What think about this?


Maybe time to change from emulator?

See that you can compile it for Windows (If I understand correctly)

A frien of mine give me the hint ;).

Have a nice day or night.

added some links to snapshoot.. or any like they are called


the last is a little large (at less for 56k ;) )

Posted on 2004-05-28 22:17:03 by rea
Yeah it would be interesting IF i could compile it for Windows -- as this is my primary development system for SolOS ..for now
Posted on 2004-05-28 23:27:26 by BogdanOntanu
I'm now looking deep into dynamic binary translation and want to implement this in my retargettable emulator (ProEmulator). This is a good example.
Posted on 2004-05-29 02:43:15 by optimus
I don't know how relevant to this thread or useful this might be for developers on this forum, but there are now PPC Mac emulators for running on Windows and Linux host platforms.

SheepShaver runs on many platforms, including x86 Linux distros but not Windows yet, letting the user run up to Mac OS 8.6 and appropriate software: http://www.uni-mainz.de/~bauec002/SheepShaver.html

PearPC is a new Mac emulator that allows running Mac OS X 10.1.x to 10.3.4 and appropriate software: http://pearpc.sourceforge.net

(I know that qemu is capable of running LinuxPPC binaries.)
Posted on 2004-05-29 03:08:19 by Masmer
Any ARM emulators?
Posted on 2004-05-29 03:15:33 by optimus
Well, I have the free Windows CE (ARM) emulator and eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0 and can compile simple Win32 API programs that run on the ARM emulator and my Dell Axim. But you probably already know about this emulator.


(I have PocketDOS with Masm 5.1 running on the Axim and am in the process of setting up Bochs For PocketPC with Win95 for Masm32 experimentation.)
Posted on 2004-05-29 04:10:15 by Masmer
It looks cool. But i think microsoft's WinCE emulator is an API-level emulator.
But what I need is a instruction-level emulator of ARM.
Posted on 2004-05-29 08:38:00 by optimus
Do you know about the ARMulator? (I didn't.)

From: http://www.kuro5hin.org/story/2002/12/14/94342/446
"I can get more precise timing of the algorithm or its parts by using the ARMulator, a microprocessor emulator that comes with ARM's development system. This allows me to execute ARM binaries under Windows, where I can get at them with a source code debugger. (There are open source ARM emulators available as well, but I haven't tried any of them yet.)"

ARMulator FAQ: http://www.arm.com/support/ARMulator.html
Posted on 2004-05-29 15:36:40 by Masmer
Yes, I've ever used it in ADS. But its source code is not available.
Posted on 2004-05-29 22:57:26 by optimus
The Nintendo? GameBoy Advance runs on an ARM right. This is with source and might be helpful.


Thomas Antony 8)
Posted on 2004-09-14 06:32:01 by thomasantony