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GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Romain Lievin
Posted by Nick on 6 June 2000, 16:21 GMT

Romain Lievin fired an email at me last night about GtkTiLink v3.00-stable being released for both Unix and Windows. New features include: some bugfixes (as usual), functionality under NT v4.0 (Yay!), the ability to run from any directory (instead of just c:\Program Files\GtkTiLink), screen dumps in PCX format, integrated unzipping (in Linux only), cut/copy/paste, and the support for external plug-ins. The next version will include 89 FLASH support and support for the 83+.

 


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Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
Ryan Castellucci  Account Info

I can't wait to see a version with flash support. it sounds cool

     6 June 2000, 16:35 GMT


Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
Julien BLACHE  Account Info

I'm sorry, but you'll have to wait a bit, since it will be holidays in a few days for Roms, so it will be difficult for him to test the flashing of the TI-89.

Be patient, it will come soon !

:o)

JB.

     8 June 2000, 17:43 GMT

Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
compman32386  Account Info
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Waht ever happened to the TI-Graph link program?

     6 June 2000, 16:39 GMT


Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
Nick Disabato  Account Info
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Nothing, but no good, sane TI developer likes TI.

At least, not the developers that aren't getting paid obnoxious sums of money to make flash apps for them.

Ironic =P

--BlueCalx

     6 June 2000, 16:41 GMT


Re: Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
gamer_x100  Account Info

I just realised now we all have no life and are trying to put games on our calculaor becaus we don't pay attention in class. I have found a better way of life! I will become a hermit in the Himilayas and eat snowrabbits and retarded skiiers!

No, not really. =P

Why try to make a better graphlink program, anyway? The one provided by TI seems good enough (please don't flame me please don't flame me please don't flame me)
so why improve?

     6 June 2000, 19:29 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
Nikku-kun Account Info

So those of us who use Linux (the most choice OS on Earth) can send files to their calculator, since TI only makes Windows and Mac graphlink software. Also, if you use a homemade cable, the TI Graph-Link software might not work, even if you are running Windows.

- Nik, who just used "choice" in a sentence

     6 June 2000, 20:49 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
calcfreak901  Account Info
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While Linux is, from what i've heard, a very stable and robust operating system, it may or may not be the best operating system in the world. I will probably switch to it when version 2.4 of the kernel comes out because i need usb support in my os. Has anyone tried emailing TI about making the graphlink software for linux?

--Nerd #110
--Future Martian

     7 June 2000, 23:27 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
Julien BLACHE  Account Info

I've mailed TI some times ago about a possible release of their GraphLink under Linux. I've had no reply, but this is not really surprising, is it ? ;o)

When I see their ugly Windows version, I don't want to use such a ******* :) We can do better software than they do, for sure.

JB.

     8 June 2000, 17:47 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
Sebastian Reichelt  Account Info
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Why improve? Read this, then judge by yourself:

I'm trying to make a Windows 'Program' that displays a system folder on the desktop and in the Windows Explorer. All linking could be done through drag and drop, cut and paste, and context menus. This will definitely be easier than the Graph Link software. Anyone with information about linking please email me at the link above; I can do the rest myself. However, if noone can tell me how to actually link, this whole project is not going to get anywhere.

     7 June 2000, 03:45 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
Nathan Haines  Account Info
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You (and anyone else interested) can find all the necessary protocol information in our Informational Texts directory in our archives.

     7 June 2000, 07:08 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
Magnus Hagander  Account Info
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I actually had a working prototype of just that kind of linking program back in -95. (Only TI-85, though). I wonder if I can find it again :-)

     9 June 2000, 21:47 GMT

Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Roman Lievin
Sebastian Reichelt  Account Info
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Ability to run from any location???? Doesn't work for me!

     7 June 2000, 03:42 GMT

Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Romain Lievin
J.C.A.M Buijs  Account Info

Does this program work with the parrallel link cable?

     8 June 2000, 11:48 GMT


Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Romain Lievin
Romain LiĆ©vin  Account Info
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It works with any link cable (parallel, serial, Black and Grey TIGL) and with any calcs (82,83,85,86,89,92,92+) under Linux, Windows9x, WindowsNT4.0.
Not tested under Windows2000.

     8 June 2000, 12:31 GMT


Re: Re: Re: GtkTiLink v3.00-stable by Romain Lievin
Vejita  Account Info
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Doesn't work under Win2k because the freakin dll isn't anywhere.

-corey

     10 June 2000, 01:27 GMT

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