b/[Inactive] KnightOS (TI-73/83+/84+/CSE)

A third-party operating system intended to be compatible with every Z80 TI calculator that can be upgraded from the TI-73 to the TI-84 Plus series. It is still under development.
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Unirse Started by u/Vijfhoek • March 22, 2015, 04:29:22 PM

KnightOS Updates

This post has originally been posted by SirCmpwn on TI-Planet and has been crossposted with his permission. Hello again! We haven't posted any updates since November so there is a lot of news for you: New contributors! We now extend thanks to kedarbramhe, Hugo "s0r00t" Courtial, Francis Lewis, Noah "Ivoah" Rosamilia, Kevin Lange, altbdoor, Justin "Jnesselr" Nesselrotte, Bjorn Neergaard, Willem "willem3...
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Unirse Started by u/Max Leiter • December 27, 2015, 11:53:26 PM

C support in KOS

I had a better topic but accidentally reloaded the page and lost it  Recently, I've been working on C bindings/the C library ( libc ) for KnightOS. Once I've finished the C bindings for corelib I plan to create some bindings for fx3dlib and configlib (both by matrefeytontias ).I'm really hoping this will interest more people in KOS, mostly because a lot mor...
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Unirse Started by u/Max Leiter • October 13, 2015, 06:49:20 AM

KIMP - a (huge) WIP image/sprite editor for KnightOS

KIMP = KnightOS image manipulation programI'm new to assembly (and anything calculator related) and decided to try and make a sprite editor for KnightOS. Eventually, it will support KnightOS's image format (and will also require me implementing 'kimg' support into the kernel d: ). The source code is currently available here: and any suggestions/comments/anything is appreciated.Here's a quick screenshot EDIT: Updated image with cen...
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Unirse Started by u/SirCmpwn • April 23, 2015, 12:43:25 AM

Pong for KnightOS - An example C project

To demonstrate the improvements being made to KnightOS's C support, I've started to make a Real Project in C. The source code is here, it's worth browsing (especially if you know C): is a pretty simple project, but since this is meant to be an example I've been keeping it carefully organized so that it's a clear example of how you might structure a large C project for KnightOS. Some important things going on here include:[...
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Unirse Started by u/SirCmpwn • April 07, 2015, 04:07:31 AM

scas - a new assembler & linker

scas is the assembler and linker that we've been working on to replace sass for KnightOS. It also works great for TIOS. Here's the rundown of what makes it interesting: Separate assembly and linking steps ASxxxx compatibility (which means SDCC support) Runs on any POSIXish system (plus Windows) Detailed documentation and Unix style design Clean and maintainable codebase KEXC, 8xp, and binary output supported scas is not complete, but th...
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Unirse Started by u/Yuki • November 18, 2014, 01:33:53 PM


trying out something.EDIT (DJ) made it external link because it will make some people's older computers freeze otherwise >.<
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