From: Borut Razem <borut.razem@si...> - 2003-07-27 17:41:15
I managed to port gpsim - Gnu Pic Simulator, a simulator for Microchip's PIC
http://www.dattalo.com/gnupic/gpsim.html, written by Scott Dattalo and
using Visual Studio .NET (7.1) on WIN32.
- no GUI
- no readline support (but basic line editing woks anyway ;-)
- no ICD support (I don't have the hardware. If there is someone willing to
test the results
of my coding, I can try to port this piece of code too)
- modules probably don't work
Why I did it:
I'm mainly interested on PIC target of SDCC compiler. But if I want to test
code, I need a simulator (I'm too lazy to burn a PIC each time I want to
test the code ;-).
My primary development platform is Windows, so...
And I like the idea to have all tools on all platform.
Currently I just managed to compile the gpsim and to get the gpsim> command
line prompt ;-).
Next steps are:
- run some simulations from gpsim examples directory
- apply the changes to the gpsim CVS:
- some changes in source files
- some new files and directories are added
- create an executable, which will be available on the WEB
- go back to SDCC and do some work on PIC target (with Scott's permission
What I need:
After testing the WIN32 gpsim port, I would like to apply the changes to
Scott, do you agree with this? Should I send you the patches, or will you
developer permissions on gpsim project?