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fxsdk lets you set up projects almost instantly with a default folder
structure and a working Makefile linking against gint for both fx-9860G and
fx-CG 50. You can then use it to build and transfer your add-ins to a
fxsdk only writes files at project creation time, so you keep control over
your build system and configuration - it just helps you get started faster.
fxg1a is a versatile g1a file editor that creates, edits and dumps the header
of fx-9860G add-ins files. It is used to build a g1a file out of a binary
fxconv is a tool that interacts specifically with gint. It converts data
files such as images and fonts into gint-specific format and embeds the result
into object files that expose a single variable.
fxos is a powerful disassembler and OS fiddling tool. It knows the structure
of OS files and can extract metadata, language information and syscalls through
a simple command-line interface.
defaults to your local home folder. You can also enable or disable tools.
Broadly, you will need:
fxsdkif you want to benefit from the automated project setup
fxg1aif you want to compile add-ins for fx-9860G
fxconvif you want to compile gint or develop add-ins with it
fxosif you want to disassemble or study OS dumps
--disable-<tool>. For a default build you need no arguments:
Then make and install as usual.
% make % make install
--help or by invoking each tool without arguments.