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NASM Develop IDE (Beta Release 1)

Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 10409
Change Set: ea2d508240e8
Released: Nov 17, 2012
Updated: Nov 18, 2012 by stack_and_heap
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Release Notes

It is finally here!

This release is more stable than ever, and filled with numerous improvements, and added features.
  • PowerShell scripting is fully functional.
  • Batch file is now obsolete and is not an option anymore.
  • If you are an MS-DOS kind of guy, then building COM flat binaries is an added feature. Note that running COM files requires a machine that can run legacy MS-DOS code
  • If you find updating software a pain, or even building latest releases from source. Then your dream has come true, now you can update the IDE in the click of a button.

Reviews for this release

Nice concept, simple and lightweight, great idea really. Very poor implementation. Buggy, produces "Build successful" when it wasn't successful, main complaints: • had to manually add MinGW's GCC & NASM to my path so this program could execute them • Doesn't auto-associate .nasmproj files with itself • Redundant progress bar bound to timer on startup. Using .net relector on your application, you literally just bound the progress bar to a timer....why. Why do I want to wait before the program loads? So you can look like you programmed so inefficiently it has to take that long? Overall, 2/10, strong signals of beginner programming style.
by rail5 on Dec 3, 2014 at 3:34 PM
Thank you for your comment. I wrote this when I was a newbie, the project is dead. Decided to check it back again, I agree it was a project where I was still learning good practices. Hopefully somebody who is interested can fork this project.
Reply by stack_and_heap (N/A) on Feb 27, 2015 at 12:32 AM