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Under the heading of WHY NOT, I'm truly surprised there is not an online compiler for TI Extended BASIC programs yet.

 

You know, cut & paste, then download the finished product all in one step.   :grin:

 

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... and maybe a second button to turn it into a .BIN for the FlashROM or FinalGROM as well.  Everyone, even newbies could make their own programs or utilities without asking others for help and or assistance.  I imagine that would encourage a resurgence in programming.

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I might be able to put something together based on js99er.net and senior_falcon's compiler. I imagine you would paste in the XB code, and the app would remote control the compiler and spit out a file at the end. Would anyone be interested in using such a thing?

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I might be able to put something together based on js99er.net and senior_falcon's compiler. I imagine you would paste in the XB code, and the app would remote control the compiler and spit out a file at the end. Would anyone be interested in using such a thing?

 

Sure! Although the process is already mostly automated via XB and pretty painless. 

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As someone who is currently trying to gain a working knowledge and struggling to get my XB program to compile to produce my expected result, It would be handy tool to have as an option to use for verification/validation.  

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TI programs are small, so upload times at standard speeds seem almost instantaneous, so if the processing (at the website) is FASTER that using a TI it would come in real handy, especially when testing multiple revisions.

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Are we talking about tokenizing the text of an Extended Basic program, or about compiling the Extended Basic program to machine language?

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Are we talking about tokenizing the text of an Extended Basic program, or about compiling the Extended Basic program to machine language?

 

What I envisioned would be..

 

1) The user UPLOADS an Extended BASIC program, or does a cut & paste like the TIPI uses...

 

2) On the other end the software automatically converts the uploaded file into E/A 5 & BIN versions, puts into a ZIP and automatically returns it to the user.

 

Essentially all the user does is upload, everything else is handled for the user.

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Are we talking about tokenizing the text of an Extended Basic program, or about compiling the Extended Basic program to machine language?

 

Both, I guess, but I forgot about the tokenizing. Didn't someone write an online tokenizer?

 

[edit]  Yes, this: http://nivelleringslikaren.eu/ti994a_basic/

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