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Is there a good compiler/ide for 8086 assembly?

| So I use emu8086 at my school but I don't like it at all.

It would also be really good of the ide was also available on Linux

| sorry anon, i don't know about assembly ides. last year I did a bit of operating systems programming in assembly at uni and our professor made a pretty cool makefile for us. it used gnu as and gcc for compiling/assembling, bochs for emulating (it also has a debugger) and gdb for debugging.

| The thing is, that assembly code doesn't need to be compiled. It's just simple operation instructions that have to fit for the CPUs instruction set.

If don't mind using a simulator for the earlier but even more popular CPU-version, maybe have a look at this:

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