This project is hardly usable ATM. It is going to be a small&fast MIPS32 emulator at one point.
Right now, only a handful of instructions are understood by the emulator. I'm aiming for 100% test coverage, so I'm progressing slowly but steadily.
Right now the master branch is very unstable. Once I have a stable version, I'll stop blindly commiting into the master branch and only merge once a feature is complete and the overall lib is usable.
First stable version is a version that emulates a MIPS version correctly (probably R2000).
Currently, the greatest program it can run is a fibonacci generator :).
Use premake to generate a suitable makefile/project file.
As Ubuntu/Debian package names, you can probably copy-paste these to install them on these distros): libboost-dev
- googletest 1.6 from http://code.google.com/p/googletest (compile&place gtest and gtest_main static library files into thirdparty/lib)
premake4 gmake make config=release
To run the unit tests, execute:
from the root directory of the project. The unit tests use binary programs from ./testmips folder (i.e. current working directory/testmips). It won't work if you cd into that folder.