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Assembly Coder's Zenith News
Posted by Kirk on 20 April 1999, 22:28 GMT

The ACZ has announced that they will start selling calculators on their site. The prices that the ACZ charges are similar to those of Dimension-TI.

Additionally, Rusty Wagner of the ACZ has released Virtual TI v2.0 Alpha 3, an emulator for the TI-82, 83, 85, 86, 89, 92, 92 II, and 92 Plus. Features which set it apart from other emulators include linking between multiple instances of the program and improved debugging features. Some of these new debugging features include replacing ROM calls with their respective aliases and panes listing the variables/handles on the calculator.

Source: ACZ

 


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Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith
Fil

Since I had the opportunity to post the first reply, i would like to take a moment to apologize for all of my rude and innapropriate comments regarding the Bryan incedent. I admit I was having too much fun bashing on ticalc.org, and just gloating in my own attacks. I am sorry.

Does anyone know if there are any good emulators for the newer calculators for the Macintosh? I see there are several decent emulators for PC's, but none that are really good (or recent) for Macs. If you know where to get any, please respond and let me know. Thanks!

-Fil

     20 April 1999, 22:40 GMT

Re: Emulators
David Phillips
(Web Page)

The source code for VTI is available for download. The emulator is so well written (what I gathered from talking to Rusty) that it should be easy to port to Mac or another platform. Everything is object oriented and handled by virtual functions (even memory access is handled by a sub-class!).

Of course, not having looked at the source myself, I cannot be certain. This might make it easier to add support for new calcs than to port the emulator. But I would assume that it would be much easier to port an existing emulator than to write a new one.

     21 April 1999, 00:06 GMT

Calc emus...
Chris
(Web Page)

You can find several TI and HP calculator emulators (including Mac ones) at Zophar's Domain (zophar.net) and Emulation Camp (emucamp.com).

Enjoie...

     21 April 1999, 00:28 GMT


Re: Calc emus...
whatever

emus suck - they cant fly

     21 April 1999, 01:35 GMT


point ''.'' is...
KAKE
(Web Page)

perhaps, but that's not the point. the point is they exist and are a cool way to have 2 calcs ]:-)

-KAKE
IP

     23 April 1999, 02:11 GMT


Re: Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith
Arthur
(Web Page)

Hi, I am the author of the port of tiger on the Mac.
I ve very little time for updating it but it currently support ti92 and ti92plus (but the narchive isn't saved)
I will try to update it a little in July...
If mac programmers want to help
(the big things to do is a debugger)

     23 April 1999, 21:55 GMT

ACZ - calc sales
Alan
(Web Page)

I noticed that ACZ online calc sales did not have SSL. Is anyone else somewhat concerned about this?

     21 April 1999, 00:40 GMT

Re: ACZ - calc sales
Leon

I noticed the call they TI GL link a "serial" link, when I always thought the GL that TI sells is a parallel port one. I thought:
25 pins= parallel port
9 pins= serial port.
I also dont quite understand the USB GL thing......I wonder how fast it really will be......

     21 April 1999, 01:08 GMT


Re: Re: ACZ - calc sales
Yan Shi
(Web Page)

There is also such thing as a 25 pin serial port. Only older computers have them.

--Destructive Yan

     21 April 1999, 01:29 GMT


Re: Re: Re: ACZ - calc sales
Dan
(Web Page)

Both my computers are relitivly new, and both my computers have 1 25 pin serial port, and 1 9 pin serial port. There is no official confirmation of the usb graphlink, but that sure would be nice...

-Dan

     21 April 1999, 02:39 GMT


Re: ACZ - calc sales
Calc Buyer

Yes, I noticed this too. If you are concerned with security, as I and many others are, you should probably order from http://www.calc.org/, which has comparable prices AND a secure ordering form with SSL.

     21 April 1999, 05:59 GMT

Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
Matt
(Web Page)

ACZ Newsgroup
-------------

I'd also like to announce that ACZ now has a newsgroup, which is a useful alternative to mailing lists and the sort, because you can exchange messages and post programs without disrupting the flow of e-mail. Our news-server is located at: acz.org

For more information just check out www.acz.org

Later,
Matt Johnson
ACZ, Webmaster



     21 April 1999, 03:16 GMT


HELP!!
Dux Gregis

hey, can you or someone help me out by posting the riched32.dll to one of the newsgroups, say, the gb newsgroup? outlook express royally screwed up my computer .. it took me 2 days just to get windows running again. anyhow, I can't use outlook express or icq until I get the rich editor dll fixed. (I can, however, view newsgroups from outlook express if I invoke it from a hyperlink ..really wierd). thanks guys; I apologize for the otness

     21 April 1999, 05:26 GMT

Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
||ME||

just another plus for the ti community

     21 April 1999, 13:26 GMT


Re: Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
danny

Hehe. Do you still think ACZ is a competitor of ticalc.org? Hehe it's the farthest thing from it.





-danny

     21 April 1999, 14:18 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
Keesh

Haven't ACZ taken over ticalc or something?

     22 April 1999, 20:58 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
Nick

If you were really wondering, it was an April Fool's joke. If you were just kidding, then I'm gullible.

     25 April 1999, 21:14 GMT

Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
Harper Maddox

This is the best TI utility that i have ever seen. It is amazing. It runs flawlessly and dramaticaly improves the time involved in developing the game, not only by the speed and accessablity, but by the complex debugger

     21 April 1999, 16:38 GMT

Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
KnightRT

I love the emulator. It is quite simply the best teh I have evr seen, in all aspects. I especially love the TI-92 part. I've always wanted to try a good TI-92 emulator, and this is the best I've ever seen. I don't personally have a TI-92, but this is identical to the one I saw about a year ago. I don't think it could get much better.

Congratulations to Rusty Wagner for making such a superior emulator! I take my hat off to you!

KnightRT

     21 April 1999, 22:32 GMT

Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
Mike

Hi, I am wondering what program for the computer you have to use to recieve a TI-86 Rom? I got the romdumper on my calc, but I can't figure out how to get it download the rom to the computer.

BTW, the 89 emulation is really good!

Mike

     22 April 1999, 03:02 GMT

Re: Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
GigaDC
(Web Page)

To Ti-xx users:
Emulators without ROM are useless. If you want to download the ROM off your calc, go to my site to get the ROM receivers.


GigaDC

     22 April 1999, 14:51 GMT

Re: Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
KnightRT

Speaking of ROMS though, where did you get the TI-89 one? Do you have an 89? If so, cool. If not, tell me the site.

     23 April 1999, 04:55 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
Mike

I own an 89, if you want an 89 ROM, just go out and buy a TI-89.

     26 April 1999, 01:50 GMT


Re: Re: Assembly Coder''s Zenith News
KnightRT
(Web Page)

Click web page.

     23 April 1999, 21:14 GMT

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