aapo.rantalainen at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 21:14:11 CEST 2009
I have worked with Tilem emulator. It's for ti73 ti82 ti83 ti83p
ti83pse ti84p ti84pse ti85 and ti86.
It is little bit slow (not very usable) and little bit tall
(cosmetic), there are screenshot:
I thought there are free (as speech) rom-image for emulating and I
draw missing ti-85 skin and (hardly) got it working on Freerunner. And
then I realize there are only official roms available for free (as
beer). So I never did finalize it. I uploaded my bitbake recipe and
one needed patch. (reported to upstream).
I think this might be still cool to have working well, so if somebody
has inspiration and tested this, let me know!
Official sdk-rom-images, priceless, but not free. (hidden in windows
exe, I asked can Texas Instrument put rom-image in pure zip, but they
do not understand my question (or didn't like it))
Or do you mean 'bigger' calculators?
TI-92/92+/89 has GPL rom named PedRom.
I tested compile tiemu 0.0.9
./configure --host=arm-angstrom-linux --with-gui=gtk
(skipping incompatible /usr/lib/libglib.so when searching for -lglib
so configure has some weird, no time to see deeply)
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