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GNU 8085 Simulator

GNUSim8085 is a graphical simulator for the Intel 8085 microprocessor. It contains an inline assembler and a debugger.

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  •  22 Aug 2010 20:44

    Release Notes: The UI is now internationalized. Print support. An improved Windows installer with a multi-language interface. Experimental file handling with GIO APIs. The ability to show/hide the debugging sidepane. The assembler messages pane has been moved to the right to offer increased vertical editor screen space.

    •  18 Oct 2007 08:59

      Release Notes: GtkSourceView is now used as the editor component. GTK+ widgets are now used instead of GNOME widgets. The instruction added using the keypad now has single space (' ') instead of tabs ('\t') as the field separator. 'make distcheck' was fixed along with the Debian build. The configure script no longer exits silently after checking for GNOME. Missing keywords were included in the 8085asm.lang file. Bugs in the PCHL and DAA instructions were fixed.

      •  30 Jul 2006 19:13

        Release Notes: The text widget doesn't work in newer version of GNOME. This was fixed by updating to Scintilla 1.66. This release has a PUSH/POP PSW operation fix.

        •  31 Jan 2004 12:19

          Release Notes: This version adds translation support, fixes compilation errors in string.h, and removes gdk** function calls.

          •  31 Dec 2003 13:33

            Release Notes: A lot of instruction bugs were fixed. ACI, ADD/SUB instructions like add-with-carry, and all instructions that affect the carry flag were buggy and have been fixed. A fatal error in the callback for saving the listing windows was also fixed. Pango is now used for rendering labels.

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