MIPS Assembly Development tools

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These Mips tools are a collection of free software I have collected together with some scripts to allow them to be easily used.

These tools are intended to allow a relative beginner to compile simple programs that will compile to multiple destination systems, namely the N64, PSX or MARS simulator - though the syntax for MARS is very different, so PSX/N64 sources will not compile for it.

Code can be easily assembled via Notepad++ by pressing F6 to use NppExec, and selecting one of the destinations... the appropriate batch file will be executed building the program, and the emulator started

Please use these tools at your own risk.
They are provided freely in the hope they will be of use, and have been tested to the best of my ability but I cannot test in all situations or guarantee they will not harm your computer in some unexpected way.
Getting Started
Extract the files from the archive into a folder on your machine - you need to preserve the directory structure
To start run "Rdrive.bat" this will create a virtual R drive on your machine... if P is in use, Q or R will be used.

From that M drive use "Notepad++" to edit
when you are done use "Rdrive-remove" to remove the M drive
Please see my Youtube channel for more examples of how to use these tools.