After a long summer and fall of coding and debugging, Doors CS 7.1 has finally been released! This milestone comes three years since the last major release of Doors CS 6.0 in April 2007 and two years since the incremental release of Doors CS 6.2 in May 2008, and four months since Doors CS 7.0 was released in late August. Nine years since its humble beginnings as a crude BASIC shell, Doors CS 7.1 aims to bring a full set of features and rock-solid stability to users and coders alike. It supports MirageOS, Ion, Doors CS, and nostub BASIC and Assembly programs, and contains full support libraries for XLib, Celtic III, PicArc, (partially) Omnicalc, and the new DCSB Libs that let Doors CS coders use features like the DCS GUI. The HomeRun feature lets you execute any type of program, BASIC or ASM, archived or not, from the TI-OS homescreen. The Doors CS desktop lets you view your programs and folders, organize them into nested folders, cut, copy, rename, lock, archive, hide, and even edit programs, and change settings and options from the DCS Menu. Doors CS 7.0 added more robust protection from data loss due to RAM Clears, including automatic restoration of the user's folder structure. In addition, Doors CS 7.1 packages the powerful CALCnet2.2 networking protocol into the shell, allowing users to link two, twenty, or two thousand calculators for communication and multiplayer gaming.
For ASM developers, Doors CS offers a full suite of features, adding the DCS GUI system, and Associated Program system that automatically opens files in their associated viewer/editor, and much more on top of a full complement of MirageOS and Ion-compatible libraries. BASIC programmers can take advantage of support for every popular BASIC library built directly into the shell. Full information about Doors CS can be found at http://dcs.cemetech.net, including a (very) exhaustive feature list and screenshots galore for your viewing pleasure.
Download Doors CS 7.1 today and unleash the full power of your graphing calculator!