[announce] QEMU x86 emulator version 0.1
weigand at immd1.informatik.uni-erlangen.de
Mon Mar 24 18:29:12 CST 2003
> Yes, it is just to change the binary base address. My futur plan is to
> build an "executable shared library" like ld.so and to relocate it
> dynamically as soon as I know where the ELF file wants to be mapped.
Ah, I see.
> > - The test-i386 case gives differing results (even on i386)
> > for several sh[lr]dw cases and for sin(2.0) ...
> For sh[lr]dw I discovered yesterday it is *really* CPU dependent as
> mentionned in the intel doc if the shift is >= 16 (I am using a K6).
> Strange for sin(2.0).
The sin(2.0) case is now fixed, strange indeed.
But I've got another miscompare, this time with bsfw:
-bsfw A=12340128 R=12340003 0
+bsfw A=12340128 R=00000003 0
However, this appears to be a test case bug:
#define TEST_BSX(op, size, op0)\
int res, val, resz;\
val = op0;\
asm("xorl %1, %1 ; " #op " %" size "2, %" size "0 ; setz %b1" \
: "=r" (res), "=q" (resz)\
: "g" (val));\
printf("%-10s A=%08x R=%08x %d\n", #op, val, resz ? 0 : res, resz);\
Note that when using 16-bit operations, the "=r" (res) is actually
invalid, because the assembler code will leave the upper 16-bit
undefined. I'd suggest setting res to a defined value before
the asm and using "+r" (res).
> Yes. A new version is at http://bellard.org/qemu. I provided a binary
> install for glibc and wine. I tested /bin/ls succesfully on PowerPC with
> dynamic linking. On i386, wine works for some command line windows
> programms, but it terminates with a segfault...
Great; /bin/ls works on s390 as well!
Dr. Ulrich Weigand
weigand at informatik.uni-erlangen.de
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