Hey Guys,

We actually got an IDE forum out of Hiroshimator so don't be shy, post the data and upgrades for the new IDEs here so everyone can find them. Modesty may be a virtue but not when people are looking for

I know of at least 3 IDEs that are now available and this means that assembler programmers keep on getting a wider choice to develop with.

Regards,

hutch@movsd.com
Posted on 2001-11-21 06:40:52 by hutch--
hehehe

:)

thanks rainbird.

hitch.
Posted on 2001-11-21 10:26:10 by hitchhikr
So give us the URLs, please. This would answer my question of the day. I have been looking for a debugger for MASM32 and made the mistake of downloading the much-touted WINMEDDK from M$, then installing. That was when I learned how to get intimate with WinMe's System Restore function as my PC refused to boot in anything other than safe mode with the DDK installed.
Posted on 2001-11-21 19:21:03 by peterverstappen
Poor peter :). You shouldn't be running WinMe anyway, it sucks ;).
Also, the WinDbg debugger is a pretty strange thing to work with.
You feel the power it possesses, but feel frustrated because it seems
a bit slow and isn't oh-so userfriendly. And unless you work in
kernel-mode (with two computers and a serial cable), it's not ALL
that powerful (softice is more conveinent anyway). I would recommend
OllyDbg for a good ring3 debugger. If you're too lazy to google
and select the first link that comes up, here's the URL: http://home.t-online.de/home/Ollydbg/ .

Hithhikr's excellent masmed is at http://hitchhikr.multimania.com ,
which you'd find out if you click the pretty little "www" on his posts ;).

Cheers!
Posted on 2001-11-21 21:11:14 by f0dder