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Please note that this IDE is the 3rd in a chain of IDEs I’ve written (1st was Portal-9, 2nd was Rainbow, and 3rd is Phoenix). Phoenix is the nicest of my IDEs and is quite capable once you get the hang of it. To see the difference, please download each IDE and experiment with the sample projects.
Write software for the 8048, 8041A, 8022, 8021, 6502, R65C02, R65C00/21, 6805, M146805, HC05C4, Z80, HD64180, 6800, 6801, 6803, 68HC11, 8051, 8080, TMS32010, TMS320C25, TMS320C26 , TMS7000, 6809, 6309, and more, utilizing the TASM cross assembler, the AS-series cross assemblers, CCASM, OS-9 ASM, and more. Also, add your own cross assemblers, compilers, image converters, audio converters, etc.
If we had this kind of luxury back in the 80s, the computer world might be different today?
Vintage assembly programming is easier than ever using Phoenix, Multi-Target Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP. Create vintage games and apps easier than ever, for the TRS-80/Tandy Color Computer, Atari, Commodore, Vectrex, and many other vintage systems.
Easy on the eyes, less mouse movement, and friendly. The docking panes can become floating windows that you can move to another monitor if you like. Just drag them where you want them, re-dock them to another location, and configure your layout how you like.
This system assumes most of the work and lets you focus more on the actual programming.
Your projects may consist of many separate source components that are automatically compiled using any of the available assemblers – in a smooth and streamlined build process.
You have full control over how your source code is assembled and what target image it ends up on, whether it’s 1k-256k ROMs or unlimited number of floppy disk images per project. You can also build directly to PC files and manually export your software.
One of the key features of Phoenix is the ability to run and test your software immediately after building using the post-build launcher which supports emulators such as M.E.S.S., VCC, etc. Also, any created floppy disk images will be mounted automatically in the emulator and ready to use as if you had inserted them into a real floppy disk drive on the target system.
Once a project is set up and saved, you only need to reload it later, edit your source code, and click the Go button.
With the Phoenix Integrated Development Environment you can design software for all kinds of 8-bit vintage computers and game consoles from your Windows PC. The user-friendly interface takes you from the editor to running in seconds by calling on your favorite M.E.S.S. emulator system in a pop-up window. You can Edit assembly source code, raw binary files, and text files or ASCII BASIC programs, and have many files open at once for each project.
Send the output over to virtual floppy disks ready to emulate or write to real floppies later, or to ROM images that are automatically mounted and run if you like.
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For Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 8 operating systems.
Updated on 02/16/2021.
The power of reference aliases: enclose the name in squiggly brackets to auto-generate the correct path or information needed by your compiler or assembler, etc.