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A shell that is based on plug-ins, 3 of which are included (~EXTRAS ~FOLDERS ~QWIKVUE).
A nice small shell that allows for program deletion and contrast changing. 455 bytes.
|bugos.zip||38k||00-01-16||BugOS v0.3.3 Beta|
BugOS is a neat shell for the TI86 with a very comfortable interface.
|calcos.zip||9k||02-01-01||CalcOS version 3|
Same as CalcOS version 2 but is 89 bytes smaller than version 2 and has one update. The only thing that has changed is that you can press Alpha to turn the calc off and Graph to turn off the calc and start the highlighted program when you turn the calc back on.
My latest shell. This shell displays 24 programs as apposed to the 1 that my previous shells displayed.
|dinkyshell.zip||1k||00-04-15||Dinky Shell v3.0|
Same as Dinky Shell 2.1 but only 294 bytes!!!!! Enjoy.
Emanon v0.8 with aplets
|fileman.zip||21k||99-12-25||File Manager 1.2|
File utility shell that allows running, copying, renaming, deleting, edit-locking, and converting between strings and programs. Crash protection preserves your memory after a program crashes.
an asm shell for the 86 to run asm
iShell is an advanced shell for the TI-86 with external datatype support, renameable folders, deleting, hiding, reorganizing, password shutdown, memory locking, battery power detection, an options menu which allows you to adjust contrast, shutdown, take screenshots, or escape back to the shell while running a program, and more. Uses the YAS engine.
|ksc.zip||23k||03-08-26||Key ShortCuttrer 2.0|
This is a shell where the most important thing is that you shouldn't have to press many keys to run your programs. The shell uses the YAS engine and has all the cool features found in other shells.
|libshell.zip||5k||00-04-11||Library Shell v1.0|
The first shell to support libraries for the 86, thereby cutting down on used memory
|microsh.zip||1k||98-08-16||Micro Shell v2.0|
Now only 81 bytes
|mse.zip||29k||99-11-09||MSE v5.0 Beta|
Now includes variable renaming, password protection, and a simple filesystem allowing for nested folders.
The smallest shell for the 86. Now only 63 bytes! Runs both Basic and ASM programs, fully functional.
|os.zip||2k||02-11-23||OS vr 1.1|
OS vr 1.1 fixes a bug. View ReadMe for details.
|rascall.zip||87k||98-01-23||Rascall v0.9 with TI-85 Emulation|
|seklorea.zip||38k||05-05-06||Seklorean OS [23:00 05/05/05]|
What's new... look at smiley.zip for a sprite example. Read the help files for everything else ;-) or email me. SP is the sprite string (1st 2 bytes defining size), W is a real number 0-1023 (offset from top-left corner of screen.
My attempt at making a shell (Program selector and executor). This was adapted heavily from the TI85 Usgard Simple Shell. The purpose was to illustrate a tutorial at the above web site.
the smallest shell publicly released at 75,77,or 97 bytes (depending on version) very stripped of features, of course
|ti86no8k.zip||14k||00-07-20||Large ASM v0.8|
NO MORE STUPID 8k BARRIER! Yes, the barrier has been broken! This program CAN be modified to accomodate 32k ASM programs(no ROM calls), this edition supports ROM calls and 16k ASM programs.
It is the latest update to the shell for those who have seen it before. Allows execution of ASM and BASIC programs. Has a classification of the files by files! Has the possibility of using the optimized programs.
Tinux is an assembly shell which allows you to run basic programs and assembly programs. you can put your files into folders and put folders into folders... you can use optimised programs. Part of those programs can be run in a window and you can
|yas.zip||31k||03-07-16||Yet Another Shell 2.21|
YAS is a set of resources for shell developers, intended to handle most of a shell's internal workings. Some sample programs are included, but most most users will probably be more interested in iShell or the newer KSC, which use YAS as a base.
Couple of new bug fixes. Now works with Mario, Penguins and Arkanoid.