TISync
TISync
1.0a

0.0

TISync free download for Mac

TISync

1.0a
11 February 2004

Synch your TI-89/92/Voyage200 to your iCal.

Overview

TISync is a program that sychronizes the Texas Instruments organizer applications with a Personal Information Manager (PIM) on a personal computer. Currently the following three PIMS are supported:
  • Mac: iCal
  • Linux: Evolution
  • Windows: Outlook

The calculators supported in this release are the TI-89, TI-92, and the Voyage 200. The program will initially make an exact replica of all contacts and calendar events on both machines. After this initial transfer, any changes to one contact or event on one platform will change the contact or event on the other machine as well upon synchronization.

2 TISync Reviews

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David Alan Hjelle
12 February 2004

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I was pretty stoked about using this program; however, I found that it gave me an "(IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/Users/dahjelle/Library/Calendars/TI.ics')" error when loading, even if I had created a "TI" group in iCal. My problem was that I have my home directory on a separate partition. Therefore, the above path won't work...I think the program needs to use something like "~/Library/Calendars/..." to work properly. Hope that helps the developers!
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Version 1.0a
David Alan Hjelle
12 February 2004
I was pretty stoked about using this program; however, I found that it gave me an "(IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/Users/dahjelle/Library/Calendars/TI.ics')" error when loading, even if I had created a "TI" group in iCal. My problem was that I have my home directory on a separate partition. Therefore, the above path won't work...I think the program needs to use something like "~/Library/Calendars/..." to work properly. Hope that helps the developers!
Like
Version 1.0a
David Alan Hjelle
12 February 2004
I was pretty stoked about using this program; however, I found that it gave me an "(IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/Users/dahjelle/Library/Calendars/TI.ics')" error when loading, even if I had created a "TI" group in iCal. My problem was that I have my home directory on a separate partition. Therefore, the above path won't work...I think the program needs to use something like "~/Library/Calendars/..." to work properly. Hope that helps the developers!
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Version 1.0a
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App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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