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Beta TI-89/92+ SDK Release Date
Posted by Nathan on 28 September 2000, 13:49 GMT

Texas Instruments mentioned in its SDK FAQ that there will be a beta release of the TI-89 and TI-92 Plus SDK in "late October." Since before AMS 1.05, Texas Instruments has indicated major changes would take place in the 2.x AMS versions which would create a more open system and a better development platform. Now that the current AMS has been brought inline with TI's criteria, it will be nice to finally get the official tools we have been awaiting for so long.

 


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Re: Beta TI-89/92+ SDK Release Date
Samuel Stearley  Account Info

How does ti keep code from executing from Flash Rom?
Do they mask it like they do to the Ram on HW2?

probablly as that is the only way I can think of.

     29 September 2000, 05:22 GMT

Re: Beta TI-89/92+ SDK Release Date
Bennett Kalafut  Account Info

Does anybody know if this is going to include an ANSI C compiler?

     29 September 2000, 06:54 GMT


Re: Re: Beta TI-89/92+ SDK Release Date
Scott Noveck  Account Info
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Yes, it will (might be a bit buggy, I'm afraid, but I believe that it is ANSI compatible).

     29 September 2000, 08:26 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Beta TI-89/92+ SDK Release Date
Zeljko Juric  Account Info
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The compiler itself is ANSI compatible, but the "library" is quite far from ANSI.

     29 September 2000, 10:07 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Beta TI-89/92+ SDK Release Date
Scott Noveck  Account Info
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As opposed to TIGCCLIB being ANSI, but TIGCC itself not (well, it's ANSI plus extentions, which I suppose would be better - but that's not the same as strict ANSI =)

     29 September 2000, 22:31 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Beta TI-89/92+ SDK Release Date
Zeljko Juric  Account Info
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All GNU C compilers (as TIGCC is) becomes a strict ANSI compiler if you use command switch '-ansi'.

     30 September 2000, 08:24 GMT
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