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  1. Update: Now with a map editor for xLIBC! TokenIDE is an Interactive Development Environment for TI-BASIC for the TI-73, TI-82, TI-83, TI-83+ series, TI-84+ series, and the TI-84+ Color Silver Edition. Now includes support for xLibC! Its goal is to provide BASIC programmers the ability to develop their programs on the computer, and provide tools to make the development process easier. This version has the ability to load and build BASIC programs, with control over how the program is rendered by TokenIDE, including customizable syntax highlighting. It also includes a built in hex sprite editor, DCS GUI editor, and image editor. This program is written in C#, and has been tested on Linux using Mono 2.10. Note: The readme file is pretty out dated on this, but I figured I'd get an update out there. There have been a lot of changes.

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  2. An inventory editor for the game Sir, You Are Being Hunted. Now works with .NET 3.5.

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  3. This patch provides support for SSD1289-based LCDs at 240x320 pixel resolution on Angstrom Linux for AM335x-based Beaglebone embedded development board. With minimal work, it can probably be ported to other embedded systems based around TI MPUs with similar LCDC modules. You can read all about the development and use of this module and details about writing your own LCDC LIDD modules at <a href="http://www.cemetech.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7814">http://www.cemetech.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7814</a> . Revision 2 updates to the latest Angstrom build.

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  4. globalCALCnet or gCn allows calculators to network from two feet, two miles, or two thousand miles away. gCn consists of a client program that must be run on a computer, as well as a way to connect your calculator(s) and computers. This can be a mini-USB cable for a TI-84+ or TI-84+SE calculator. It can also be firmware loaded onto an Arduino or custom AVR to bridge between a CALCnet2.2 network and the computer running the gCnClient software. The gCnClient program provided in this zip is built for Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and Raspberry Pi; the gCnBridge firmware images for the Arduino and USBID bridge designs are also included. A detailed PDF describes the installation and use of the required software, as well as plans and schematics for constructing the variations on the bridge. v2.0 adds full support for the direct USB (mini-USB) method of connecting TI-84+/SE calculators to gCn, as well as bug and stability fixes.

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  5. This fully developed map contains two levels of building: on the surface of the water, and in underwater colonies. Explore the submarine lava rivers as you create your builds, and ponder the flashes of lightning, rumbling thunder, and ominous clouds above the surface of the water. Just be sure to bring a raincoat so you don't get soaked by the rain.

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  6. This package contains both of my train vehicles to date, the original TBM Train and the subsequent TBM Diesel. Both allow multiple passengers (8 for the train, 3 for the diesel) and full manuverability. Both are mounted on highly realistic LEGO 9V train wheels and modelled from actual LEGO parts or sets. Check it out, and make easy tracks out of hull pieces until TBM tracks are completed.

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  7. Soon after the release of Cemetech City, I'm releasing Cemetech City 2, a heavily modded version of the map that contains a save, ThirdCity. It's texturally quite similar to Cemetech City, but there are empty spaces, particle emitters, and more that work with the save. The save file itself may well be the most extensive build ever created in Blockland: over 400KB, and spanning from below ground to 4.5 scale kilometers above ground, several kilometers in every direction laterally, it contains several cities, multiple towns, and three aboveground bases and jumper-assisted elevators. Go download it now, mess with it, and continue the build!

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  8. <b>Update:</b> If you need a full TI-83+/TI-84+ TI-BASIC program editor/viewer, try <a href="http://sc.cemetech.net">SourceCoder</a><br /><br />
    This small and nifty program will open a TI-83+ program file (.8xp) and display the source code in a textbox. It can also display for you the byte and hex values of the file.

    You must have Windows and the .Net Framework 3.5 to run this program. If you find any bugs, please contact me (username - Codemonkey85) and let me know what happened, what was happening when it happened, etc.

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  9. This was my first flying vehicle for blockland, and my first with working weapons. It has particleEmitter jets, twin laser cannons, and support for a single rider. Excellent handling tweaking let you do loops, swoops, and tricks.

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  10. gedit ("Text Editor" in newer versions of GNOME) is a great tool for developers, featuring syntax highlighting, parenthesis matching, and automatic indentation among other things. It's great for all your coding needs, but it also has a conspicuous lack of syntax support for Z80 assembly programs. This gedit language file adds Z80-specific information for gedit users to enjoy.

