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    linux assembler compiler

    does anybody know of a good assembler compiler for linux? thanx.

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    Stickmans....

    I know there's some more out there with more bells and whistles, but gcc & g++ were good enough to come with most distros and to build the openlinux os's so don't be afraid to give them a whirl.

    another:

    lcc
    http://www.cs.princeton.edu/software/lcc/doc/linux.html

    download from:
    ftp://ftp.cs.princeton.edu/pub/lcc/

    www.google.com/linux with compilers in the box and you'll read for awhile for sure.

    cheers




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    These days, anything that is involved with code development or compilation and Linux, it'll be included with the distrobution. Most often, gcc can handle it. If it can't, check out FreshRPMs, Freshmeat, and the almighty Google. Linux is a programmers heaven, so chances are that if you want to write code, Linux has a bunch of nifty, simple, well made things that'll do it.

    If you're looking for an IDE, though, I believe Anjuta will serve you well...
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    SonofGalen,

    Not sure if you are asking about assemblers, compilers, or IDE's; they are different things.
    Assuming assmeblers for x86, as, gas, or maybe even nasm. For compilers, I would recommend gcc regardless of what OS/Platform you run if you want a good compiler that is well supported and has truly excellent documentation. As to IDE's, I am an
    Emacs guy and haven't really ever bothered to look at anything else.

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    I never asked any question... I was answering someone elses by saying that GCC should work for the actual compiler and that Anjuta is a good IDE. I understand that they are different things...Apparently I wasn't clear in my post, what made you think I was asking a question or unsure? Just so I can correct it in the future.
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    DoH! Pasted the wrong name...
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