TiEmu is an emulator that works on many different operating systems like Linux/Unix, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, Microsoft Windows and so on. It emulates the Motorola 68000 series Texas Instruments graphing calculators (TI-89, TI-89 Titanium, TI-92, TI-92 Plus and Voyage 200). TiEmu is licensed under the GPL.
Various Parts of TiEmu
TiEmu 3 has many features:
- The emulator — this is the core of TiEmu 3.
- GDB integration — this is the main new feature of TiEmu 3. It allows calculator software programmers to debug their software with ease.
- tilibs framework — this is the framework that is used to link TiEmu 3 to either a calculator via Link Cable, TiLP, another TiEmu instance or VTI. This feature can be used for the use of programming/debugging software for the calculator that requires a link to another calculator unit.
Development of TiEmu
With the development of tilibs2 and improvements made to TiEmu code, TiEmu 3 is quite stable.
- TiEmu 3 — While development of some new features is finished, improvements such as bug fixes still need to be made.
- tilibs2 — The latest official snapshot version of TiEmu 3 implements tilibs versions:
- libticables2 — 1.3.0
- libticalcs2 — 1.1.3
- libticonv — 1.1.0
- libtifiles2 — 1.1.2
The TiEmu team currently consists of these team members:
- Romain Liévin — Former TiEmu/TiLP Team Leader.
- Julien Blache — Former Debian packager, infrastructure provider.
- Lionel Debroux — from the TI-Chess Team (TICT) and GCC4TI.
List of related products
- GCC4TI is a C compiler for the 68k graphing calculators of TI.
- TiLP is an alternative linking program to TI-Connect that works on Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and on Mac OS X.
- Virtual TI was the first TI graphing calculator emulator supporting the TI-89 and the TI-92 Plus, at first in a separate version called VTI68k, which was later merged into Virtual TI itself. As it is really old and not maintained anymore, and also lacks a C debugger, the GCC4TI Team recommends using TiEmu instead.