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How do I integrate TI's device driver into a Windows 10 universal app?
You can use your own driver, though you'd need to uninstall TI's driver
QuoteHow do I integrate TI's device driver into a Windows 10 universal app?You don't, for at least two obvious reasons:* a permanent one: licensing/copyright;* a potentially transient reason: platform support. That is, for now, TI's drivers do not support all of the platforms which could be targeted by an universal app.
Then how was TILP possible to make?
By reverse engineering the protocol used by the calcs. It's far from being an easy task though.
TiLP was also maintained by very skilled programmers with years of experience beforehand.
(although dev has slowed down a lot as of lately apparently, it works much better than TI connect for me).
Waaaait. TI gave you calculators for making a competitor of their software?
The one thing that still needs improvement is Nspire support tho.
Linking works fine but you can't access the whole fs.
Having access to the root of documents would still be sort of useful,
also setting the target directory from the command line (I use tilp in scripts, especially for ndless projects).
Also maybe this conversation should be split. *prods Eiyeron*
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