C64 Studio is a .NET based IDE.
The program supports project based C64 assembly or Basic V2. The internal assembler is using the ACME syntax.
In connection with Vice the IDE allows you to debug through your code and watch variables/memory locations, registers and memory. Any other emulator can be set up as well if it’s startable via runtime arguments.
C64 Studio allows you to compile to raw binary, .prg, .t64, .d64 or cartridge format (.bin and .crt for 8k, 16k, MagicDesk)
Additionally to this C64 Studio comes with a charset, sprite and media editor (tape and disk).
An encompassing help documentation is part of the program.
C64Studio 6.1 is released:
Fix: PETSCII dialog is now optimized (major speedup)
Add: Auto-Center text in charscreen editor
Fix/Add: Way better PDS support
Fix: Auto correct alpha on syntax coloring settings (the dreaded everything’s white problem)
Add: Keyboard shortcuts for mirror/rotate/shift in charset, sprite and graphic screen editor
Fix: BASIC insert/replace now properly inserts/replaces
Fix: BASIC renumber now also renumbers line numbers directly after THEN
Fix: Custom build step uses configured target file name/type
Add: All kernal functions to kernal.asm
Fix: Autocomplete filling would override detailled info
Fix: Properly start empty BASIC file with start address 2049
Fix: Crash in Find/Replace when RangeFromSearchLocation returned null
Fix: Pasting in graphic screen editor now updates editor window
Fix: Sprite editor export/import as .spr properly uses the multi color flag
Fix: Sprite editor deleting also updates editor view
Fix: Copy/Paste selection ranges work again for charset, graphic screen and sprite editor
Fix: Disassembler, export to assembly now does not insert the assembled bytes in front
Fix: Crash if cheap label in front of macro call
Add: Function of graphic screen editor green buttons
Add: WIP of multiple memory views
Add: filewatcher to non-code documents
Add: Toggle endianness in Debug Watch
Add: File watcher messages now collected in one dialog to auto-reload all
Add: External dependencies
Fix: Crash if settings folder was not existing on startup
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