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Features

Necessary

  • Run in a single window (i.e. no toolbars in separate windows like in Brainfuck Developer)
  • Save to a file
  • Execute programs inside the IDE
  • Debug step through

Optional (but nice)

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Debug step through = step-by-step execution? – Franck Dernoncourt Apr 28 '14 at 3:30
    
Is it even possible to have syntax highlighting for BF? Wouldn't that just be different colors for each symbol? – Nzall Apr 28 '14 at 10:51
    
@NateKerkhofs That's exactly what it would mean. Or possibly different colors for different functions, e.x. < and > would be the same color; + and - would be the same color; [ and ] would be the same color. – FracturedRetina Jun 12 '14 at 3:45
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It's not really "production ready", but thanks for giving me some feature-requests to my open source Brainfuck IDE - Brainduck – Simon Forsberg Nov 24 '15 at 19:01
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@FracturedRetina slightly inspired by a project named Rubberduck. Once the IDE is more functional (has most of the features you request), I will post an answer to your question. – Simon Forsberg Nov 24 '15 at 20:03
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You can use Visual brainfuck:

  • free
  • Windows 7
  • Run in a single window (i.e. no toolbars in separate windows)
  • Save to a file
  • Execute programs inside the IDE
  • Debugger with step-by-step execution
  • Compile to .exe

No syntax highlighting, no support for brainfuck derivatives.

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You can use Brainfuck Machine:

  • free
  • Windows
  • Run in a single window (i.e. no toolbars in separate windows)
  • Save to a file
  • Execute programs inside the IDE
  • Debugger with step-by-step execution
  • Compile to .exe

No syntax highlighting, no support for brainfuck derivatives.

enter image description here

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