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TI-89 Directories Added to the File Archives
Posted on 5 September 1998, 01:49 GMT

Even since the TI-89 Graph Link software was released a few days ago, programmers have started to make programs for the TI-89. Directories for TI-89 programs have now been added to the File Archives. Click here to browse them.

 


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Re: TI-89 Directories Added to the File Archives
Chris

YAY!!!! Now if TI would release the ASM info so that we could get some shells and games going...

     5 September 1998, 02:45 GMT

Re: TI-89 Directories Added to the File Archives
kimo

Today, i am the first poster . . .

Anyway, it's about time! (not really, you guys did a pretty good job) it's just too bad that it'll be awhile before any good ASM programs come out.
Too bad i can't program in ASM.

I'd like to know who's programming a major ASM program for the 89 right now?

     5 September 1998, 02:51 GMT

Re: Re: TI-89 Directories Added to the File Archives
Chris

Actually, I was the first poster today...
We have to figure out the ROM Calls and wait for TI to give us some specs on the ASM files before we can do anything.

     5 September 1998, 03:29 GMT


Re: Re: Re: TI-89 Directories Added to the File Archives
a non TI-89 owner

Or instead of waiting, you could do what "the elders" did and figure them out the hard way.

"Moment of silence" for Magnus...

     5 September 1998, 04:20 GMT


Re: Re: TI-89 Directories Added to the File Archives
some guy

I know of a calc company that is making a couple 89 asm projects, but just one is posted on
http://welcome.to/ccia

     5 September 1998, 04:29 GMT

Re: TI-89 Directories Added to the File Archives
Sean H.
(Web Page)

I can't wait to see some good basic programs... I know assembly will probably have the best games (for any of the calcs even) once TI releases more info, but 68k basic as implemented on the TI calcs is real powerful itself. I think that the TI-89 has lots of potential for some awesome basic programs. I am going to work on some basic games while I wait for the ASM information. I just got my TI-89 a little bit ago, and I think it may even be BETTER than the TI-92+. Anyway, just my opinion...

     5 September 1998, 04:57 GMT


Re: Re: TI-89 Directories Added to the File Archives
nei

how do you figure it is better?

     7 September 1998, 23:16 GMT

Don''t just stand there, START PORTING!!!
Nathan Cassano
(Web Page)

Everyone go right now, start ripping off all the Basic TI 92 games and port them to the 89. Just make it fit the 160x100 screen, thats it and bada bang, tons of TI-89 games. :0

     5 September 1998, 08:48 GMT

Re: Don''t just stand there, START PORTING!!!
Chris

That is much more difficult than you make it sound, especially since we don't know the specs for 89-ASM...

     5 September 1998, 17:33 GMT


Re: Re: Don''t just stand there, START PORTING!!!
BlueRaven

You don't need the ASM specs for basic programs. If you are thinking about porting over same basic programs from the 92, get the author's okay first.

     5 September 1998, 17:46 GMT


Re: Don''t just stand there, START PORTING!!!
Max Ricketts

I've found that not all TI-92 files will transfer properly to the TI-89. On certain files a get a link transmission error-I'm not sure if I'm doing it wrong or if it can't be done.

     6 September 1998, 03:30 GMT

Re: TI-89 Directories Added to the File Archives
Jim McMurry

Hey all.

I found an interesting site this morning. It has a 68k compiler, and simulator for the PC. And best of all its free. I dont know how much it will help, but I am going to start tinkering with it today. One problem is of course there is something in the .z file that says i am a asm for the TI89. So if anyone knows of this information, let all of us know.

ftp://ftp.industry.net/pub/sharewar/micro/68asmsim.exe

68000 Assembler Motorola 68000 assembler and simulator with DOS executables and C source.

     5 September 1998, 19:20 GMT

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