ALAB (DOS, DPMI) supports most assemblers and Watcom C/C++ (maybe more?). I don't really use it (slightly buggy), but it does come with Borland Pascal source and can (supposedly) edit 64MB files (!), so that's good.

Other DOS IDEs (not including Borland's): SET-Edit, RHide, AsmEdit, AsmEnv, "Edit" (Gautier de Montmollin), etc.

I've been trying some Vi and Emacs clones (and text editors in general), but I can't decide which are best; however, I'm most impressed by Jed, Vile, and JASSPA's MicroEmacs.

Still, my favorite editor is TDE (as I already said in my last post).

P.S. I usually try editing the NASM documentation (ASCII format, > 500 KB) as a test to see how text editors handle moderate-sized files in DOS.
Post 01 Dec 2005, 01:54
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OzzY



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Well, I've tested all IDE's and compilers for ASM and C/C++.

I love to test new compilers and languages. That's why I can program in asm 16/32 (FASM, NASM, MASM16/32, TASM16/32, a86...), C/C++ (Visual C++, Pelles C, Lcc-win32, Dev-C++, Mingw Dev Studio, OpenWatcom...), Delphi/(free/turbo)Pascal, Basic (VB, QB, basica...), and much more.

I think I use:

1) FASMW for quick tests with asm code or for MS-DOS projects.

2) RADasm+FASM+GoRC for big asm projects for Win32.

3) Dev-C++ for quick tests with C/C++ language.. I don't like this IDE, but it has the better support with easy-to-use library downloader and installer. I use it for coding things that use some special library.

4) Pelles C is the greatest C-only IDE/compiler/linker ever! It uses the same standard of Visual C++, but it only does C, and the IDE is a lot better, the compiler support C99 and it's free!

5) Lcc-Win32 is like Pelles C, but Pelles C is a lot better and can be used for comercial development, Lcc-win32 can't. but both are complete and based on LCC. But this one has some good extensions. I was using one extension for sockets programming, so a Client program is like:
Code:
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "netutils.h" // the library from Lcc-win32

int main() {
Session *session;
session.port=1234;
session.Host="127.0.0.1";
ClientConnect(&session);
Send(&session,6,"Hello!");
CloseSession(&session);
return 0;
}
    

simple, isn't it?
I love this library. It makes so easy to use sockets.
Now I got it working with Pelles C! Very Happy


6) Mingw Developer studio has the greatest code completion, but I think the author isn't coding it anymore.

7) Visual C++ 6 (The greatest for C/C++, but it's not free). .NET is crap. The free one is good, but no IDE, only compiler/linker!

and much more... depends on what I have to do.
"The good programmer isn't who that uses the best tool/language. It's who can learn what is needed and get the work done."
But I think I'll stay with Pelles C, which is good and free.
And of course FASM for optimizing stuff.

That's all! Sorry for the bad english!
Post 01 Dec 2005, 18:43
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xanatose



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Personal:
RadASM. FASM as assembler and M$ RC as the resource compiler.
For C Pelles C. (Excelent IDE)
for C++ DevCPP
Debugger for assembly OllyDBG

In work:
Visual C++ 8 .NET
Post 24 Dec 2005, 20:09
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Eoin



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Eoin
I mostly do C++ programming these days, a nice IDE I've discovered only recently is Programmers Notepad.
Post 24 Dec 2005, 23:56
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DEMON84



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DEMON84
I often use FAR internal editor Smile
Post 30 Dec 2005, 17:26
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Dex4u



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Dex4u
I hope to be doing all my Dev work for Dex4uOS, in "Tex4u" Dex4u's text editor, i have got it up to a working standard, Once i have ported FASM, "Dex4uOS" will be fully independent Cool .
By the time i have finish, there will be a text and gui ver available of 'Tex4u' .
I will be adding many features, to help asm programmers, including a built in cdplayer, a must for any type of assembly programming.

Screenshot:
http://www.dex4u.com/images/Tex4u.png

EDIT: Tex4u is fully working and fasm as been ported to Dex4u OS.


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Post 30 Dec 2005, 20:07
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OzzY



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OzzY
These days I'm programming only in C/C++ and ASM.

C/Win32API:
Compiler=MinGW or Pelles C

C++/FLTK (Fast Light toolkit - cross-platform light-weigh GUI lib for C++):
Compiler=MinGW

FASM: For all ASM code.

Now, I'm searching some light-weight, fast, powerfull text editor with syntax highlight and code completion (Intellisense) for C/C++ and ASM (although for asm I use FasmW, RADasm or Fresh anyway).
Can somebody recommend one, please?

Eoin: I took a look at programmers notepad. It looks OK, but I've found this too: http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htm that looks nice!
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shoorick



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it is often i use one-dot unidirectional biocontrolled printer, which can print on any paper, very safe for eyes and does not compsupt electricity


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Post 11 Apr 2006, 04:48
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Ivan2k2



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shoorick wrote:
it is often i use one-dot unidirectional biocontrolled printer, which can print on any paper, very safe for eyes and does not compsupt electricity


i often use this IDE too =))))
Post 14 Apr 2006, 15:05
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silkodyssey



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I use fresh. I think it has the best looking interface of all the assembly IDEs I have seen.

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wyr3x



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tinypad for menuetOS Cool ...

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RedGhost



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i voted other because i could not choose more than one Very Happy

for fasm on windows i use FASMW only, and for C i use PellesC or sometimes Dev C++ if i am using GCC(rarely if ever) , @ linux i use just a text editor for some reason

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