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  11. This is the popular SigmaFighter vehicle for the TBM mod for Blockland. It features full flying vehicle dynamics, three independent weapons with original particles, sounds, and more.

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  12. Converts any file to an application variable. Max file size 64k

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  13. A few months ago, Jonathan Pezzino and I had worked on a fair artificially intelligent bot player script for the TBM Blockland mod. We both let it lapse as we got involved in other projects, yet recently, I rediscovered the source in an old backup. I posted it up, and since then, elfprince13, jpez, and I have brushed up on our TorqueScript and made a serviceable bot script. The script, downloadable at the link below, will allow the creation of relatively intelligent bot players that can hold and fire weapons, aim at players and other bots, give and receive damage, and even fight amongst each other. With a special mode we developed entitled Red vs. Blue, the bots can even band together in armies, with red fighting blue, blue attacking red, and both destroying the human players whenever possible. Enjoy this beta!<br /><br />
    New features:<br />
    1. armies.<br />
    2. players can join armies.<br />
    3. red vs blue command to create red and blue armies<br />
    4. bots can be damaged by any weapon and can use any weapon (if you want nukes or flashlights you have to specifically give them to the bots using the 'cfa' server command)<br />
    5. bodyguards<br />
    6. bodyguards turn into normal bots upon death of the person they are protecting

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  14. This is a little tool I made to make recoloring sprites in the game Wolfenstein3D easier. It allows you map all pixels of one color to another based on the selected palette, so if you wanted, for example, to recolor all the greys to green, you could do that very simply.

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  15. Kart2 is the sequel to the original TBMCart. It is modelled from an actual LEGO set, and is modelled to look as realistic as possible. The physics, friction, and suspension have been carefully tailored to optimize the racing experience using it; it's possible to gradually turn, or quickly wrench the steering wheel to execute a "bootlegger's turn". Check out the screenies, and get the download. To spawn, just use <b>commandtoserver('kart');</b>

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  16. Cemetech City is the first large-scale, city build map to hit TBM. It contains multiple towns and cities, a river, and a lake with islands for underwater builds. It also features roads connecting all the areas, each flattened and graded to be passable by the LEGO Cart. The main city has a 3x3 grid of 64x64 plates, with a single larger 128x128 plate at the edge for larger builds. There are places to build bridges, and five smaller towns have been given baseplates for easy builds. There are many other town spaces where baseplates can be added, and in addition there is a space for an airport and for a heliport or other small building.

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  17. The PsiWing is a vehicle modelled by UltimatesS and me, and scripted by myself. It has the smoothest, most flexible handling of my three Greek-lettered flying vehicles, and allows a single player to fly throughout TBM. Check out the screenies, and get the download. To spawn, just use commandtoserver('psiadd');.

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  18. A \"mini\"-mod for DTB, this adds armies of bots, as well as other types of bots such as bodyguards. It also provides weapons patches for all 3 of kerm\'s space ships, a lag fix for the nuke, and a GUI for both DTB and CemetechAI itself. CemetechAI is a must download for all fans of TBM2 and DTB.

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  19. This is just a simple tool that you can use to control your computer with your TI-Z80 via a SilverLink. I've made it as user friendly as I can, short of using a Win32/GTK+ GUI. Installation information is included with the bundled readme.

    Note: One of the requirements is a working install of TiLP. More information on this is in the readme.

    New in R3
    - Fixed a bug where certain applications would not receive the keypresses
    - Fixed a bug where pressing [GRAPH] would kill the PC side process

    New in R2
    - Actually tested it on a TI-83+, now it works on that platform!
    - Added some more error detection
    - Added a Sleep() in the computer program, along with a HALT in the main loop on the calculator.

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  20. Cemetech City Remix is a refresh of the popular city-build map Cemetech City. Now more realistic-looking, it contains myriad areas to explore your creativity and build towns, towers, railroads, and anything you can come up with. Enjoy this map and check out my other maps.

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  21. Cemetech Towers has evolved over the course of a week from a simple framework, to a single 48-story skyscraper with a central elevator system, to a pair of advanced office buildings with a connecting bridge.

