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More New Directories (In Progress)
Posted by Eric on 21 February 2001, 21:43 GMT

Ahh. Just after a nightmarish bout of directory creation a few days ago, I promised Nick that I'd never, ever, ever do something like that again. Well, due to excessive popular demand from everyone and their fourth cousins (thrice removed), here I am at it again.

This is just a little heads-up for everyone in case you happen to go through our archives and find that some things are a bit rearranged. I'm currently in the process of separating the no-stub programs for the TI-89 and TI-92+ (programs that do not require a shell) and everything else (programs that require a shell such as DoorsOS or UniversalOS. This will probably take a few days, and undoubtedly I'll be missing a few here and there. So...I'll need everyone's help here.

As of now, I've finished separating the TI-89 Assembly Games into no-stub and DoorsOS games. If anyone finds any errors, drop me a note, please. The rest of the TI-89 and TI-92+ archives will also be separated soon, so I'll post updates here as they become available. Thanks!

Update (Eric): TI-92+ Assembly Games are separated into no-stub and DoorsOS games now. Let me know if there are any errors.

Update (Eric): TI-89 Assembly Programs done: no-stub and DoorsOS.

Update (Eric): TI-92+ Assembly Programs done: no-stub and DoorsOS. 6 more directories to go...

 


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Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
ajorians  Account Info

That is good, but couldn't you just put a little picture to the side. Or with the little page with the magnify glass to the left of each file in the archive, you could just put a check mark on the page or something also.

     21 February 2001, 21:51 GMT

Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
DWedit  Account Info
(Web Page)

Will there be an ARPGCS directory for TI83/83+ <sarcasm>ION Games</sarcasm>?

They need to be separate, so they can be weeded out among the actual hand-coded games!

     21 February 2001, 21:52 GMT


Re: Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
BB  Account Info

I agree 100%. It would make more sense to list them as levels than as games.

     23 February 2001, 00:54 GMT


Re: Re: Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
John Wyrwas  Account Info

agree 100%. (by the way, most of them didn't even draw new graphics for them. i created a star wars RPG with it after it came out, excellent graphics, but the engine is really lacking

     27 February 2001, 00:44 GMT

Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
Ken Account Info

But what if I want to see a list of all the games? Will I need to look in two seperate directories?

     21 February 2001, 21:53 GMT

Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
depleateduranium  Account Info

wish someone would make evil dead in asm and maybe a pool game.
this is an incentive do it

     21 February 2001, 22:27 GMT


Re: Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
Nick Carlson

I didn't know the wishes and desires of one person were all that big of an incentive. ^_^

     22 February 2001, 01:53 GMT


Re: Re: Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
depleateduranium  Account Info

money?

     22 February 2001, 17:27 GMT

Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
Thomas Nussbaumer  Account Info
(Web Page)

I'm out of words ;-)

     22 February 2001, 00:49 GMT

Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
Bryan Tran  Account Info

this is the coolest idea. i hate trying to find nostub programs for my calc, since i dont use a shell anymore

     22 February 2001, 01:28 GMT

Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
Scott Noveck  Account Info
(Web Page)

Is it possible that the "DoorsOS" directly could be renamed to something like "kernel"? It just sounds unnecessarily confusing to me (ie, for people who've never heard of ANY of the shells, and for those unable to comprehend the differences between doors, unios, teos, etc).

I also don't like seeing that dash in "no-stub," but that's just nitpicking about an aesthetic thing. I'll get used to it =)

     22 February 2001, 01:32 GMT


Re: Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
Luke Imhoff  Account Info
(Web Page)

If you don't like 'no-stub' you can spell it NOSTUB (all caps).

     22 February 2001, 05:17 GMT

Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
nyall  Account Info

So how about a separate folder in the 89/92+ graphics directory for the greyscale pictures. Though why ticalc accepts those pictures is beyond me.

     22 February 2001, 15:13 GMT


Re: Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
onefastfiveoh

Yah, I agree. Who really wants to look at shitty pictures of cars or star trek. The nudey pictures suck. Most of the animations are maybe neat to look at for about 2 seconds, otherwise it's worthless. I say just delete the folder entirely.

onefastfiveoh

     22 February 2001, 19:11 GMT


Re: Re: Re: More New Directories (In Progress)
nyall  Account Info

i don't hate the content of the pictures, but still the pv conversion utility was made for an individuals own personal use. Not so that they could make files to increase thier ticalc bussiest authors ranking.

     22 February 2001, 22:37 GMT

Where is the hardware 2 patch?
Cpt.Ginyu
(Web Page)

I can not find it anywhere. Just thougt you may want to know.

     24 February 2001, 16:05 GMT


Re: Where is the hardware 2 patch?
Julien Muchembled  Account Info

It is always in the "shells" directory.
I made a mistake when I uploaded it the first time. HW2Patch should be in the "programs" directory.

     25 February 2001, 02:23 GMT

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