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Re: [avr-gcc-list] simulator

From: ChristoGeo
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] simulator
Date: Mon, 01 Oct 2001 08:34:16 -0700

I don't say too much here but I would suggest that any simulator out there be written in C not Python. Only thing worse would be TCL based.

I could write the opcodes in C for you if you desire. I write cpu cores all the time in C for pleasure


At 06:49 AM 10/1/2001 +0000, address@hidden wrote:

Sounds interesting :-)
Too bad I'm not familiar with Python, but I've been
"fooling around" with AVR:s for some time ...
And There's not too many (1--) AVR simulators for Linux ...
Sounds like a good enough reason to pick up Python ...

Have You got a web-page, or how do You plan to make
the code available ??

BR : Johan

BTW : Is 'pyhton' a typo, or am I completely lost ??

"Theodore A. Roth" <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi,
> I've been working on a simluator written in pyhton for the last couple of
> weeks. It's not near done yet, but I can already run programs that don't
> use the IO registers. Right now I'm working on hooks for the virtual
> connections to the IO pins of devices.
> I'm not sure if it could be accessed from gdb, but it has been in the back
> of my mind. Right now I'm only using assembly code to test it so as to
> keep the programs simple and be able to understand what's going on.
> So far, I've got the basics for the at90s1200, 4414 and 8515 going, but
> I've only been testing with the 8515. It should be easy to add new
> in the feature, since I've been designing it with that in mind.
> If anyone's interested, I'd be more than happy to make the code
> Ted Roth
> address@hidden
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