Hopefully nothing will break. ._.
Portal login out of service. Use CW navigation bar login link to sign-in for no. by _iPhoenix_
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Just to make things clear... by Juju
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Am I the only one? (sound frequency hearing levels) by xlibman
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The end of CodeWalrus? by xlibman
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Post your game purchases and collection! by xlibman
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Open World Engine for RPGs (OWERPG?) by c4ooo
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Regex golf by _iPhoenix_
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Mateo Quiz by kotu
[Yesterday at 10:17:48 am]
MateoConLechuga tribute gameucc1 by kotu
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Unofficial Codewalrus Contest #1 by kotu
[July 24, 2017, 09:22:24 pm]
What are you listening to? by _iPhoenix_
[July 24, 2017, 04:40:18 pm]
Kotu's tunes by kotu
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Juju's personal stuffnsfw by kotu
[July 24, 2017, 07:28:03 am]
TI-Planet's "Project Builder" with online CE C Compiler by Adriweb
[July 23, 2017, 10:27:45 pm]
Welcome to CodeWalrus: A software development community with a focus on retro-gaming, music and pixel art on various mobile platforms, including graphing calculators, as well as game consoles and PC.
May 01, 2017, 04:23:56 pm by Streetwalrus | Views: 924 | Comments: 21
I will be doing server updates tonight around 2:00AM GMT. Expect a few minutes of downtime as I reboot the server.
Hopefully nothing will break. ._.
April 18, 2017, 09:41:40 pm by xlibman | Views: 542 | Comments: 8
OMG! Starcraft is now Free to play! The game came out in 1998 and used to be paid, but just like Starcraft II, they have now made it free (although unlike SCII where the Free version has limited features, this seems to be the full game). So in other words, if you liked SC go download the original game now and maybe we could play some games together at some point like back in the days
In addition to that, the patch (version 1.18) improves Windows 8.1 and 10 compatibility, although I dunno by how much. It also adds a windowed mode and improves various other things.
You need to use "Run as Administrator" to apply the patch.
A 4K remaster is supposed to come out later this year.
April 11, 2017, 07:30:41 pm by xlibman | Views: 531 | Comments: 4
In the near future, Casio will release the Casio fx-CG50, the fx-CG10/20 successor. In France, the calculator will be named the Graph 90+E.
To our surprise, those two new calculators still have backdoors that allow third-party ASM and C add-ins to run on the platform, a big contrast with the locked-down Casio ClassPad II (fx-CP400), soon to be replaced with the fx-CP500. However, just like with the differences between the Casio fx-9860g/II SH3 vs SH4, TI-83 vs TI-83 Plus, TI-84 Plus vs TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition and TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition vs TI-84 Plus CE, it appears that most PRIZM add-ins cannot run properly on the new model. Until now, only three of the original add-ins ran properly (see compatibility list), with the others being riddled with glitches or crashing outright. Parts of the problem is that there was no official SDK for the Casio PRIZM series, so the risk of add-ins using undocumented code or working directly with certain memory addresses was higher, and doing so resulted into said add-ins to be dependent on the hardware they were designed for, not for its successors.
However, thanks to Critor, two games that had smaller issues on the fx-CG50 have been ported and now work properly: Gravity Duck and Cubefield!
As you will notice, there's also a noticeable speed increase. Hopefully other add-ins still have their source code available and can be ported without too much hassle.
Source: https://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=215248#p215248 and https://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=215267#p215267
April 05, 2017, 06:04:49 pm by xlibman | Views: 1093 | Comments: 16
Another busy calculator and non-calculator projects development month has ended and it's now time for the March 2017 Monthly CW Project Award poll! Out of the 28 active projects this month, 26 are eligible to participate again and are listed in the poll above or below:
(83+/84+) Driller Knight
(83+/84+) Lazer 2
(83+/84+/CSE) Sorcery of Uvutu
(84+CSE/CE) Linux TI-BASIC Clone
(84+CSE/CE) Pure TI-BASIC Raycaster
(84+CE) ICE Compiler
(84+CE) Pirate Space Kitties
(84+CE) TI-Planet CE C Project Builder
(84+CE) Walrus Cheese Run
(89/89T) Jumpman 68K
(Nspire CX) gpSP-Nspire for HW-W
(Nspire CX) Kern Method
(Nspire CX) Puzzle15
(Casio) The P7 Project
(Multiplatform) Clouttery Battery Monitor
(PC) Color Speedrun
(PC) MOS: Apocalypse
(PC) PalmOS Emulator
(PC) Superstar Hero
(PC) Walrus Kingdom
As always, all entries are competing against each others, regardless of the platform. Have you spotted projects this month that you think are more notable in particular or that you liked in particular? Select six (6) options in the poll attached to this topic (requires 20 posts) then click Submit! And don't forget to visit each topic again to give authors encouragements and suggestions!
You have You have until April 12th to vote, so hurry up!
March 31, 2017, 08:20:59 am by Juju | Views: 1710 | Comments: 36
Hey guys, here on CodeWalrus we always strive to give you the best experience we can on the forums. We heard your complains and suggestions, so the staff team decided to transfer the site to a completely new forum software we wrote. We were working on it a bit in secret since a while now, there's still a few issues we should figure out, but things should work. It's a completely novel way to use the forum, I guess you'll have to get used to it a bit, but I'm pretty sure you'll like it. The change will occur sometime today as most of the server admins will be on, if you don't see it right away there will be a prompt to try the new site out, and the best thing, if you don't like it you can always go back to the previous interface as we know it as both sites will run in parallel.
Just warning you before we put it online, if you have issues with the new thing, you can always complain as usual in the usual section. Otherwise, have fun!
And yeah, I see the date, I assure you it's completely unrelated. You know me, my "april fools" changes always tend to stick, eh MLP Québec, who completely changed URLs and names on a 1st of April?
EDIT: Happy April's Fools, of course the site ain't gonna change, but if you liked it, you still can access it from https://codewalr.us/os