PDP-10 emulation

From: Megan <mbg_at_world.std.com>
Date: Sat Apr 15 17:12:29 2000

>I have a PDP-10 emulator in progress. It doesn't do anything useful yet
>and is loaded with bugs. I haven't made any progress on it since last
>year around October. You can get it from http://bony.umtec.com

>Ken Harrenstien and Stu Grossman hasve both had KL emulators for a long
>time, but neither of them is released.

>Bob Supnik was working on one but I don't know what ever happened to it.

>That's all of the ones I can think of right now... I think mine's the
>only one that's ever been released, but I'm not sure.

There's mine... I haven't had the time to do anything with it
recently, but I have a fair number of instructions working. PI
doesn't work yet, and the only devices which sortof work are
the CTY, CLK, PTR and PTP. I've got some -10 code which it
executes built into the program so I can test instruction
speed... about 500k eips (emulated instructions per second) on
a 6x86...

I'm basing mine on Bob Supnik's simulation control package, which is
really nice in itself.

                                        Megan Gentry
                                        Former RT-11 Developer

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