Updated 2015-11-11 21:27:56 by Torsten

An HP-15C Simulator for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X edit


11.11.2015:

Version 3.4.00, build 5544, of the HP-15C Simulator has been released. It has native support for MS Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8.x, 10), Linux (x86) and Mac OS X (Intel/x86). The Tcl/Tk source code should run on all unixoid operating systems supported by Tcl/Tk 8.5.9 or newer.

Some highlights of this release:

  • Windows: Native 64bit version.
  • DM-15 support: Bug fixes and improved handling.
  • Documentation: Improved documentation dialogue and new options for the HTML export.

A detailed list can be found in the "Read Me & Release Notes" of the downloads.

It can be downloaded from the simulator home page.

Torsten

19.01.2014:

Version 3.3.00, build 5403, of the HP-15C Simulator has been released. It has native support for MS Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8.x), Linux (x86) and Mac OS X (Intel/x86). The Tcl/Tk source code should run on all unixoid operating systems supported by Tcl/Tk 8.5.x or newer.

This release fixes some minor bugs, brings a reviewed and improved help and 20% faster program execution. A detailed list can be found in the "Read Me & Release Notes" of the downloads.

It can be downloaded from the simulator home page.

Torsten

09.05.2013:

Version 3.2.00, build 5319, of the HP-15C Simulator has been released. It has native support for MS Windows (XP, Vista and 7), Linux (x86) and Mac OS X (Intel/x86). The Tcl/Tk source code should run on all unixoid operating systems supported by Tcl/Tk 8.5.x or newer.

The highlight in this release is the support for SwissMicros DM-15/DM-15CC card-size HP-15C clones. See the DM-15 section in the documentation for all details and how to enable the DM-15 support. Please note that the support is disabled by default!

It can be downloaded from the simulator home page.

Torsten

15.04.2012:

Version 3.1.00, build 5215, of the HP-15C Simulator has been released. It has native support for MS Windows (XP, Vista and 7), Linux (x86) and Mac OS X (Intel/x86). The Tcl/Tk source code should run on all unixoid operating systems supported by Tcl/Tk 8.5.x or newer.

It can be downloaded from the simulator home page.

Torsten

19.02.2012:

Version 3.0.00, build 5207, of the HP-15C Simulator has been released. It has native support for MS Windows (XP, Vista and 7), Linux (x86) and Mac OS X (Intel/x86). The Tcl/Tk source code should run on all unixoid operating systems supported by Tcl/Tk 8.5.x or newer.

Torsten

16.05.2011:

Version 2.0.03, build 5119, of the HP-15C simulator has been released. It supports MS Windows (2000, XP, Vista and 7), Linux (x86) and Mac OS X (Intel/x86).

It can be downloaded from the simulator home page.

Torsten

22.02.2011:

Version 2.0.02, Build 5106, of the HP-15C simulator has been released. It supports MS Windows (2000, XP, Vista and 7), Linux (x86) and Mac OS X (Intel/x86).

It can be downloaded from the simulator home page.

Torsten

29.08.2010:

Version 2.0.00 of the HP-15C simulator has been released. It can be downloaded from the simulator home page.

This version supports Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7, Linux x86 and - for the first time - Mac OS X (x86).

Mobile operating systems like PocketPC, Windows Mobile or Android are not supported.

Torsten

11.01.2010: A new bug fix release (Version 1.2.13) is available from the simulator home page: [1]

I'm currently working on a new major release which should be ready in a few weeks. This release will also run on Mac OS X!

Torsten

03.03.2009: A new bug fix release (Version 1.2.11) is available from the simulator home page: [2]

Torsten

Torsten Manz has written an HP-15C simulation entirely in Tcl/Tk.

The latest version (1.2.10) of the simulator is available from the simulator home page [3].

Since version 1.2.08 the simulator supports Windows Vista.

The version available from "The Museum of HP Calculators" is still outdated.

Torsten

08-05-2010: GS - Does it works under PocketPC/Windows Mobile ?

[jbsw] - 2012-08-16 01:06:07

Does the 15C emulator correct the DSE/ISG problem of the 15C ?

Torsten - 2012.09.03 Which problem do you mean?