Toolchain for C programming on the TI CE calculators (TI-84 Plus CE / TI-83 Premium CE)
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Toolchain

Toolchain for C programming on the 'CE' series of TI calculators (TI-84 Plus CE / TI-83 Premium CE)

Installation

  1. Download and extract the .zip file from the latest release ; you should see a folder inside called 'CEdev'
    Note: Place the CEdev folder somewhere close to your root directory, i.e. C:\CEdev (or ~/CEdev on macOS/Linux), with no spaces in the path for best results.
  2. Add a user environment variable called CEDEV, pointing to the CEdev folder (instructions on how to do that on: Windows, Mac, Linux)
  3. Edit the system environment variable called PATH to append the bin folder in the CEdev folder (CEdev/bin) (instructions on how to do that on: Windows, Mac, Linux)
  4. If you are running under Linux or macOS, wine is required to build. Usually using the absolute path to make.exe in the CEdev/bin directory works the best, i.e. wine ~/CEdev/make.exe

Included you will find the 'Standard' CE C Libraries. These perform efficient and easy support for graphics, file I/O, keypad input, etc. You can find examples in CEdev/examples/library_examples

For more information on how to use this toolchain, please see the documentation page: https://ce-programming.github.io/documentation/
You can also join us on IRC on the EFNet servers: #ez80-dev (and #cemu-dev for CEmu)