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  22. This is a library for .Net for interfacing with globalCALCnet. With just some simple code you can quickly develop software that interfaces with calculators and other computers on globalCALCnet. Also included is an implementation of Chat!, a chat program written to use CALCnet by myself and Christopher "Kerm Martian" Mitchell. Code is included so you can see how to do it yourself.

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  23. This is a imitation of Minecraft 2D. I have never played Minecraft 2D. It is kinda nice. I sincerely hope that I will not get cussed out for making it, 'specially as it is beta software. It is coded in QBasic 1.1 on a Windows 3.1 computer with 640 KB of RAM, so the closer to those specs the better. Oh, and it does not require QBasic because I compiled it with QBasic 4.5 into a DOS program, but I still included the source code. Thanks for reading!
    IT IS BETA.

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  24. This program allows for you to run a private bukkit server. This is used to use bukkit plugins like WorldEdit and Essentials in any of your single player worlds. with little to no setup, easy connection, and no need to install this is the easiest and most portable way to use bukkit plugins in a single player world. Enjoy!

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  25. BinPac8x v1.3 is a Python-language program that is intended to solve the problem of assembling and linking z80 programs for TI-82, TI-83+, TI-83+ Silver, TI-84+, TI-84+ Silver, TI-85, and TI-86 calculators on Windows 7 and on Linux. Previous programs such as DevPac8x were written for a 16-bit environment, and do not run on the DOS emulation of recent operating systems. BinPac8x is a cross-platform solution for Linux or Windows, requiring only Python to function properly. It takes a .bin file generated by an assembler, and turns it into a .8xp file. v1.2 adds ability to generate .82p, .83p, .85s, .86p, and .86s in addition to the existing .8xp format, while v1.3 adds Python 2.x support and optional modification of the program's on-calculator name.

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  26. A model of a futuristic fighter plane. Not a vehicle yet, but they tell me they will be buildable soon.

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  27. SysMon is a set of server and clients to monitor multiple *nix servers from a single interface. It consists of a tiny client Bash + Python script run as a cron on machines to be monitored, a small Python daemon to receive and store client data, and a C/ncurses program to aggregate and display data realtime. SysMon allows an administrator to monitor core CPU temperature, memory usage, load, users, uptime, and up/down status on many servers at a time in a single view, ideal for the small to medium-sized academic department or business. The interface automatically adjusts the data in view to the size of the user's terminal, so SysMon can be used locally, as a headend monitoring tool in a server room, or remotely over SSH. SysMon has been tested on Ubuntu, Gentoo, CentOS, and machines; some Linux competence is suggested for installation.

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  28. A usefull tool to convert any image to hex data for the Axe Pt-Mask( command

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  29. Calc Hub is a program that provides a central hub for calc sites. Calc Hub also includes a built in IRCclient.

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  30. This program allows you to connect to gCn very easily, you practically don't use a computer anymore, you set everything over the calculator.

    Check it out in action over here: http://youtu.be/aXEB06ggCiY

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  31. This simple program converts files with lines of the form "timestamp latitude longitude" (where timestamp is in seconds of epoch time and latitude and longitude are signed decimal numbers) into KML files. It even does intelligent sensing of where the GPS or device has been turned on and off to create discontinuous paths of multiple trips. It is used to create KML files for Google Earth.

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  32. Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, contains a wealth of intellectually and monetarily free content (in common terminology, “free as in speech and free as in beer”). The sheer number of users editing the corpus means that the majority of the articles are well-written and largely factual. However, the relationship between related articles, usually inferred by the See Also links at the bottom of each article, are generally incomplete compared to the relationships implied by words linked amidst the text of each article. We propose a PHP framework to spider Wikipedia, collecting both full-text word lists and lists containing only the words from the text of internal links. We propose comparing the relative performance of a system that attempts to find similarity metrics between articles based on the full text of each article and one based on only on the linked words in each article. This implementation uses the TF-IDF algorithm to normalize word frequency and the cosine similarity metric to rank article similarity. Please see http://www.cemetech.net/projects/item.php?id=30 for a full description and documentation, including information on installing and using this program.

