I'm an Apple IIc owner and I would like to port a little BASIC project to the Apple II platform (so far I've done Commodore 64, Commodore VIC-20, Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Sinclair ZX81 versions).
My goal is to work on Microsoft Windows, test the code in an emulator (AppleWin), and when ready, trasfer the program to a 5,25" floppy disk and to the actual hardware.
I'm having trouble finding a working development toolkit. I'd found two very promising tools, but one (Virtual BASIC) still has its web page but apparently there are no download links (it's unclear if there ever was a version for Windows, as the screenshots apparently are from Ubuntu, but that would not be a major problem) and the other (WASP) does not seem to be working in conjunction with AppleWin (whenever I try to run the code in AppleWin within WASP I get an "emulator not running" error, maybe WASP was using some Windows API that can no longer be leveraged, or maybe it doesn't "talk" to the current version of AppleWin).
I know I can copy and paste code from a text editor to AppleWin, but that is hardly ideal.