I have put together an 8051 simulator. It's slow but hardware accurate (as it's compiled from a verilog model) and includes a simple debugger.
AVRjs now has separate pages for each MCU. This allows better support for differing features between them and is more link-friendly.
It also now supports messing with the boot vector and interrupt vector table.
Simulate netorks of symmetrical FETs, for use on my cluster.
Get all that optimisation for free! Well... with a little effort.
Watch my progress building and setting up a low cost compute cluster.
AVRjs now supports the ATmega328.
Have now merged my GNU make arithmetic library with GMSL.
You can now do arbitrary signed maths natively in GNU Make (if you really want to).
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