Originating from GDB/Armulator, the SkyEye project aims to provide an integrated simulation environment in Linux and Windows. It can currently simulate several popular embedded systems such as Atmel AT91 boards (from ARM7TDMI to ARM920T processors), ARM720T boards, StrongARM (SA1100/SA1110), and Xscale boards. It can run several operating systems such as ARM Linux, uClinux, and uc/OS-II (ucos-ii), and analyse or debug them at source level.
|Tags||Software Development Debuggers Embedded Systems Emulators|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX BSD Linux Unix|
Release Notes: This release adds initial support for pxa270, partial support for Mainstone LCD, and internal fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: A new device framework was implemented, with improved Dynamic Binary Code Translation. SkyEye is now standalone software which can use the RSP protocol to talk with gdb. Its sources no longer have to ship gdb, and are thus much smaller.
No changes have been submitted for this release.