What the hell is ASM Edit??
In short: It is a DOS based assembler IDE
for all you
assembler freaks out there. OK, You already guessed that, didn't you?
If you have a fast connection, you can enter our
into the world of ASM Edit.
No pictures please, just tell me more!
Haven't you ever worried about the bunch of programs needed to get your assembler
project done? And they are all in different directories, have complete different
commandline switches to remember (and type!), and you end up hammering BATCH files
together just to make a simple program. But no longer!
ASM Edit seamlessly integrates your favourite assembling tools like Assembler,
Linker and Debugger into one single workplace shell
While you edit your file, the syntax coloring makes the
source code much more easier to understand, and the
keeps you away from remembering dozens
of parameters, opcodes and numbers. Then you just press ALT+F9 and ASM Edit calls
your assembler to make an object file. The result window displays all errors and
lets you browse to them with a single click. If your source code is free of syntax
errors, just link and run your program. Then use your Debugger to find the
But ASM Edit's most astonishing feature is the big on-line help. With its over
1300 topics it contains for every known 80x86 instruction (from 8088 up to 80686,
including FPU and MMX) one help entry with mnemonic, opcode(s), timings, faults,
possible operands and more. Help for an ASM instruction is just two keys away!
But that's not all. There are help pages for interrupts, DOS based tables,
VGA/VESA stuff and so on.
And ASM Edit gives you some must-have tools like a
, a calculator
and a ASCII chart
Just have a look at the full feature list
of ASM Edit
to see what power it gives you.
OK, I'll give it a try, what do I need for that?