I've added full support for TI-Nspire projects, and at this point, you can use tiDE to compile TI-Nspire C programs. I will add support for ncubate soon, as well as extend the current support for TI-Nspire projects. I've also partially added file creation based on XML templates in a similar manner to project templates (see the last update). The IDE portion is really fleshed out quite far. As for the z80 assembler and z80 emulator, progress as usual. We've also added projects for tokenizers (TI-Basic support). A fully working sprite editor has also been added (with grayscale support), and will be made more and more functional over time. It also accepts customized parameters from tiDE, so that a particular format can be accepted (TI-Basic has text sprites, assembly uses "db", C uses arrays, etc), which of course can tie into add-ins for more languages. A DCS7 GUI editor has also been added, only partially in progress, to give an experience very similar to designing forms in Visual Studio.
As always, you can download the latest source code here
. Today marks the first day where you might actually want to get tiDE, for Nspire C programming (which is now fully supported). Of course, it will be better in a few days, when integrated emulator support is added, as well as some more features to the suite as a whole.