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stanleyhuang



Right now I am develop an Arduino simulator which performs API-level simulation so that debugging is possible on host PC. An agent will developed to run on Arduino boards to interact with the host simulation program.
http://www.arduinodev.com/arduino-simulator/


To correct you on wording as I was corrected by GoForSmoke, from your source code names I am thinking that you are doing an emulator with a PC host. What you are doing doesn't seem to be simulation:


I am not going to develop an emulator for Arduino because I am not going to emulate the hardware but just to implement API-level simulation which I think is more useful than an emulator.

liudr

Stanly,

Put some more details on your site. I could not find what you are doing. I am not sure simulation is more useful all the time, maybe true for understanding hardware but not so for debugging c++ based software. One needs little details of register and flags in c++ codes. Just my 2 cents.

rom

I simulate Arduino board with Proteus software. I simulated examples here :http://hi.baidu.com/hyper99/blog/item/ee0e9b2f45873a341e308969.html.

Rom Huang


liudr


I simulate Arduino board with Proteus software. I simulated examples here :http://hi.baidu.com/hyper99/blog/item/ee0e9b2f45873a341e308969.html.

Rom Huang




Could you clarify what Proteus is? A search had too many hits. What is it?

sixeyes


Could you clarify what Proteus is? A search had too many hits. What is it?

Check out:

http://www.labcenter.com/products/vsm_overview.cfm

Iain

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