Hey I was interested in making a custom editor for TI-Basic(with better syntax) and was wondering if the file format has been decoded.
Just found: http://sourceforge.net/projects/tibasic/
Going to rework it a bit, thinking of:
-Stripping out leading whitespace to allow for indentation.
-Define statements, such as :DEFINE keyCode K
-Compile multiple files in one command.
-Mark as protected.
-Maybe support for more tokens(if needed), such as the finance variables and latin characters(are the token codes known?).
Yeah I think I can really make this into something much more awesome.
Any other ideas?
The current version of the compiler is generating 8xp files that TI-Connect wont accept, and a hex editor doesn't show anything too odd compared to equivalent SourceCoder output.
Awaiting a response from the author on the status of it.
Anyone else have any experience on either of the compilers?
are you generating 8xp files or 83p files? they have slightly different headers
maybe my program might help?
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The only problem with your program, calccrypto, is that it's written in Python. Not that that's bad, just that not many people (at least the programmers I know) use it. Otherwise I've used it before and it works like a charm.
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