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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 program lets you create new Prizm projects and compile them into .g3a Prizm add-in files without messing with .bat files and Makefiles, which should make Prizm C development much faster and easier.

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  4. rom8x assists in creating a calculator ROM image, and does not require any special linking software. Simply run a program on your calculator, transfer the generated file(s) to your PC, and run the utility on your PC to generate a ROM file. Supports all 83+ and 84+ calculators, including the 84+ CSE.

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Converts any file to an application variable. Max file size 64k

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. TI-Nspire emulator

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  11. The greatest assembly kit ever created!I urge you to download Asm Maker even you currently have a compiler.Easily create and compile programs and apps for the TI-83 TI-83/84 Plus.A must for all skill level s with tutorial and all the major headers and include files such as Ion, MirageOs, and DoorsCS.

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  12. 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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  13. This is my first time entering Ludum Dare, so I decided to make an IF game. Growing up I always loved IF, and I figured this would be a good chance to get making one under my belt. You play similar to other IF games (think Zork). Use directions to move around (such as "east" or "e"), and use verbs to interact with with the environment, such as "sleep" and "take". It's a pretty short game, but see if you can find all the IF easter eggs :). There's also some hidden cats!

    I hope you enjoy!

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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. This is my submission for Ludum Dare 22.

    Controls:
    Arrow keys: Movement / Jump
    R: Restart level
    Escape: Quit game

    You are the red pixel.
    Feel free to make your own levels; they're just plain old 24 bit bitmaps.

    [About the update: I added a window caption and an icon, and I made the quit button work and I removed the CMD window in the background. The game itself is unchanged. I'm probably going to get DQedd anyways so you might as well allow the change ;)]

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  17. Creates and compiles asm programs at the touch of a button.Asm Programming has never been so easy!

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  18. 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 changes in the new version.

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  19. Athena, the packager and installer, for your TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus graphing calculators, built to help authors of BASIC games who happen to have zillions of subprograms and data files distribute their games or software suites. The packager part runs on most Windows OSes, and the installer runs on your graphing calculator. You must read the README.TXT file for usage information.

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  20. This program provides a GUI interface to the command-line based Doors CS SDK, making it very easy and fast to assemble and debug both simple and complex assembly programs.

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  21. This program spiders through a directory, creating simple web pages that list all directories and files recursively. I know there are plenty of programs that do this already, I just wanted to make something on my own.

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  22. BranchMap is a tool to simplify tracing and debugging program flow in z80 ASM source code. It takes in a plaintext z80 source file, parses it and any files included in that source file, and generates a postscript or (optionally) PDF file containing a detailed representation of the program flow. It can do all of the following and more: :: Displays all files, labels, and jumps in source file(s) :: Tracks and tries to determine stack depth of all instructions. Looks for unreachable blocks. :: Displays easy-to-read color-coded cross-file call/jump references :: Can optionally track calls and bcalls :: Can optionally graphically track intra-routine stack manipulation :: Easy-to-use PS/PDF output files

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

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  24. Notepad++ 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 language file adds Z80-specific information for N++ users to enjoy.

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  25. 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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  26. renamr68k is a Python script to automate the process of making a project for one 68k calculator compatible with other 68k calculators. It walks through a directory tree and creates a copy of Basic program, text, and application variable files for all three 68k calcs- the TI-89, TI-92 Plus, and Voyage 200. 1.1 contains a bugfix only.

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  27. This nifty little tool simplifies the process of using the gCn Client. A must have for those who need connection fast, or don't know how to use a command line.

    *Update: Developmental USBHID and Arduino options!

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  28. Windows level editor for Alien Breed 5.

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  29. A port of Axpirin, a Rage/Arcade game. Enjoy!

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  30. Programmer's Notepad is a great tool for developers, featuring syntax highlighting, parenthesis matching, and tag closing 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 Scintilla scheme file adds Z80-specific information for PN users to enjoy.

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  31. This ZIP includes both the computer and the calc version of GAME1

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  32. 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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  33. A PC-based level editor for CMonster, Monster, and Orzunoid. Requires .NET Framework 3.5.

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  34. This program converts images to be used and included in CE assembly programs. Many features and options are included; helpful for creating graphics, sprites, and tilemaps easily.

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  35. This is a set a 18 icons, half of them 8x8 pixels (8-byte) and half of them 16x16 pixels (32-byte). They range from a floppy disk to open and closed folders to the TICI 1.0 symbol. Check this out!

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  36. World Editor for Sqrxz CE.

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  37. A simple one-octave piano controlled with the keyboard. It can be shifted to higher and lover keys as well.

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  38. z80hex is a program used to package compiled assembly programs or ASCII hex files to TI-83/84 programs (.8xp). z80hex is easily portable and can be compiled to any device out there with g++. It will automatically add the headers for the TI-83/84 and the TI-84+CSE (BB6D/EF69) for you, but you can add your own header if you so desire. If the usage confuses you, please read the README.

    There is also a Chrome OS ARM version that can be installed via charm (github/amihart/charm).

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  39. This is the include file, DoorsCS.inc, necessary for assembling Doors CS assembly programs. Note: for Doors CS 6, get the Doors CS 6-specific include file.

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  40. These routines let z80 calculators communicate with PS/2 keyboards, mice, and other hardware.

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  41. A simple python program to convert any image to a 4 level grayscale Ti 84/84 Axe program "image" instead of only black and white.

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  42. A simple tool for creating and compiling custom TI-84 Plus CE C Programs quickly. This is not part of the CE C Toolchain, which can be found here: https://github.com/CE-Programming/toolchain/releases.

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  43. tihle is a TI-83+ emulator that is designed to only use freely distributable materials; you don't need a ROM image to use it!

    This version is only tested for a small amount of functionality, so most programs will not work. A few examples that do work are included.

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