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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by OctopusRift, Jul 11, 2015.
I'm looking for an all around good IDE with smart editing... anyone?
I'm interested too. I looked into codeblocks, and I know that VS 2013 community edition is free
Codeblocks was meh.
Notepad++ is the official IDE of GBAtemp.
ಠ_ಠ Can't compile in Notepad++... might be a joke?
If you can, that'd be swell. I use notepad++ a lot, especially for gameboy game disassemblies
You don't need no stinkin IDE to run Make
I used QT creator. Setup up so that the Run commands loads my build in citra for testing. Code completion works. Everything works as expected if you set it up right.
I know... but... IT'S SO NICE.
Usually Notepad++ for some stuff or Programmer's Notepad that comes with devkitpro
Also have VS 2013 Community cause it's free.
I use XCode to edit and make to, um, make.
Visual Studio Express. Any version, they're all pretty much the same anyway, but 2013 nowadays C#
I used to use PN but Notepad++ is so much nicer.
https://code.visualstudio.com/ is pretty nice. It's something inbetween Visual Studio and Sublime Text. It's technically still beta, but it's free and works pretty well.
i use Programmer's Notepad 2 for code and compil all my projects (Wii, DS, 3DS)...
I use Visual Studio 2013 because I like the way it formats the code (spaces and such) and i compile with makefiles and a lot of BUILD.bat (@Echo off, make, pause)
Easy for Notepad++ and cmd for make usage.
CLion, that's if you know how to setup a cmake project though.
I use sublime text.
I use Visual Studio for C++ apps I want to run on Windows, NetBeans for everything else