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Michael Sheldon (mike at mikeasoft dot com)

October 2, 2005

More AberSim Work
Mike @ 8:37 pm

AberSim is now starting to become roughly usable as an editor and simple simulating environment. It handles 68HC11 ASM syntax nicely, allows you to specify the speed of processor execution and displays the state of various registers in the processor. I still need to display the state of the processor’s outputs, create a pretty graphical representation of the processor, add support for break points and provide support for custom hardware. I plan to expose the processor’s inputs and outputs via network sockets, allowing people to write hardware simulators in any language they like and handle any graphical output themselves.

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