This page contains only the recently released version of Fresh IDE. The latest work sources and the previous releases are available in Fossil repository. Look at source repository page for short instructions how to use it.
Happy coding with Fresh!
Any bug report, user opinion, or suggestion are highly appreciated.
1. Download links
v2.6.1 setup file
You can customize the installation with this setup file and to choose which part of Fresh to be installed. This setup file will not write to Windows registry and will not setup uninstaller. You can uninstall, simply by deleting the folder, where Fresh is installed.
v2.6.1 ZIP archive
If you prefer manual installation. Simply unzip it somewhere and run
Fresh.exe. Delete the directory for uninstall.
2. Release notes
Quick bugfix release. The description for v2.6.0 is still valid. Read below.
The download links are updated. Download again and update your installation, if you downloaded v2.6.0
It was a long time without official releases. But here it is. Version 2.6.0
It actually contains all changes for almost an year of development. But in brief:
Brand new design of the GUI with two themes (for dark and for light OS theme) and adjustable icon sizes for the menus and toolbars.
The latest, milestone FASM version: v1.72
Updated the FASM manual to the latest version.
Updated FreshLib to the latest FreshLibDev, bugfixed and improved.
Added a new reference for the assembly instructions with detailed explanation and useful information.
Improved code completion search algorithm in order to hit the proper name with less typing.
Wide use of PNG images for all icons that make the icons better quality and the size of the executable smaller.
And of course bugfixes.
3. Installing the bleeding edge version in Linux
If you are running Linux and want to install the newest version of Fresh IDE directly
from the source repository, there is a script that will automate this process for you:
Download .tar.gz archive
Unpack it, place it in an empty directory, where you want Fresh IDE to be installed and run it from the console.
The script will automatically download, compile and install the latest version from the Fresh IDE source repository. The script also will check for all required packages and will notice you if some package needs to be installed.
4. Older versions
As long as there is very high traffic on the old versions and some downloaders (probably bots) download every link posted here, I decided to remove the older versions from this page.
All files are still available in the source repository. If you need them, feel free to download from there.
Last modified on: 29.10.2017 08:58:29
TheRaven ( 19.11.2017 04:21:01 UTC ) :
EvolutionEXE ( 24.03.2017 19:17:12 UTC ) :
How soon will a new release of the Fresh IDE?
yuhui ( 12.01.2017 13:04:24 UTC ) :
Hello, I want to build to NEC V20 series chips, to do on my own computer to work.thank you
John ( 03.01.2016 14:41:53 UTC ) :
I would to build a windows 7 or 8 iso to pass any psw
Ol'Mr 8bit ( 03.07.2015 14:34:23 UTC ) :
hiya man, thanx, I'm a member of KolibriOS, shame I write realmode using bert greevensboches' magic assembler, orgs 100 by default, writes a com, no link stage, and writes either to drive as file, or boot sector fdd... so not much use to Kolibri boys as it goes, but I joined never the less... I find fasm, nasm, masm, tasm etc all very daunting, as my handle suggests I come from 8 bit monitor / debugger world, and am a dos programmer... but ta for your ide man, I will check it out... am linux for a little over a year, and it's a very like-able system.. I also run BeOS which I hacked onto P4 architecture... runs sweet as a nut, shame that they died a horrible death... anyways, ta for the read, and nice to see the asm'ers are still out there... keep up the fine efforts people...
John Found ( 01.05.2015 12:47:54 UTC ) :
It works fine on vista. Thanks a lot. Maybe you know Menuet OS ? Pure assembler OS....
I know MenuetOS. Unfortunately, the 32bit version is suspended (or even discontinued) and the 64 bit version is closed source. :(
There is a fork of the 32 bit version - KolibriOS which is still in active development.
I happened to write some source for it and the future versions of Fresh IDE (portable) are targeted for KolibriOS as well as for Windows and Linux.
Dani ( 30.04.2015 19:04:33 UTC ) :
It works fine on vista.
Thanks a lot.
Maybe you know Menuet OS ? Pure assembler OS....
why fresh run in win 7 slowly and badly?
I don't know why on your computer Fresh runs slow. I am testing Fresh IDE on Windows XP, Windows 7 and Linux Mint (WINE) and it works pretty fast on all these platforms.
I will need more details in order to diagnose your problem. Better file a ticket about this on Fresh bug tracker.
why fresh run in win 7 slowly and badly?
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Thank you. continue please
look promising i was searching for a good
assembler IDE not much/good assembler IDE
out there hope this one is what i was looking
for. Thanks and keep up
AutoComplete does not work! Compiling does not work! Nothing works!
Thank you ,Great work continue please , Morocco
i like this going but please improve GUI like visual studio have .
toolbars and dockable panes instead windows PLS thats wery important.
im starting FASM programer.
Unfortunately, the work on native Linux version goes pretty slow, mainly because of slow development of the source editor (but it will be the greatest source editor ever made ;).
So awesome!! Is the first program I consider it's worth to run it under Wine. I'm waiting for a Linux/Unix version, seriously it's great, and there are no much ASM IDEs.
Thanks for your job!
PD: English isn't my native language.
Quite a nice piece of software you've made here, thanks.
you are awesome!!!!! thans a lot:)
ho my god, it's really beautifull :)