Commit 4071eeec authored by Andreas B. Mundt's avatar Andreas B. Mundt

Imported Upstream version 3.03-nogdb+dfsg

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The TiEmu project is managed by the TiEmu team.
The TiEmu team includes the following people:
!!! For problems, questions, ... use the TiEmu mailing list:
<>. Don't mail authors directly !!!
Romain Lievin (roms): main developer, Win32 port
Julien Blache (jb): GTK2 upgrade of TiEmu-I
Kevin Kofler (kkofler): gdb integration, fixed and patches
Christian Walther (cw): Mac OS-X port
web: ??
Jaime Fernando Meza Meza (jf): icon & skin design
web: ?
- Julien Blache <>: Linux/Debian
- Romain Lievin <>: Win32
- Kevin Kofler <>: Linux/Fedora ?
All the others who have contributed to
Some contributions have been brought about this software by people:
- code: Kevin Kofler
- help: Olivier Armand and Lionel Debroux
- pedrom: Patrick Pelissier
- logo: hibou (real name ?)
*------------ Previous releases ----------------*
Roms aka Romain Lievin
Tom aka Thomas Corvazier
The libti68k library is based on the Jonas Minnberg's emulator
named (X)Tiger. He has recently released its emulator under GPL licence.
See the LICENSES file for more informations.
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List of known bugs to fix:'s bug list
2489443 Screen Elements Ignored by TiEmu
1891657 TiEmu can't find glib-2.0-0.dll from Glib 2.14.3
1649068 Keyboard layout under Linux
1569553 pc-TiEmu link
1555602 Missed key presses w/ TabletPC Stylus
1305067 "busy" flickers
1249087 Key mapping failed
* Il y a un bogue avec le débogueur et les touches: prends un AMS 2.0x ou 3.0x, mets
un breakpoint sur le trap #11, lance un programme ASM (même Exec "4e750000" suffit),
quitte le débogueur, appuie sur n'importe quelle touche, il réagit comme si c'était ENTER.
Seulement après avoir désactivé le BP sur le trap 11 et appuyé sur ENTER une autre fois,
TiEmu reprend son comportement normal.
Ce problème est apparemment causée par le fait qu'une touche (ENTER) est appuyée au moment
où on entre dans le débogueur. (Le BP sur le trap 11 s'active au moment où ENTER est encore
* transferts lents
* Un bug bizarre, dont les instructions de
reproduction semblent être:
* utiliser un AMS "récent" (2.07+), sur une 92+ ou
V200 (peut-être 89 aussi ?).
* aller dans la fenêtre de debug, partie sélection
des ROM_CALLs, sélectionner l'un d'entre eux
(_bcd_math par exemple).
* passer à un AMS 2.05 (testé: ROM dump de 89 avec
* aller dans la fenêtre de debug: TIEmu est parti
dans le décor, je ne sais pas s'il exécute ou pas
* MOVEA.W dis-assembled as MOVEA.L (HeapDeref)
* pressing Ctrl+Alt+Supp makes emu unresponsive. Press Ctrl again.
* CPU consumption may be high
* debugger crash when double-clicking stack value (
+ done
- in progress
* to do...
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`configure' itself.
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*----------------- XTiger ----------------------*
Original author of (X)tiger: Jonas Minnberg
Homepage for Tiger:
License: GPL
*------------------- UAE -----------------------*
Original author of UAE: Bernd Schmidt
Homepage for UAE:
License: GPL
*----------------- PedRom ----------------------*
Author: PpHd
License: GPL (version 2 or later)
Fully-GPL version by Kevin Kofler: <>
--------------- GDB / Insight ------------------*
Copyright holder: Free Software Foundation
Homepage for GDB:
Homepage for Insight:
License: GPL (version 2 or later)
-------------- Tcl / Tk / itcl -----------------*
Copyright holders: Regents of the University of
California, Sun Microsystems, Inc.,
Scriptics Corporation, ActiveState Corporation,
Cadence Design Systems, Inc. and other parties
License: Tcl/Tk License (GPL-compatible)
## Process this file with automake to produce
# subdirectories to scan
SUBDIRS = build glade help misc pedrom pixmaps po skins src
SUBDIRS += man
EXTRA_DIST = BUGS README.* TODO docs desktop sdk po/copy.bat po/TRANSLATORS install.bat
# install hook to install prebuilt Manpage.txt if groff is not available
$(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(pkgdatadir)
$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/man/Manpage.txt $(DESTDIR)$(pkgdatadir)/Manpage.txt
# custom targets
$(MAKE) install DESTDIR="$(DESTDIR)"
$(MAKE) install SUBDIRS="build glade help misc pedrom pixmaps skins man" DESTDIR="$(DESTDIR)"
$(MAKE) install SUBDIRS="build glade help misc pedrom pixmaps skins" DESTDIR="$(DESTDIR)"
cd src && $(MAKE) install-without-tcl-tk DESTDIR="$(DESTDIR)"
$(MAKE) install DESTDIR="$(DESTDIR)"
$(MAKE) install SUBDIRS="build glade help misc pedrom pixmaps skins man" DESTDIR="$(DESTDIR)"
$(MAKE) install SUBDIRS="build glade help misc pedrom pixmaps skins" DESTDIR="$(DESTDIR)"
cd src && $(MAKE) install-without-tcl-tk-itcl DESTDIR="$(DESTDIR)"
cd src && $(MAKE) regsvr DESTDIR="$(DESTDIR)"
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See <>
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* TiEmu 3 *
List of text files:
- AUTHORS: list of authors
- COPYING: license
- LICENSES: list of program included
- README.linux: specific linux instructions
- README.win32: specific windows instructions
- RELEASE: what's changed in this release
- TODO: work to do or planned
Texas Instruments and TI are trademarks of Texas Instruments Incorporated.
For more informations: <>
This document has been written independantly of Texas Instruments.
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* TiEmu *
* Linux version *
- A UNIX computer (Intel x86 or PPC) and C compiler (gcc)
- X11 (X Window System)
- GTK+ 2.6 from <>
- ticables2, tifiles2 and ticalcs2 libraries from the
TiLP 2 project <>
At first, you must have the ticables and ticalcs libraries installed. See
the documentation of these libraries for the installation procedure.
Untar the tiemu-X.XX.tar.gz archive (tar -xvzf), change directory to
tiemu directory.
Go the tiemu directory and type './configure' in order to be sure
that all it is OK. If you want to use KDE file dialogs, run
'./configure --with-kde' instead.
Next, type 'make' to make a binary for your machine.
If you want does not want to use GDB as debugger or use the odl one (tiemu2),
run './configure --disable-gdb'.
If the compile suceeds without any errors, you can type 'make install' to
install the binary in /usr/local/bin. This will also copy some necessary
files to /usr/local/share/tiemu and will install the manpage and the
If you already have some TiEmu images, you will have to manually copy them
to the /usr/locale/share/tiemu/images directory.
Type 'tiemu' for using it. TiEmu accepts some command line parameters.
Do 'tiemu --help' or read the manpage by 'man tiemu'.
TiEmu is Copyright (C) 2000-2009 by the TiEmu team <>
Copying is allowed under the terms of GNU General Public License (LGPL).
See the file COPYING for more details.
Please report any bugs, questions, ... (please give us your platform, your
calculator type (with ROM version) and your link cable model).
The TiEmu team <>
* TiEmu *