Project Information

TIGCC is mainly a C compiler for the Texas Instruments TI-89, TI-89 Titanium, TI-92 Plus and Voyage 200 calculators. It is based on GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection. The current lead maintainer is Kevin Kofler.

Although TIGCC and the TI-Chess Team (TICT) do not really relate to each other, TICT has made many nice and useful open-source programs and a lot of contributions to TIGCC, without which TIGCC would not be what it is today. Credits go to Thomas Nussbaumer, the main author of everything released by the TI-Chess Team.

Romain Liévin of the Linux Programmer Group has written a nice document about the internals of TIGCC.

Want to know more about TIGCC? The info section of the manual would be a good place to start.

Team Members

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No Photo Available Xavier Vassor, from the Doors Team, was the founder of the TIGCC project. He wrote the original linker (link.exe), which is no longer used.
No Photo Available Zeljko Juric is the original developer of the TIGCC Library, which provides an interface to many TIOS functions and some advanced routines. He also wrote the documentation.
Kevin Kofler is the current lead maintainer of TIGCC, responsible for all the tools currently included in TIGCC.
Sebastian Reichelt is the developer of the IDE, and was the maintainer of the compiler for quite some time.
No Photo Available Jean Canazzi made the original changes to the compiler, which were necessary to interface with the TIOS properly.
No Photo Available Niklas Brunlid fixed some bugs in the original, no longer used linker, and made some additions as well.
Philipp Winkler converted the documentation to the HTML Help format and created an index.

Looking for an IDE Maintainer

We're currently looking for a maintainer for the TIGCC IDE, as well as the tigcc.exe command line compiler. As these components are written in Delphi, a working Delphi 6 or higher installation and basic Delphi skills are required. If you are interested, contact Kevin Kofler or post on our message board.

The original site logo has been designed by Mike J of His proposed layout also inspired the current one.