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TI 68K / Re: Punix
« on: March 01, 2011, 03:39:31 am »
I'm using Linux, but right now I don't have much time on my hands. I will see I can compile it somewhere later this month.
Its so cool that your system is following the POSIX guidelines, as there are so many little programs build for *nix systems that will work without changing the code.

Introduce Yourself! / Re: *Waves
« on: February 28, 2011, 05:21:51 pm »
I think I missed the 68K community drama, in my eyes all looked good, with super mario of lachprog, ultima v of ranman and still some others.

Introduce Yourself! / Re: *Waves
« on: February 28, 2011, 05:04:40 pm »
Thanks for notifying, fixed it :)

Introduce Yourself! / Re: *Waves
« on: February 28, 2011, 05:00:41 pm »
Of course we wanna test/debug/review your project :D
You are 'the little big brother', is that older or younger than him?
I'm older, he is 15, and I'm 18.
Also, why is your topic named '*Waves'?
Because I wanted find an unique name, and *Waves seemed fun to me (waving to someone, greeting :)

@DJ_O, they are still popular enough for me :)
I (my family) have 5 working 68k calcs, and only 1 z80.

Introduce Yourself! / *Waves
« on: February 28, 2011, 04:50:11 pm »
Hello, I'm Jim Bauwens, and I'm the little big brother of Stefan Bauwens.
I program for the TI-92 Plus / TI-89, and Basic is my main language. I can program in C, but for some freaky reason I never really created any real project in it. I'm also a enthusiastic computer programmer (Python/Bash/C), and I use Linux as my main platform (and I oh so love it :)

My current project is (a second version of) Block Breaker, a puzzle/platform game for the Ti-92/v200. Its almost done, and I'll probably post it here somewhere in this month for bug testing/reviewing (if you guys want to do that).

Other Calculators / Re: Ti-NSpire getkey function.
« on: February 28, 2011, 04:20:36 pm »
Concerning, getkey, I think it will be relative easy to implant as soon as an exploit is discovered for the nSpire. I have seen that the new OS can export to HTML, so maybe it is possible to import HTML files, and then try to insert weird/many characters to create a buffer overflow. 

TI 68K / Re: Punix
« on: February 28, 2011, 04:00:37 pm »
This is just awesome! I've been following the progress of punix for years, and its great to see progress!
I've tried to compile it once, but I failed (probably I did something stupid). The screenshot show that you have already written a shell for it, which makes me even more happy :)

Introduce Yourself! / Re: Hi, I'm Stefan Bauwens
« on: February 28, 2011, 03:52:48 pm »
I unfortunately never tried Block Breaker. Is it available for the TI-89 Titanium too? I only got an old TI-92 (with missing pixel columns) and a TI-89T.
Ah, thats to bad, as Block Breaker is optimized for Ti-92 Plus/V200 calc's.
However, it wouldn't be to hard to port it to the 89(T), it just would require smaller sprites.  

Anyway welcome on the forums. I hope you enjoy your stay.
Thanks, I'm sure I will!

@Stefan, ever heard of a well deserved rest?

Introduce Yourself! / Re: Hi, I'm Stefan Bauwens
« on: February 28, 2011, 03:45:16 pm »
By the way would your brother happen to be this guy?

Hello :)
Yes, I'm his little big brother, who is also a calculator freak. I was a couple of years ago active on Ti-Freakware (I even remember you!). I still program on my TI-92 plus regularly, and I'm actually finished with a second version of Block Breaker, it just needs more maps. It is still programmed in basic though, but its allot faster and better than the first version. I have still some other projects, like a program that draws koch's snowflake (a fractal), but I don't intent to release them. Well, that sums about everything I wanted to say!

Edit: I forgot to note that I'm an enthusiast computer programmer. I program in Python/Bash/C, and Linux is my main platform.

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