CPUsim

Sim8085 is a online development environment for writing Intel 8085 microprocessor code. It can assemble, debug 8085 assembly code and simulate the 8085 microprocessor.

The simulator has two parts, an assembler (built using PEGjs) which translates 8085 assembly code to machine code and a 8085 microprocessor simulator (written in C and compiled to JS using Emscripten) which executes machine code. This web application is a graphical interface for the simulator.

CPU: SIMカード スロット: ディスプレイ: 6.5インチ/ HD+(1600×720)/TFT-LCD / Gorilla Glass 3+ 電話機アダプター×1/ イヤフォン×1/ 保護ケース×1 / USBデータケーブル Type-C×1/ クイックガイド×1/ 安全ガイド×1/ SIMカードスロット用ピン×1/ 保護フィルム(貼付済み)×1. Sim8085 is a online development environment for writing Intel 8085 microprocessor code. It can assemble, debug 8085 assembly code and simulate the 8085 microprocessor.

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Currently the application is in alpha stage and lot remains to be done to make it a joy to use. If you want to contribute to please fork the source code repository.

Source code and Reporting Bugs

The complete source for this application is available on GitHub. Please report any bugs on the Github issue tracker.

Credits and License

Sim8085 was originally developed by Debjit Biswas. It would not be possible to improve the quality and correctness of the emulator without the bugs reported by individuals. Big thanks, to all bug reporters and contributors.

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All source code and contents of this application are licensed under BSD 3-Clause.

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Sim8085 is built with with Emscripten, PEG.js, Elm, CodeMirror and Bootstrap. A lot of inspiration has been taken from GNUSim8085 and FRISCjs.

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CppSim/VppSim is free for academic and commercial use, and the install file includes all files necessary to run CppSim/VppSim along with supporting programs such as NGspice and the PLL Design Assistant. However, it is also useful to separately install Python, Octave, or Matlab® in order to improve post-processing capability on the simulation results of CppSim/VppSim. No warranty or support is provided with this software.

Windows 10/8/7/Vista/Xp (247MB)

MacOS (Sierra to Mojave) (320MB)

MacOS (Beta for Catalina) (1.12GB) - See Catalina Note below

Linux Redhat/Centos Enterprise 5 (166MB)

Installation:

Windows - Double-click on the downloaded file setup_cppsim5.exe
(See note below on also installing Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package)
Mac OS X - Double-click on the downloaded file CppSimMacInstall.dmg
(For Ngspice, also install XQuartz: see xquartz.org webpage)
Linux - Extract the downloaded file cppsim_linux_install.tar.gz and update .bashrc file
(You must also have Tcl/Tk, Wine, zlib, and g++ compiler installed on your system)

For all of the above, read the CppSim/VppSim Primer found on the Manuals web page for more detailed installation instructions.

After Installation:

Read the CppSim/VppSim Primer found on the Manuals web page, and look through the FAQ page for additional information.

Note:

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For the Windows version of CppSim, some computers require installation of the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86) in order to run NGspice. This is a small set of DLL files, and can be downloaded and installed directly from Microsoft's website at:
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=29

macOS Catalina Note:

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After install, you'll need to run the following commands in Terminal:
sudo xattr -rds com.apple.quarantine /Applications/CppSimView.app
sudo xattr -rds com.apple.quarantine /Applications/PllDesign.app
sudo xattr -rds com.apple.quarantine ~/CppSim