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Best assembler plugin (and help setting up) for eclipse??

I am currently taking assembly for the first time and I cant stand just using notepad (using TASAM as my compiler atm don't really have much choice on this).  I heard there were plugins for eclipse to use assembler and I found this through some digging

http://sourceforge.net/projects/asmplugin/

I was wondering if this would be adequate or if someone else knows something better.  Really I'm looking for syntax highlighting, compiling would be great but I doubt that would be included without some good tweaking on my part (if you could help me through it though that'd be great).  I say I'm looking for eclipse because I have used it for both Java and C and its been a big help (and I'm familiar with it).

Also I wasn't sure how to install the plugin I posted a link to above,
I tried looking here http://www.venukb.com/2006/08/20/install-eclipse-plugins-the-easy-way/ but my plugin doesn't have an eclipse folder to link to so I was unsure.

Any help appreciated! (Please lemme know if you need some more information about my setup to help the only other thing I could think to tell ya is for C in eclipse I use cygwin with gcc to compile for me)

Thanks!
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marklorenzCommented:
It's not Eclipse, but a really good editor that has highlighting for assembler is Notepad++
http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htm

If you must use Eclipse, try this:
http://www.eclipseplugincentral.com/Web_Links-index-req-viewlink-cid-597.html

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BusyBeeeAuthor Commented:
ok ill give em a shot
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