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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #345 on: November 16, 2014, 09:00:58 pm »
I haven't tried yet because I have no idea how to grab the ROM from my Nspire... TiLP doens't work :\
TILP can't do it. You have to use polydumper.

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #346 on: November 17, 2014, 04:55:45 am »
Ah okay. Thanks for the info :)
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #347 on: November 17, 2014, 02:20:37 pm »
WOW! Congrats! Sorry I've been missing for the last month because this is awesome.

It seems that I should delete my repo and start collaborating with the organization.

Thank you very much for your work.

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #348 on: November 17, 2014, 02:39:35 pm »
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No, don't delete your repo, instead push upstream whenever you like to. If it's in any way a massive change, a pull request is the best way to avoid merge conflicts.
Branches on upstream work as well, but there are no pull requests for them. At least that's how it works now for ndless-nspire/Ndless and Vogtinator/Ndless.

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #349 on: November 18, 2014, 10:19:55 am »
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No, don't delete your repo, instead push upstream whenever you like to. If it's in any way a massive change, a pull request is the best way to avoid merge conflicts.
Branches on upstream work as well, but there are no pull requests for them. At least that's how it works now for ndless-nspire/Ndless and Vogtinator/Ndless.

I think it would be better to fork the organization repo and just make the changes there. After that pull request...
Better, isn't it?

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #350 on: November 18, 2014, 09:33:31 pm »
you could rebase your repo to upstream (that's what I do now), and as Vogtinator said, push "small" changes to upstream directly but major one to yours, then with a PR to upstream, for review etc.
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #351 on: November 22, 2014, 02:19:30 pm »
SHIT I THINK I DELETED THE ORG REPO!

I WANTED TO DELETE MINE AND CHANGED TAB ACCIDENTALLY!  :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead:

Sorry!!!!!

What can I do?  :'(

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #352 on: November 22, 2014, 02:37:56 pm »
SHIT I THINK I DELETED THE ORG REPO!

I WANTED TO DELETE MINE AND CHANGED TAB ACCIDENTALLY!  :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead:

Sorry!!!!!

What can I do?  :'(


Thank you Vogtinator for setting the repo up again. Didn't want to make it worse...

Really embarrased...

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #353 on: November 22, 2014, 03:02:45 pm »
Oh, so that's what the automatic subscription was about.... :P
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #354 on: November 22, 2014, 03:03:59 pm »
Let's forget about that (and your doublepost). When I read your message I just laughed really badly xD
It's not really bad to delete an upstream repository as someone will have a working copy with git history and thus every branch can be restored.
But still, it's not a bad idea to check everything twice before deleting...

Anyway, back to the code. How should the keymap be implemented? I thought about a direct mapping of characters, so to type a ( you just have to type (. For {, { and so on.
The downside to this is that the shift key can't be controlled anymore. What do you think about that?

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #355 on: November 22, 2014, 03:51:47 pm »
Anyway, back to the code. How should the keymap be implemented? I thought about a direct mapping of characters, so to type a ( you just have to type (. For {, { and so on.
Yeah, I think it would be a good idea. But we obviously still need buttons, too (for nspire-specific keys...)
When the core stuff are done, a skin-based thing (well, at least, a keyboard that looks like the real one) would be good too, like what KarmTI does (or to a lesser extent, nRemote).
I looked at Qt and frame/headless windows (such that custom window shape/frames could be done for the skin-based interface, if that's the plan) and it looked relatively easy (3-4 lines of code in mainwindow actually, for making the window "custom", with transparent background etc.). I think I have the details bookmarked somewhere...

The downside to this is that the shift key can't be controlled anymore. What do you think about that?
Hmm. Is there any specific application of this where it could be an annoyance ?
But once again, the mapping could be temp. disabled with an option, too... :P

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #356 on: November 22, 2014, 04:53:08 pm »
Anyway, back to the code. How should the keymap be implemented? I thought about a direct mapping of characters, so to type a ( you just have to type (. For {, { and so on.
Yeah, I think it would be a good idea. But we obviously still need buttons, too (for nspire-specific keys...)
When the core stuff are done, a skin-based thing (well, at least, a keyboard that looks like the real one) would be good too, like what KarmTI does (or to a lesser extent, nRemote).
I looked at Qt and frame/headless windows (such that custom window shape/frames could be done for the skin-based interface, if that's the plan) and it looked relatively easy (3-4 lines of code in mainwindow actually, for making the window "custom", with transparent background etc.). I think I have the details bookmarked somewhere...
Hm, what about Qml/Qt Quick? It seems to be perfect for this, it supports SVG natively and makes design relatively easy.

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The downside to this is that the shift key can't be controlled anymore. What do you think about that?
Hmm. Is there any specific application of this where it could be an annoyance ?
But once again, the mapping could be temp. disabled with an option, too... :P
Yeah, only double the work...

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #357 on: November 22, 2014, 04:58:26 pm »
Hm, what about Qml/Qt Quick? It seems to be perfect for this, it supports SVG natively and makes design relatively easy.
Ah, maybe. Cool then. I have never used it, so I didn't think about it.
As long as it still works on all platform without adding much size overhead (?)
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #358 on: November 22, 2014, 05:00:19 pm »
Hm, what about Qml/Qt Quick? It seems to be perfect for this, it supports SVG natively and makes design relatively easy.
Ah, maybe. Cool then. I have never used it, so I didn't think about it.
As long as it still works on all platform without adding much size overhead (?)
Two seperate modules actually, one of them is WebKit's JavaScriptCore IIRC...

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator
« Reply #359 on: November 22, 2014, 06:13:04 pm »
I've been touching the keymap because I wasn't able to use the calculator at all. I could add the remaining keys to the map if you want me to. What do you suggest for the special keys? F1-F12? Alt? Ctrl? ...

It would be very nice to detect mouse over the Lcd widget and send it to the emulator...