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  33. This utility is a plugin for the pixel-pushing program GrafX2, that easily converts sprites and pictures into RGB 565 values and dumps them into a .h file that can be immediately used for Casio fxCG-10/20 Prizm development. This allows for practical use of GrafX2 as a spriting/drawing tool for Prizm development.

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  34. Scouter 2, or Feedscreamer, is at its core a simple Python application to read RSS feeds via Text To Speech (TTS). However, it has expanded to track location via GPS, check your mail, play you music, and various other tasks. Grab it and read the readme to learn more and give it a try!

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  35. This is a well documented run with the libgmp library. Anybody wanting to go beyond the current timeout limit (x = 4) will have to configure their web server to allow longer processing. It is a php5 script for use with Apache, but should be compatible with other server. Be sure to have the libgmp configured as well.

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  36. A two player pong game, in a circle.

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  37. PartyMode 2.0 is an audio-reactive lighting system that can also be used for illumination, documented at Cemetech. This compressed folder contains PartyModeFFT.ino, the Arduino source code for the firmware used in the project. The audio-processing code was partially inspired by the Piccolo project (https://github.com/adafruit/piccolo), and PartyMode requires the FastFFT library. It also includes an Android app to control the system and the Eagle PCB files for the low-voltage controller.

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  38. All you need to know:
    * Don't run into anything
    * Click to shoot, but each wasted shot subtracts from your score
    * ESC to quit
    * Spacebar to start and pause/unpause the game.
    * Your rate of point accumulation is proportional to your velocity, which is proportional to the distance of your mouse from your ship.

    You should be able to double-click to start the program if you have Java installed, but if that doesn't work, you can run it from the command line by issuing java -jar TunnelGame.jar in the appropriate directory.

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  39. BirdRace is similar to Flappy Bird, except that it is easier and requires multiple players.

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  40. I've completed my third major Blockland map, called BL-Sahara. It is a desert map featuring my first work with fxFoliageReplicators: random cacti scattered throughout the landscape. The entire landscape is themed with several different colors of sand and dark red sandstone, a mix of Saharan deserts and temperate desertland characteristics. It also has sandstorm cloud textures and background sounds; multiple build areas and crevices make it ideal for building, racing, or deathmatches.

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  41. With this new, fairly sensible and straightforward method you can generate highly probable primes beyond big. In candidates.txt an example that holds up to all testing so far is p5M# + p5M + 490.That is over 37 million digits!

    Any probable prime discovered using these tools is to be called a Seklorean Prime. No more goofy formulae or whacky equations. The mystery has been conquered by yours truly.

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  42. This is a tool that lets you download, install, update, and search for files ("packages") from ticalc.org and other community sites from the command line. It uses Python 2.x, and therefore requires a version of that to run. See the Readme for more information and the Changelog for things new in this version.

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  43. Have you ever needed to take a forum post and type it p on a wiki? It was always a pain to change up the formatting to make things presentable. A converter would be very helpful. Well, now there is a converter, written in Ruby and available for OSX, Windows, and Linux. Enjoy!

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  44. Command line tool, written in python, to turn Omnicalc music into FloppyTunes music.

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  45. globalCALCnet is a method of connecting networks of graphing calculators over the internet. A gCn bridge is a piece of software that provides extra services to calculators connected to the gCn metahub. It pretends to be a calculator itself, using the special address AAAAAAAAAA on some hub, and connects the
    real calculators attached to that hub to some new service, like HTTP, IRC, FTP, or SSH. This Python example bridge code gives you everything you need to make your own gCn bridge.

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  46. Allows Delicious Library 2 to import Lego sets from the Peeron database.

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  47. This was my first entry into CC18: Winter Wonderland. You are a match and must dodge snowflakes and collect powerups to increase your score and avoid getting snuffed out. New updates: Now saves a highscore and a few graphical issues have been fixed. Enjoy!

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  48. A simple utility to convert video files to files that the TI-83/84 Plus (SE) can play. Requires Python, FFmpeg, and a few other libraries mentioned in the ReadMe. Does not do audio. This runs on Windows but can run on other platforms with some modification.

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  49. My first full-blown pygame/python game, still being developed. There will be updates to it whenever major progress is made. Try to survive the enemies and zombies as long as possible!

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  50. a Light Bulb dts for use in FreeBuild maps.

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