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General Music Talk / Re: What are you listening to?
« Last post by Strontium on Today at 04:21:45 am »
i've always hated extreme metal but then something happened and for some reason i dig
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Programs and Utilities / Re: Blast Calculator Security Suite (CE Only)
« Last post by ACagliano on Yesterday at 06:20:38 pm »
Version 0.7b:

- Smart-Detect ProgRun hook added.
- Settings menu added.
- A number of significant GUI enhancements
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Programs and Utilities / Blast Calculator Security Suite (CE Only)
« Last post by ACagliano on Yesterday at 11:29:49 am »
**Early Access Beta Release** A suite of calculator security tools that actually functions, unlike many of the fake tools that just search for names like VIRUS, or don't scan at all. This program already has the ability to: - Save and update a database of all Programs or Protected Programs on your calculator, consisting of their names, sizes, and a 24-bit checksum. - Compare the current version of the program with the version in the database, and inform you if the size or checksum don't match. - Ability to scan your programs/protected programs for byte sequences that are potentially hazardous, via a virus definitions file that will be community-sourced. - Save your calculator's date and time settings in a secure location, thus preserving it across RAM clears. Every time you run this program, the date/time are either silently re-saved (if later) or restored (if earlier). Upcoming Features: - Ability to view/modify virus definitions on calc. - A firewall to integrate with any networking protocols devised for the CE. - Program running hook to allow the virus scan or checksum scan to be run on a specific program before it runs (disable-able)
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General Music Talk / Re: What are you listening to?
« Last post by Juju on April 19, 2018, 05:08:31 pm »
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General Music Talk / Re: What are you listening to?
« Last post by Strontium on April 19, 2018, 05:07:30 am »



two favorite albums rn
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Hmm that's cool, good luck completing it!
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Calc Projects, Programming & Tutorials / Re: Age of CEmpires I
« Last post by PT_ on April 18, 2018, 04:53:22 pm »
AoCE is now an app! :D



I entirely switched to fasmg, which was a horrible move, but now it's much better. You don't need spasm anymore to build it, just download the C toolchain.
The speed *.*
I know right, except I can't promise it will be that fast when everything is added :trollface: Also, you can look at the amount of wood,  it increases one per frame.
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Gaming / Unreal Tournament 2018
« Last post by xlibman on April 18, 2018, 01:26:24 pm »
Anyone tried the new UT game that is under development? It has some issues since it's in early stages but it sure brought back good memories from 2004, when I was playing the first Unreal Tournament from 1999 on my Pentium II 350 MHz.
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Calc Projects, Programming & Tutorials / Re: Age of CEmpires I
« Last post by xlibman on April 18, 2018, 11:06:00 am »
AoCE is now an app! :D



I entirely switched to fasmg, which was a horrible move, but now it's much better. You don't need spasm anymore to build it, just download the C toolchain.
The speed *.*
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Calc Projects, Programming & Tutorials / Re: Age of CEmpires I
« Last post by PT_ on April 18, 2018, 07:50:06 am »
Hmm it looks nice. Does the CE really have enough memory for such detailed sprites?

IIRC, AOCE puts everything in the Archive, and then fills most of the RAM to run. I think that there shouldn't be that much of a problem, because with OS 5.3, you can run archived programs without unarchiving them. SO, you'd keep things in archive, and AoCE would have tons of space to run in. Also, I think some of the stuff is stored in an appvar in archive to take up less space.
Not entirely true. Everything will be put in flash, true, but all the assembly programs need to be unarchived to run (except apps). AoCE backups RAM and then clears it, then it puts its main code in RAM, sprites, map data, buildings (and total of about 150kB) and the remaining space is for dynamically loading units :)
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