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'DOS-based PIC Emulator'
1997\01\29@104945 by Martin McCormick

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       Is there a PIC emulator around that runs in DOS and uses nice ugly
standard output?  It should be sort of like running the BUFFALO monitor
in the Motorola 68HC11 evaluation board.  It lets one single-step through
a program and produces output in line mode with each step.  If it uses standard
output, you can redirect it to a printer or a file from the DOS command line.

       This does not have to be any kind of in-circuit-emulator.  I just
want to watch code run through it before using up any reprogram cycles.

Martin McCormick

1997\01\29@112958 by Luigi Rizzo

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>         Is there a PIC emulator around that runs in DOS and uses nice ugly
> standard output?  It should be sort of like running the BUFFALO monitor
> in the Motorola 68HC11 evaluation board.  It lets one single-step through
> a program and produces output in line mode with each step.  If it uses
standard
> output, you can redirect it to a printer or a file from the DOS command line.

you can try the simulator available from my home page.

       Cheers
       Luigi
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1997\01\29@153846 by myke predko

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>        Is there a PIC emulator around that runs in DOS and uses nice ugly
>standard output?  It should be sort of like running the BUFFALO monitor
>in the Motorola 68HC11 evaluation board.  It lets one single-step through
>a program and produces output in line mode with each step.  If it uses standard
>output, you can redirect it to a printer or a file from the DOS command line.
>
>        This does not have to be any kind of in-circuit-emulator.  I just
>want to watch code run through it before using up any reprogram cycles.

Hi Martin,

Have you looked at MPSIM on the Microchip Web Site?  It can be downloaded
under "Tools".  It seems to just use standard DOS calls for operation.

myke

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