I was wondering if someone could port TPT to the Nspire CX calculators. There already is SDL (nSDL), and the Nspire is powerful enough (in a sense) to run it...
How could this be possible?
I have an Nspire CX, though, so I could bugcheck.
The Nspire has 100mb of storage and 64mb of ram.
The Nspire has a touchscreen, but a smallish screen, so there should be a zoom function.
For selecting elements and menu buttons, the trackpad should be used.
For the views, you could use the number keys.
It would be hard to make local saves, so it should only be able to upload saves to the server.
The keyboard shortcuts for powder toy (pressing w to change gravity, etc.) would still be there.
There might be a reduced amount of tools and elements you could use (you could still see and interact with them on the screen, but you can't place them.
The console might not be there, to save space on the screen.
The Nspire doesn't have a touchscreen or actual WiFi. nDoom uses .wad.tns files; the application once built is smaller than 64MB!
And for the console; it could blank the screen and pause the simulation.
Fitting all the elements would be a stretch; using the elements list is possible, but hard.
It may be possible to put full TPT on the Nspire; just really hard.
(if someone can give me a modified SConstruct file for the CX, I'll build it!)
Oh, I thought it had a touchscreen. I was looking around google for information.