Command Post is a tool that aids in the creation and debugging of Flash Applications.
It was written by a developer for developers. Much attention to detail has been
given to this project. I have designed the menu system, and keystrokes needed
to run this
application to be the same for the TI-89 and the TI-92 Plus. All dialogs
in this application allow the var-link, and alpha-lock is automatically turned
edit boxes that require numerical input. Additionally, all text boxes allow valid
numerical and/or algebraic expressions; you are not limited to entering the number
35, for example, you could enter it as 30+6-x where x is equal to one and still
get 35 as the final result.
Command Post will simplify your input, and perform the requested action after
key to dismiss the dialog. The hex editor and disassembler both utilize a double
flickering as well as several other optimizations to make Command Post as fast
Furthermore, I have tried to design the interface so that commonly used functions
are readily available to you, the user. Throughout this entire project, I have
tried to apply the KISS principle,
and I hope you agree that it is as simple as it can be for a project of this size
If you stumble across any undocumented feature (i.e. a bug), please email
me! For the same reason, if you have a feature request, do not hesitate to
ask. There are a number of additions planned for the next release of Command
Post including a disassembler, and improved hex editing functions.