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    Smile PSPXTI: A TI-92 Calculator emulator v1.0.0

    (News Submission & Release by zx81)

    Hi all,

    XTiger is an unix emulator (under X Window) of a TI-92 calculator (Texas instruments).
    It was originally written by Jonas Minnberg and was closed source.
    Jonas Minnberg has not worked on XTiger for quite a while and he gave Misha Nasledov the code and permission to GPL it.

    I've sucessfully modified and port the source code of the 0.8 version using PSPSDK environment.
    It's now working fine on PSP !

    The package is under GPL Copyright and sources are included.

    I've tested it only on PSP with FW 2.5 using Fanjita GTA loader, but it seems to work also on 2.x, and a 1.5 FW version is also include (generated using upspear 0.1).

    Many TI92 stuff can be found on the following urls :

    http://www.ticalc.org, and on the texas instruments web site http://education.ti.com

    You need the rom of your TI-92 or TI-92 plus, but it is NOT part of the PSPXTI package because it is the property of Texas Instruments !

    Enjoy,
    Zx.

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    HOLY JESUS! I CANT WAIT TO TRY THIS! your making me use all caps... wow.

    Seriously this is awsome

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    Moving this cool news to the news forum

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    You kick ass zx81, if this can replace my ti84+, then you just saved me
    80 bucks. (now, the search for a BIOS begins)

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    Here is another version with "aqua" skin.

    Nostalgic people should prefer the previous one, but i'd like this aqua version !



    Edit: Thx to SubZero for PSP FW1.5 testing

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    another release excellent

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    that was my dream for long time ago since psp just came out. right now i got the emulator but i don't know where to get the rom. can any body tell me where to get it. thank for ur help.

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    ZX-81 you're the coolest, when I downloaded the HP 48 GX for my PSP, my teacher actually allowed me to use it. I can't say how much you've done for this community man, keep up the good work.

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    Default I have just found

    the ROM here (removed) but the calculator screen doesnt work...im sure that the rom is the guilty. i will continue searching

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    wow this IS pretty awesome.


    Ummm I actually physiclay HAVE a TI-92

    can I copy the needed file out of it somehow? And then let's say I get it, either from my calculator, or from the internet somewhere. where does it go? just stick it in the non% folder?

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