[Coco] Developing for cocos on windows
didier at aida.org
Mon Feb 15 08:57:55 EST 2016
yes, I'm referring to phoenixide...
I discovered rainbowide later, but due to the problem with phoenixide I
never dared to try again :(
is it compatible with windows 7..8..10 ? the web page specify old windows..
On 15/02/2016 14:21, Robert Gault wrote:
> didier derny wrote:
>> I tried it (looked promising), bought it, and finally never used it :(
>> initially it was crippled by bugs...
>> then it was so "heavy" to load and so uneasy to use that finally I
>> it was more that a year ago, I hope the product has evolved...
>> On 14/02/2016 20:10, Tom Seagrove wrote:
>>> That is a development environment you can check out. It does cost
>>> $49 but I
>>> believe you can try it out before paying for it.
>>> On Feb 14, 2016, at 1:46 PM, Jason M <oleribus at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I had some trouble getting gcc for Windows setup so I abandoned it
>>> in favor
>>> of compiling the cmoc on my raspberry pi.
>>> I'll be traveling this week and won't be able to get to the pi. So I'm
>>> again looking to get it all working on windows.
>>> I'd like to do the cmoc and assembly editing in visual studio. Can
>>> recommend a small/simple setup for the rest?
> If you are referring to PhoenixIDE, you should give RainbowIDE a try.
> I find it free of bugs and very easy to use.
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