Thank You


My TI-Nspire, one of the earliest production model of the blue Clickpad TI-Nspire is getting old… Mid-2007 I started to work with Romain Liévin on the reverse engineering of the USB protocol that made the TI-calc linking program TiLP able to talk to the TI-Nspire.

Today I’m proud to see Ndless and Luna power Lua, ARM, C and C++ programs each one more exciting than the last. This free software was possible thanks to community collaboration but also donations.

As Jim Bauwens sends me a TI-Nspire CX CAS that will make testing on real hardware easier for me, I want to thank you, from Switzerland to Mexico for your contributions, including Benoît Garrone, Mark Mäkinen, Rodrigo Carrillo, Sebastian Wolf and Marcel Maeder.


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