Fantastic!!! Which infrastructure does it run on? Google Cloud or something else? From: Bobby Bruce via gem5-dev Sent: Monday, July 27, 2020 7:54 PM To: gem5 Developer List Cc: Bobby Bruce Subject: [gem5-dev] The Nightly Build system is now Live (Compiler tests
I would just use JIRA. But after that, Discourse is the second best. And anything is better than a mailing list :-) From: Jason Lowe-Power via gem5-dev Sent: Tuesday, June 9, 2020 11:40 PM To: gem5 Developer List Cc: gem5 users mailing list ; Jason Lowe-Power
Gabe, I just want to say, I would be REALLY happy if those monolithic files were split up somehow, to improve rebuild times and not crash my debuggers/IDEs, if someone manages that it would be amazing. I was also thinking about the scons approach you mentioned, where we can generate one
For the gdbserver approach, I haven't found a guest to host networking possibility in gem5 yet: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48941494/how-to-do-port-forwarding-from-guest-to-host-and-vice-versa-in-gem5 but maybe I missed it. For a non-gdbserver approach, have you tried add-symbol-file as
So this adds a new ISA is that correct? I say add it to the main tree, it could serve as a good small ISA example. Is it running ROMs fine? Is the simulation fast enough for interactive play? Wiki says it run at 1MHz so its just about what Atomic does, so I'm guessing it could.
At https://gem5-review.googlesource.com/c/public/gem5/+/28630/1 I have created a patchset to optionally reduce the size of stats.txt by making some simple reductions that users can enable from the command line (namely: remove alignment spaces, dumping only stats under selected SimObject