Songbird Posted April 30, 2016 Share Posted April 30, 2016 Historically, I've done Jaguar code using very basic tools: UltraEdit or even NotePad for source code editing, and DOS command line invocations for the assembler and linker. If I wanted to get fancy, I'd even put all the command lines into a batch file. For my next project, I'd like to use something more modern. Does anyone have suggestions on an IDE for Windows 7 (or up) where I can point the build rules to rmac and rln? Bonus points if the IDE is integrated with SVN or Git. Alternatively, is anyone using GNU make or equivalent so it's still a one-line invocation to kick off a build? If so, can you point me to an example makefile please? Thanks in advance! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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