I am pleased to announce that "WUDSN IDE", the free integrated Atari 8-bit development plugin for Eclipse, is finally available.
It features syntax highlighting, content assistance, content outlining, and many more features which are helpful when developing 6502 assembler code.
The first version is 1.0.0 and was released on 2009-06-08.
I have released it though I know about some bugs already, but - damn it - I need to get this website up and running now.
If you already have Eclipse 3.3 or newer installed, add https://www.wudsn.com/update to the available update sites and install the latest version.
Click on the tab WUDSN IDE to get a complete overview of the features and instructions on installing and configuring the plugin.

Fully integrated editor

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