Re: [cc65] IDE support within Eclipse

From: Vladimir Jankovic <>
Date: 2011-04-04 20:57:59
Its free, used to be heavy on resources but now with gigs of ram that is not
a problem any more.
Great for modern languages (best free ide for python imho.).

As for Wusdn and 6502 assembly, it has syntax highlightning, nice project
overview, few good binary file viewers (even custom bitmap formats),
compile, compile & run commands etc...

Don't know about using plugging CC65 into C - version of Eclipse but as
silverdr wrote: Use search ;)

Here is a link for c/c++ version:

On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 8:03 PM, Joseph Rose <> wrote:

> I saw this e-mail and am curious about Eclipse: I wouldn't mind an easier
> way to handle code.  What are Eclipse's features, and where can I get it?
> ------------------
> Joseph Rose, a.k.a. Harry Potter
> Working magic in the computer community...or at least striving to! :(
>  ------------------------------
> *From:* Mark Keates <>
> *To:*
> *Sent:* Sun, April 3, 2011 3:50:18 PM
> *Subject:* [cc65] IDE support within Eclipse
>  Hi,
> I wanted to gauge the level of use by CC65 users of the WUSDN IDE (
> <>). This environment
> offers a powerful set of features that can help with development.
> Primarily a large proportion of my work is done in CA65 and although the
> editors I tend to use (TextPad, NotePad++) handle the syntax highlighting, a
> contained environment like this is nice.
> Its last release has seen an expansion of the different assemblers it
> supports and although I find the MADS handling close enough to the CA65
> syntax, would a concerted effort from the CC65 community to add 1) initially
> CA65 support and then 2) have full ‘C’ projects from which the intermediate
> ‘.S’ file could be utilised benefit us? Longer term I’d possibly see
> integration between the emulators and their debuggers such that the WUSDN
> IDE could be used for debugging against sources… however as these already
> import the label files they can do a good job already (e.g. Altirra).
> Regards,
> Mark

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