Does anyone know of a decent text editor that will give you color coding
and other goodies? I'm rather spoiled at work using Homesite/Cold Fusion
Studio and was looking for something similar for assembly, something better
than notepad. I have played around with the Junkosoft Development Shell
but I can't get the audio routines working in Windows 2000 and it uses an
external editor anyway. As for those....
doesn't really know how to color code 6502 assembly. I'm actually thinking
about creating a DTD for a new markup language for 2600 assembly. Let me
know if that might be useful for anyone. The benefit is that you could
then define custom buttons in Homesite to make code generation that much
simpler, where all the opcodes, all the registers, and all the attribute
options are all presented to you with dropdowns and such. For me it would
make the code a little easier to read by creating another layer on top of
assembly, but I could understand that it would confuse some people, plus it
adds an extra step since the XML would need to be parsed through XSL into
straight assembly source code.
But a benefit of this is that XML would be a good universal foundation from
which you can render the code to multiple targets.
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