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An old-fashioned and simple Assembly IDE for your PC.
This small, simple and light application helps users to create, edit and compile Assembly source codes without any distraction. It is more like a word processing program rather than a traditional programming environment.
SmileIDE is a text editor and a batch file compiler. It is compatible with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP and Vista.
SmileIDE is an Assembly IDE for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista, which has the following features:
Add-on version is an add-on that can convert source code to other languages.
Batch File Compiler:
Batch File Compiler version is a version to convert Assembly source codes to other languages into batch files. It is a simple batch file compiler. It is a file in „*.bat“ or „*.cmd“ format which can execute and convert Assembly source codes into other languages. You can use it to run multiple languages at the same time.
Batch File Compiler interface is easy to use. You can use it to help you convert Assembly source codes into other languages.
Auto-Detect version is an auto-detect version for Assembly. It helps you compile and run Assembly source codes automatically.
Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/Vista Compatible
SmileIDE is a program compatible with Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/Vista. It does not require a lot of system resources, but it also does not interfere with other programs running on your computer. If you have a
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Creating and executing program code
Using a low-level programming language
Software Development Environment for Microcontroller
Language Editor: Code Editor
Tools: Code, Editor
No Screen Saver
No Start Menu
Not for Advanced Users
Everyone is familiar with the basic syntax of the C programming language, even if some may not know exactly what it is used for. However, what most people do not realize is that programming C was done at a time where there were no other tools available to developers.
Fortunately for C programmers, programming the language has been made much easier and smoother thanks to the availability of other programming languages such as C++ and Java.
One of the most challenging things about programming C is the complexities and complications of the language itself. If you have to contend with its complex syntax, it may seem like programming it is an impossible task.
However, with the help of an Assembly IDE, this task is a lot easier to do.
What are Assembly IDEs?
An Assembly IDE is a programming language that is especially developed to ease programming the Assembly language. The Assembly language was initially developed to create code for micro-controllers, but is now widely used for other types of projects such as for web development.
The Assembly IDE works by simplifying the code itself, thus making it more manageable. This is done by combining the benefits of the already popular C, Java and C++ programming languages, which will make Assembly programming an extremely easy task.
Assembly Code Editor
Assembly IDE includes an integrated code editor which enables programmers to edit and compile their code as they work. The language includes an in-built compiler, and also a debugger. The language supports the creation of files which can be read and written to any type of computer system and file.
Assembly IDE provides real-time collaboration among developers. The IDE enables programmers to use chat and instant messaging for real-time collaboration. This feature can also be used for online training, which can be synchronized with screen sharing.
Assembly IDE provides its users with ready-to-use tools. This includes the:
Automatic form completion
Function definitions and statement completion
Increment and decrement operators
Built-in definition for string constants and strings
Built-in function for string manipulation
Built-in function for string
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SmileIDE is a simple and easy to use programming development environment for your assembly programming language projects.
It is targeted for a wide range of assembly languages that are embedded in many micro-controllers such as Z80, ARM, MSP430, 8051, XC16, etc.
SmileIDE can compile, build, link, and debug your project.
– Ease of use and simple nature.
– Built-in text editor and source code editor.
– Built-in compiler with build-in debugger.
– Built-in project management.
– Support for more than 25 assembly languages.
– Support for more than 300 development boards.
SmileIDE is written in C++ and compiled with MSVC 6.
The following features are not supported:
* Dynamic code generation,
* Support for High-level languages
* Multithreaded programming,
* GUI support,
* Access to compiler-private data,
* Possibility of overwriting registers and other compiler options.
A complete list of supported features is available at the smileIDE website:
SmileIDE is a stripped down and straightforwardly integrated development environment that is specially designed to work with the aforementioned programming language.
Only comes with a limited set of features
Considering the fact that the active development for this utility has stopped a long while ago, you should not expect perfect reliability from SmileIDE. What is more, you should also not expect high-tech features specific to most modern IDEs.
This said, forget all about syntax highlighting, built-in automation tools or even a debugger, as the utility only comes with a straightforward code editor and a simple compiler. The program features a minimalist user-interface that would seem more at home on older version of Windows.
Plain main window and easy workflow
The main window is divided into panels that display the loaded Assembly projects, the code editor a field for note-taking. Thanks to its simplistic nature and straightforward looks, working with SmileIDE is no difficult task, as most of the work is achieved with the help of its small toolbar and menubar.
You need to simply start a new project or load an existing one, manually edit the code using its built-in code editor, optionally you can add important notes about your codding process and compile it by pressing the designated 'Run' button.
An outdated Assembly IDE
While more and more technology gets more advanced control languages, Assembly gains new ground with one step at a time, making it still relevant today in certain areas, but this cannot be said about SmileIDE.
Taking all things into consideration, SmileIDE is a straightforward development tool, but unfortunately, it is nowhere near as feature-rich and as advanced to even be compared with modern IDEs.
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Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: 32 MB DX10 compliant GPU
Hard Disk: 20 GB available space
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