In particular, it is a place where independent 3rd party software developers and programmers can share information about software development on the TI-Nspire. Both information about writing new software to run on the TI-Nspire, and also information about porting software (such as software originally written for the TI-89) to the TI-Nspire. Most developers seem to be using the GNU ARM toolchain to compile programs they wrote in the C programming language, the ARM assembly language, or some combination.
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(As of: 12 December 2012)
- Related wiki
- WikiTI is an unofficial wiki covering all TI calculators
- ARM microcontroller wiki discusses the CPU used in the TI-Nspire
- the Calculators wiki discusses calculators from that other calculator company; many of them also use an ARM CPU -- so perhaps some software and toolchain utilities could be shared.
- Wikibooks: TI-Lists
- Wikibooks: TI-Basic Programs
- PyMite: Does PyMite or any other dialect of Python run on the TI-Nspire?
- OpenServo wiki (how is this related?)
- Wireless Sensor Network wiki (how is this related?)