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What CGEN-based tools are provided now?
- From: =?gb2312?B?5rEg578=?= <dam_wang at hotmail dot com>
- To: cgen at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 12:32:22 +0000
- Subject: What CGEN-based tools are provided now?
What tools based on CGEN are provided now? I have tried SID but I found at
last that maybe it's not useful on my work. Are there any more tools based
I see in CGEN's introduction, it provide a uniform framework and toolkit
for writing assemblers, disassemblers and simulators. I didn'd find any
document on how to write such tools based on CGEN, so it must be some tools
which has been written by GNU,I guess. What r them? Where can I get them?
Now my work is to find a way to simulator new CPUs.I have tried SID, but
seems to add a new CPU in it is too hard for me:firstly, it needs to
modify some files which is machine-generated, secondly, before the
simulation, I need a toolchain to generate the .x file--for arm maybe it's
nothing but a piece of cake ,but for a new CPU, it means to a lot of work!
There by, I must try another way.Are there any other CGEN-based simulator
provided by GNU now? Or how to write simulator based on CGEN myself?
Thanks for ur help!
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