Re: [stella] Atari Programming IDE

Subject: Re: [stella] Atari Programming IDE
From: "Andrew Davie" <atari2600@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 103 17:00:57 CST
I do my development through Visual Studio's IDE.  I have a project setup, so all I do is hit F5, and bang, it compiles and runs.  Takes about a second between making a change and seeing it running.  I don't have syntax highlighting setup, but I understand the IDE is capable of custom syntax highlighting.

I also have various tools/batch files setup on the custom menu in the IDE, so to perform automated steps (for example, making a Cuttle-cart compatible version), I just click on the appropriate option in my IDE's menu.

The one thing that I really need to make my development setup perfect is for DASM to have error-output in a format that the IDE recognises - so I can double-click on an error and the editor will take me to that source-line in the file it appears in.  It's just a minor mattor of having the error-output adjusted slightly.

Oh, and while I'm dreaming, I'd *love* to have branch out of range flagged as an actual error instead of some pissy little warning it gives right now :)  The cause of much frustration, that one!


----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew Ozor" <matt@xxxxxxxx>
To: <stella@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 12:44 PM
Subject: [stella] Atari Programming IDE

> Would anyone be intrested in a Atari programming IDE.
> - syntax highlighting text editor
> - complies source (DASM)
> - runs bin (Z26)
> all in the same enviroment. Currently DOS only.
> I also am putting together a Atari 2600 Programming Kit that contains
> assemblers, docs, utilites,roms,source samples, ect. Currenly it is about
> megs. I think it will be nice to have one SDK for the 2600 and save
> alot of trouble.
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