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Re: The P7 project: free your CASIO calculator!
« on: March 15, 2017, 10:24:33 pm »
Quote from: p4nix
Do you know if there is a way to include the functions sending the pictures to the computer to monochrome lib?
I don't think there's a specific syscall for this, I'll ask Simon Lothar, but don't expect much. x)

Quote from: p4nix
Also, can you already send multiple files at once, apart from using a script and not stopping the transfer on the calc? I'm not quite up to date atm :p
Of course, using the --no-init and --no-exit options! So all of the calls to p7 except the last one will need the --no-exit option, and all calls except the first one will need the --no-init option. The command itself don't support sending multiple files at once, but you can still make a simple bash script given what I told above ;)

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Also, try to encourage other members to crosspost their projects here  :thumbsup:
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga
The public education system in France is not as serious as elsewhere regarding English learning (in Quebec, learning English is mandatory starting in grade 4).
Actually, English is mandatory also in France, and even if most french people aren't almost native speakers, people that do the most on Planète Casio have a good level of English as it's the dominant language in computer science and stuff. The main barrier is that it can be tiring to be in several communities simultaneously. But as I'm trying to gather as much information as I can as I need them for my projects (libp7, libg1m, FONTCHARACTER reference, ...), and information is everywhere, I need to go everywhere to get them. :p

Also, we're quite few at Planète Casio, and even less are really working on CASIO-related projects. Apart from the P7 project, the gint project (+fxsdk), we don't have much. But I'll see what I can do and if some members are interested :)
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