This is a modified version of Jean-François Garnier's original "aLIFhdr" tool. It's now a Win32 console application with an additional option /T for converting a text file with <CR><LF> line delimiters into the LIF file type 1 (TEXT) format.
Front end for BZ49 which makes it easy to create self-extracting objects and auto-extracting strings. Based on Mika Heiskanen's HP 48 program, which was ported to the 49 by Christoph Giesselink and others.
A HP 48SX/GX card content Uploader/Downloader. This HP 48 programs allows you to upload and download the complete card content of any slot to and from the PC. You can use upload images i.e. as port file for the x48 or the Emu48 emulator.
Command line program to transfer a HP program file into Emu48. This program is especially made for developers which are using a customize editor and want to transfer the output file easily to Emu48 and for developers which want to add the interface into own applications. This update is necessary for recent versions of Emu28, Emu42 and Emu48.
Since Emu28 v1.19 of the Win32 version the saving location of the emulator settings changed from the Emu28.ini file to the registry at HKCU\Software\Emu28. So when you update Emu28 from v1.18 and earlier to the latest version you will lose all your settings. The program E28INI2REG.exe copies these settings automatically to the new location.
Since Emu42 v1.12 of the Win32 version the saving location of the emulator settings changed from the Emu42.ini file to the registry at HKCU\Software\Emu42. So when you update Emu42 from v1.11 and earlier to the latest version you will lose all your settings. The program E42INI2REG.exe copies these settings automatically to the new location.
Since Emu48 v1.49 of the Win32 version the saving location of the emulator settings changed from the Emu48.ini file to the registry at HKCU\Software\Emu48. So when you update Emu48 from v1.48 and earlier to the latest version you will lose all your settings. The program E48INI2REG.exe copies these settings automatically to the new location.
Emulator of the HP 42S, 28S, 27S, 32SII, 17BII, and 17B that runs on Pocket PC 2002, Windows Mobile 2003 (SE), 5.0, and 6 Professional (ARM platform). Includes KML scripts and bitmaps (skins) and source code, but no ROM dumps.
The latest version of the best HP 48/49/40/39/38 emulator for Win9x/NT4/2000/XP. Also has an assembly language disassembler and debugger. Includes an installer with all necessary scripts and graphics files, as well as GPL source code, but it requires a calculator ROM dump, downloadable separately.
Full installation package for the all-new emulator of the 38/39/40/48/49 that runs on Pocket PC 2002, Windows Mobile 2003, 5.0, and 6.0 Professional (ARM Platform). Now includes a WVGA bitmap and script for the 48GX and 49G. Based on Emu48 1.56 for Windows.
This is a package for converting BASIC programs in text format into keyboard macro files for the HP 71B calculator. This is a very convenient way to enter BASIC programs found on the Internet onto your emulated calculator.
HP 71B KML script collection as a 7-Zip archive with module overlay background images for 800x600 and 1024x768 display resolution. A big thank to HP-Collection for creating the background images. Requires Emu71 1.08 or later.
The program converts User RPL HP 48 binary files into HP 48 ASCII files with translation code 0. System RPL parts might look different from the HP 48. Using unknown objects, the program might lose synchronization. This is a beta version and should test the decoder engine.
Simulates the HP 82240B infrared printer. Works directly with Emu28, Emu42 and Emu48 over UDP. Also works with a 48 Series or a 49G calculator in wired mode over RS-232C or with a 48gII (USB version), a 49g+ or a 50g also in wired mode over the HP USB calculator driver. Runs on Windows 2000 or later.
A ROM Upload Aplet to upload the ROM content of a 39G/40G calculator to a PC. The Saturn assembler source code and a command line program to convert the output file into the Emu48 emulator format is included.
Standalone RPL decompiler for decoding RPL threads in the history of Voyager from Derek S. Nickel and SAD from Jan Brittenson in the early 90s. But Unrpl use a different approach, as it isn't an expert system like the other programs for decompiling a complete ROM image; it is only a very simple decompiler running for all RPL platforms. This is the big advantage of it, as it can decompile RPL objects from one of the first generation RPL platforms like that used by the 28C to the latest RPL generation introduced with the 49G.