- Any hope for TI-86 assembly programming?
- 26 Apr 2022 08:07:22 pm Permalink
I have a TI-86 that I used in high school to play around with some simple assembly. I was hoping to try it again but I've run into some snags. I've rediscovered some great resources for the TI-86 assembly programming, but I can't seem to get an assembler working for generating .86p files, at least I can't get it to work on Windows 10. I tried hacking around some tutorials for the TI-84 with spasm-ng by changing the includes but no dice. I'm hoping to avoid full-on emulation of an older Windows OS just to get it to work. I've seen some suggestion that it might be possible to do it in two steps, first generating a binary and then .86p? Any ideas or would I have to spring for a brand new calculator?