WUDSN IDE is a free integrated Apple II, Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Atari 8-bit, C64 and NES development plugin for Eclipse provided by Jac! Get Started with WUDSN and Eclipse.
|Ctrl+Space||Content assist||Shows a drop-down list containing compiler directives, opcodes, and pseudo-opcodes. Red opcodes are illegal. Green opcodes are aliases or compiler shortforms. You can open a menu containing just directives by typing a dot or a hashtag and waiting half a second.|
|Ctrl+7||Block comment||Toggle comments on a highlighted block of code.|
|Ctrl||Hyperlink||Highlight a label, filename, etc. and press Ctrl. This turns the label into a hyperlink and allows you to navigate to the label even if it is in a different file. If you highlight the name of an include file that does not existing, the file will be created.|
To include an external file in MADS use:
ICL- to include a source file
.GET- to include a binary file
By hovering over the binary filename and pressing Ctrl, you enable the hyperlink shortcut to supported editors:
Workspace is a folder containing your projects. The projects are also folders located in the workspace folder.
|Help > Tips and Tricks||Shows “How To” articles such as Automatic Save of dirty editors or Collapsing all open items.|
|Help > Show Active Keybindings||Shows all keyboard shortcuts.|
|Help > Help Contents > WUDSN IDE Guide||Video Tutorials, Assemblers, Hardwares (Atari 8-bit: ANTIC, GTIA, POKEY), CPUs|
|Window > Preferences > General > Editors > Text Editors||Allows you to customize your text editor: Tab width, Insert spaces for tabs, Show line numbers. Also: Annotations, Hyperlinking, Linked Mode, Quick Diff, Spelling.|
|Window > Preferences > General > Content Types; From the tree on the right: Text > Assembler Source File; Click on MADS Source File||Allows you to manage file extensions and editors.|
|Window > Preferences > General > Editors > File Associations|| - Shows editors associated with file extensions.
- Allows you to set a default editor for a given file extension.
- You can override the default editor later by right-clicking on a filename and selecting another editor from the Open With submenu. Eclipse keeps this information for each file.
|Window > Preferences > Assembler > Default Case for Content Assist||Allows you to change the default case for content assist.|
|Window > Show View > Outline||Show the Outline view|
|Navigate > Show In > Project Explorer||Show the current file in the Project Explorer|
Create a linked folder: right-click on a folder in the Project Explorer and select New > Folder > [Advanced] > Link to alternate location:
Show only problems for an item selected in the Project Explorer:
WUDSN IDE Guide in Help > Help Contents: