I'm curious to know what other people use.
I'm just as happy in a plain text editor, but I tend to use QED more often than not...
Posted on 2003-10-19 07:01:48 by Homer
I use almost of IDE but RadASM is the most stable and has many good feature ( though it's not general RAD tool , just RAD for Assembly ).
Posted on 2003-10-19 07:17:52 by dreamweaver
I use Visual Studio .NET 2003.
Posted on 2003-10-19 07:22:10 by WinCC
I've been using EditPlus for various compilers, assemblers, linkers, etc. Mainly for 16-bit Masm assembly. (But I have entire sets of command lines for VC++, MSC++, MinGW, Borland C++ and a few others configured for EditPlus.)

I love the WinAsm IDE :tongue: for studying Win32 assembly every once in a while. ;)
Posted on 2003-10-19 08:22:35 by Masmer
RadASM
Posted on 2003-10-19 08:25:41 by Vortex
I've tried nearly all the freeware editors, and none top Crimson Editor. Not an IDE, but can be an "almost IDE" with a little effort. Someday maybe I'll convert to one of the more specialized tools, but for now I like the "minimalist" approach.

Greg
Posted on 2003-10-19 09:14:20 by bushpilot
FasmW (and Fresh) :)
Posted on 2003-10-19 09:57:26 by scientica
Hello WinCC,

I exclusively use Qeditor. I've been using it for two or three years now and although it doesn't have text highlighting like RadAsm it meets my needs.

Btw, I've got Visual Studio 6.0. I use the resource editor that comes with Visual C++ to compile my MASM rc files. Does your post refer to using the Visual C IDE for assembling MASM? If so, I'd really like to know how to do that.

best regards,

czDrillard
Posted on 2003-10-19 10:50:18 by czDrillard
FasmW here.
Posted on 2003-10-19 11:08:57 by Guy on ASM
I use RadASM in general, but from time to time I use FAR builtin text editor.
Posted on 2003-10-19 16:52:38 by Morris
OK, I use RadASM and my math may not be great but even I can see something wrong in the number of votes:
Posted on 2003-10-19 17:37:33 by donkey

Btw, I've got Visual Studio 6.0. I use the resource editor that comes with Visual C++ to compile my MASM rc files. Does your post refer to using the Visual C IDE for assembling MASM? If so, I'd really like to know how to do that.
Kip Irvine has a couple of webpages on how to do so (change the command lines for Win32 assembly). http://www.nuvisionmiami.com/books/asm/3rd/editor/devStudio.htm

Too bad VC++ doesn't have Masm syntax hiliting or intellisence like RadAsm and WinAsm do.
Posted on 2003-10-19 18:31:15 by Masmer
WinAsm IDE here
Posted on 2003-10-19 18:41:20 by Jnrz
Currently using EditPlus and/or Visual Studio, tho the IDEs offered from this board are fast moving into the promising category.


Originally posted by Masmer

Too bad VC++ doesn't have Masm syntax hiliting or intellisence like RadAsm and WinAsm do.


check this out:
http://www.flipcode.com/cgi-bin/msg.cgi?showThread=00003261&forum=general&id=-1
Posted on 2003-10-19 19:13:34 by alpha
As Neo would say: "Whoa!"

I couldn't find usertypes.dat on my hard drive, but discovered the file must be created manually. Used the EditPlus Nasm syntax file for the keywords. Might be a challenge getting a list of Win32 API keywords on individual lines though.

Thanks alpha! :alright:
Posted on 2003-10-19 19:33:52 by Masmer
FASMW
Posted on 2003-10-19 20:18:43 by comrade
PFE
Posted on 2003-10-19 23:31:05 by Eugen
czDrillard:

I have made a shell extension that creates a .vcproj file from the selected .asm file ,the main reason why I use Visual Studio is the integrated debugger, if you are interested I can send you the code.
Posted on 2003-10-20 00:05:47 by WinCC
Hi All!

I use RadASM for assembly work. It's great. I also have Visual Studio V6 and .NET 2002 and 2003. I have set these up for assembly but I don't see any advantages in using them because Intellisense isn't available. I can get by without syntax highlighting in the Visual Studio IDE's, but with no Intellisense there is little reason to use them for assembly projects since I can do everything with RadASM just as easily.

Charles
Posted on 2003-10-20 00:24:59 by cdquarles
Fasmw is my most used asm editor but I'm using RadASM for asm projects (several files) and even for editing HTML. :alright:
Posted on 2003-10-20 04:09:36 by pelaillo