Wouldn't it be nice to have modern, structured Extended Basic on your TI-99/4a ? No need for GOTO's anymore? Using a Windows PC Editor and safe your work directly to a FIAD Disk, ready to use from an emulator with a stock Extended Basic module?
Well, here it is. I am happy to present you TiCodEd. It offers:
Modern Basic without line numbers
Translation to Standard Extended Basic
Saving of files in tokenized format in FIAD
Simply one EXE file, no run-time or installation required
You can have much more comfort in editing your source, enjoy a good readable format with indention and without line numbers, but structured elements like REPEAT-UNTIL and WHILE-ENDWHILE, in addition to labels. With one click this can not only be converted to Standard Extended Basic, but also written to TIFILES in tokinized format to be directly used by an emulator like Classic99 using OLD DSKx.<yourfile>.
Your program is working perfect? TiCodEd can also write the program in MERGE format for direct use in ISABELLA to be compiled.
Download the latest Version of TiCodEd here:
What's new in Version 1.1?
Help Menu and configurable font-size
Support for Libraries
Extended Error-Checking: Subroutine-Names and reserved words from ISABELLA
Packages for convenient use of XB256, T40XB and XB 2.7, RXB 2020
8 additional examples including a small XB256 demo
Not convinced yet? You can have a look in the updated manual first. Lazarus Source is included, released under BSD License.
For questions and comments you can reach me by mail ticoded (at) lizardware.de.