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The rows in the mix output histograms come in two flavors. The rows that begin with "*" are meta-categories which sum up the data in different ways. Here are descriptions of some of the meta categories:*scalar-simd anything with the XED_ATTRIBUTE_SIMD_SCALAR including AVX and SSE operations. The instructions that operate on one vector element and whose iclass name ends with "SS" or "SD" have this attribute.*sse-scalar any SSE instruction with the XED_ATTRIBUTE_SIMD_SCALAR*sse-packed any SSE instruction without the XED_ATTRIBUTE_SIMD_SCALAR*avx-scalar Any AVX instruction with the attribute XED_ATTRIBUTE_SIMD_SCALAR*avx128 Any AVX instruction with a 128b vector length but without the XED_ATTRIBUTE_SIMD_SCALAR*avx256 Any AVX instruction with a 256b vector length*avx512 Any AVX instruction with a 512b vector length.*mem-atomic Atomic memory operations*stack-read Stack reads*stack-write Stack writes*iprel-read IP-relative memory reads*iprel-write IP-relative memory writes*mem-read-1 Memory read, 1 byte*mem-read-2 Memory read, 2 bytes*mem-read-4 Memory read, 4 bytes*mem-read-8 Memory read, 8 bytes*mem-write-1 Memory write, 1 byte*mem-write-2 Memory write, 2 bytes*mem-write-4 Memory write, 4 bytes*mem-write-8 Memory write, 8 bytes*isa-ext-BASE The "BASE" ISA-extension (generic group of instructions. Base includes much of the older instructions*isa-ext-LONGMODE The set of instructions added with Intel64. These may be 32b or 64b instructions*isa-set-I186 ISA "set" is a categorization of instructions in the BASE ISA-extension. I186 includes instructions introduced on the 80186 processor.*isa-set-I386 ISA "set" is a categorization of instructions in the BASE ISA-extension. I386 includes instructions introduced on the 80386 processor.*isa-set-I486REAL ISA "set" is a categorization of instructions in the BASE ISA-extension. I486REAL includes instructions introduced on the 80486 processor and valid in REAL mode.*isa-set-I86 ISA "set" is a categorization of instructions in the BASE ISA-extension. I86 includes instructions introduced on the 8086 processor.*isa-set-LONGMODE ISA "set" is a categorization of instructions in the LONGMODE ISA-extension. LONGMODE includes instructions introduced with Intel64 mode.*isa-set-PENTIUMREAL ISA "set" is a categorization of instructions in the BASE ISA-extension. PENTIUMREAL includes instructions introduced with Pentium and valid in REAL mode.*isa-set-PPRO ISA "set" is a categorization of instructions in the BASE ISA-extension. PPRO includes instructions introduced with the PentiumPro.*lock_prefix Instructions with a 0xF0 LOCK prefix*rep_prefix Instructions with a 0xF3 REP prefix*repne_prefix Instructions with a 0xF2 REPNE prefix*osz_prefix Instructions with a 0x66 prefix*rex_prefix Instructions with a REX prefix (includes the following 4 cases). REX prefixes can be sued without any of the following 4 bits set as well.*rexw_prefix Instructions with a REX prefix with the REX.W bit set*rexr_prefix Instructions with a REX prefix with the REX.R bit set*rexx_prefix Instructions with a REX prefix with the REX.X bit set*rexb_prefix Instructions with a REX prefix with the REX.B bit set*one-memops Instructions with one memory operation*two-memops Instructions with two memory operations*disp_only Instructions with a memory operation that addresses memory without using a base register or index register -- just a displacement.*base_index Instructions with a memory operation that addresses meory using a base and index register, but without a displacement.*base_index_disp Instructions with a memory operation that addresses memory using a base, index and displacement.*scale_1 Number of instructions with a scale=1 for the index register*scale_2 Number of instructions with a scale=2 for the index registern*scale_4 Number of instructions with a scale=4 for the index register*scale_8 Number of instructions with a scale=8 for the index register*memdisp8 Memory operations with 8-bit displacements*memdisp32 Memory operations with 32-bit displacements
To download the debugger tools for previous versions of Windows, you need to download the Windows SDK for the version you are debugging from theWindows SDK and emulator archive. In the installation wizard of the SDK, select Debugging Tools for Windows, and deselect all other components.
Emu8086 is a Microprocessor Emulator with an integrated 8086 Assembler and Free Tutorial. Emulator runs programs on a Virtual Machine, it emulates real hardware, such as screen, memory and input/output devices.
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These are ready made packages, together with an install program, to get you up and running in no time. All packages contain a README file, which you should read for installation instructions and latest news. The latest release is 3.2.2. Because of a lack of release builders and testers, 3.2.2 is only available for a limited number of platforms and not in all package formats. If you want to change this and build and test future releases, contact us via the mailing lists.Binaries You can download the 3.2.2 release for the following cpu and operating systems: ARM Linux Android Windows CE Game Boy Advance Nintendo DS AROS ARM64 (aarch64) Linux Android macOS Intel x86/i386 Windows 32-bit (and a cross-compiler ARM/MIPS/i386-Android) Linux Mac OS X/OS X/macOS (and cross-compilers for ARM64, PowerPC(64), iOS & iPhoneSimulator, JVM/Java and JVM/Android). FreeBSD Solaris OS/2 (and eComStation) DOS (GO32v2 extender) Haiku AROS AMD64/Intel 64/x86_64 Windows 64-bit Linux Mac OS X/OS X/macOS (and cross-compilers for PowerPC(64)/Mac OS X, iOS & iPhoneSimulator, JVM/Java and JVM/Android). FreeBSD Solaris Intel i8086 MS-DOS PowerPC AmigaOS AIX Linux Mac OS X MorphOS Nintendo Wii PowerPC64 AIX Linux Mac OS X PowerPC64 Little Endian Linux SPARC Linux Solaris MIPS Linux MIPSEL Linux (Experimental, not tested) Motorola 68k Amiga Linux Source The source can be downloaded separately in a zip file or a tar.gz from one of the download sites. Documentation The documentation can be downloaded in several formats from one of our download sites.
Originally 86-DOS, written by Tim Paterson of Seattle Computer Products, DOS was a rough clone of CP/M for 8086 based hardware. Microsoft purchased it and licensed it to IBM for use with Microsoft's IBM PC language products. In 1982, Microsoft began licensing DOS to other OEMs that ported it to their custom x86 hardware and IBM PC clones.
See the Sourceforge download page for the last released version including source and binary packages for Linux - amd64, Microsoft Windows - x86, Microsoft Windows - amd64 and Mac OS X - ppc and amd64.
Major Linux distributions take care of SDCC installation packages themselves and you will find SDCC in their repositories. Unfortunately SDCC packages included in Linux disributions are often outdated. In this case users are encouraged to compile the latest official SDCC release or a recent snapshot build by themselves or download the pre-compiled binaries from Sourceforge download page.
If you do not need all cores for the guest, it would then be preferable to leave at the very least one core for the host. Choosing which cores one to use for the host or guest should be based on the specific hardware characteristics of your CPU, however Core 0 is a good choice for the host in most cases. If any cores are reserved for the host, it is recommended to pin the emulator and iothreads, if used, to the host cores rather than the VCPUs. This may improve performance and red