Re: A92: Fargo Editor
Re: A92: Fargo Editor
Wow! it looks really neat! Can I get your current VB version somewhere?
What IDE do you use to build C++ 32 bit applications? I can never compile anything
to work under windows with various versions of Borland...
Famille SCHERRER wrote:
> >> why not make a ti-92 emulator, an editor like qbasic to put asm inside
> >> the ti-92 emulator for debugging, and on a menu have run/compile and
> >> have it create the file...can't you figure out a way to make a program
> >> run asm without having to backup files and crap...isn't there like a
> >> program header to tell it that it's part of rom or something to "trick"
> >> the calculator in thinking that it's a "catalog-command." some people
> >> just don't think of these things or something. i'm about fed up with
> >> everyone and everything, it seems that the ti-company is being not only
> >> selfish but greedy. i used to like the ti-company for their "group
> >> effort" in creating great stuff, but this is rediculous when we can't
> >> even get straight forward answers (serious ones at that).
> >That would be very kewl to have, but it would take a very long time to make.
> >I wouldn't be surprised if someone was already working on it.
> >As for TI, I have no idea what you're talking about. TI has always been
> >straightforward in my eyes
> I work on such a project :
> After making the program Fargedit with VB, I am now making Fargedit 2 in
> C++ 32bits. I should be able to release the first version in some months.
> The only problem is that it is only for Windows 95. But is it really a problem ?
> I also wanted to make an emulator under Win95 : then Fargedit II could
> directly send the program to the emulator, and it would be *a dream* !!!
> I have already done the disassembler (execpt some instructions..) , but I
> think I would have better to see with someone who have already an
> emulator. (PLEASE, could the tiger author contact me ??)
> The other problem is that I have a lot of other projects, so I didn't spend
> a lot of time on that for now 2 months.
> But I send with this mail a screen shot of my Fargedit 2 program, to see
> you how it will be.
> If you have suggestions, don't hesitate !
> BYE !
> Benoit SCHERRER
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