Hardware simulator for debugging.
GUSS the Universal System Simulator simulates hardware to test, debug and profile software. It is (or will be) capable of running an operating system without any modification to the OS itself. This package is still in a very alpha state. Goals for the stable version include speed, host-independence, and the ability to simulate multiple processors, run system-level code, support complex memory hierarchives with minimal performance loss, gather statistics, allow symboling debuggers as frontends, and extend and configure the simulator using Scheme.
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released on 15 September 2003
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