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C64 Studio 3.6   [2014]

C64 Studio 3.6 Released by :

Release Date :
18 June 2014

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

Website :

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Code .... Endurion of Avatar, Icon64, RGCD

Download :
http://www.georg-rottensteiner.de/files/C64StudioRelease.zip (downloads: 385)

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User Comment
Submitted by SplAtterpunk on 9 September 2014
Happy to download another version!
User Comment
Submitted by Fix on 26 June 2014
I've used it before (early version) but then there were problems with the assembler. So if you can your version of assembler + the choice of Acme, Kickass etc it would rock.

Then you can use the debug using your assembler...
User Comment
Submitted by Endurion on 26 June 2014
Thanks for not being able to edit comments:

It would be no problem to call external assemblers. However for debug to work properly I'd need return info of all labels, sublabels, addresses of a line, etc.
User Comment
Submitted by Endurion on 26 June 2014
The default syntax is pretty much ACME, but with a few omissions (tell me which, I want to have the full monty) and a few extensions.

In element properties you can choose a different syntax per file (PDS and DASM currently). Probably not everything is implemented, but the most basic commands are.
User Comment
Submitted by Dano on 26 June 2014
Tried it once, but the syntax didn't work for me. Please think about implementing Acme or even KickAss. Would dare to say these are like common standards by now..
User Comment
Submitted by Fix on 26 June 2014
This is a nice environment to program in.

Will there be support for different
assemblers like Acme, Tass etc... ?
User Comment
Submitted by Endurion on 26 June 2014
Opensourced on CodePlex at https://c64studio.codeplex.com
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