gxemul - Instruction-level machine emulator

GXemul is an experimental instruction-level machine emulator. It can be
used to run binary code for (among others) MIPS-based machines, regardless
of host platform. Several emulation modes are available. For some modes,
processors and surrounding hardware components are emulated well enough to
let unmodified operating systems (e.g. NetBSD) run as if they were running
on a real machine.
License:BSD Group:Development/Tools


Name Version Release Type Size Built
gxemul 0.4.6 1.fc6 src 2.09 MiB Thu Jul 5 17:54:26 2007


* Thu Jul 5 18:00:00 2007 Tom "spot" Callaway <tcallawa{%}redhat{*}com> 0.4.6-1
- bump to 0.4.6
* Wed Jan 17 17:00:00 2007 Tom "spot" Callaway <tcallawa{%}redhat{*}com> 0.4.3-1
- bump to 0.4.3
* Mon Sep 11 18:00:00 2006 Tom "spot" Callaway <tcallawa{%}redhat{*}com> 0.4.2-1
- bump to 0.4.2

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