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Or1ksim: The OpenRISC 1000 Architectural Simulator ================================================== What is this stuff? =================== This is OpenRISC 1000 architectural simulator. See the file COPYING for copying permission. To contact the authors, see the AUTHORS file. This simulator loads an assembly file for one of the both architectures and it simulates the operation of instructions. Pre-requisites ============== The GNU toolchain for OpenRISC 1000 is required to compile programs for use with Or1ksim. Instructions how to build these GNU tools can be found on www.opencores.org Both the tool chain and DejaGnu are need to run the test suite. Installation ============ See the file INSTALL for generic installation instructions. Full details are in the user guide, which can be found in the 'doc' subdirectory. GNU Tools ========= Instructions how to build GNU tools can be found on www.opencores.org, or in the Embecosm Application Note EAN2: "The OpenCores OpenRISC 1000 Simulator and Tool Chain: Installation Guide" <www.embecosm.com/download/ean2.html>. Simulator test ============== Or1ksim can be tested with "make check", but this requires the GNU tool chain to be installed (using the same target specification) and DejaGNU to be installed. Full details of the tests can be found in the 'testsuite' sub-directory. Help ==== Run sim with --help option for list of command line options and help in interactive mode, to list the commands. A user guide may be found in the 'doc' sub-directory. If doxygen and dot are installed, structured documentation of the code base may be obtained by running the command: doxygen doxygen.config from the top level directory. OpenRISC and OpenCores ====================== This project is licensed under the GNU Public License version 3. See the file COPYING for details. About the same idea as with GNU project except we want free and open source IP (intellectual property) cores. We design open source, synthesizable cores. OpenRISC is one such core. It is a 32-bit RISC microprocessor that will run GNU/Linux. For more information visit us at http://www.opencores.org. Upated by Jeremy Bennett (firstname.lastname@example.org) 22 June 2010