From: Dave on 29 Oct 2006 16:51
Also, the whole Maple for WinCE with all files on the card amounted to
only 11 MB or so.
From: Veli-Pekka Nousiainen on 30 Oct 2006 18:07
> Maple V Release 4 was already ported to a WinCE Handheld around 1998:
How aboput the Bernard Parisse's new advanced CAS?
It's available to Linux systems - you need a QOnos like device
with a subset of Linus
(I'm still hoping for a CF/SD with full development system)
From: Bernard Parisse on 30 Oct 2006 02:10
Veli-Pekka Nousiainen wrote:
> Dave wrote:
>>Maple V Release 4 was already ported to a WinCE Handheld around 1998:
> How aboput the Bernard Parisse's new advanced CAS?
> It's available to Linux systems - you need a QOnos like device
> with a subset of Linus
> (I'm still hoping for a CF/SD with full development system)
Xcas works also on a wince device from a SD card where
Linux is installed, I should be able to release a new ARM
binary version of xcas (new interface)
before the end of the year. If you have a large enough SD
card, you can install a complete debian system, I could
even run arm gdb on the arm version of xcas. I could not
compile xcas on my arm device however because of lack
From: Jean-Yves Avenard on 30 Oct 2006 02:53
> Except for the TI-81, that was the biggest POS TI ever created, along
> with all its derivatives (83,84).
Tie TI83 and 84 are really calculators IMO, they suit their market and
They wouldn't sell so many of those machines if it was a *POS* ... They
sell more 83/84 than any HP machines or other TI calculators combined.
From: Jean-Yves Avenard on 30 Oct 2006 02:55
> HEY ! How do you write from the future ! You have Oct 30th on your
Be in a different time zone. It's been October 30th here for over 18
There are people located outside the US you know!