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The software packages for this class are installed in the Math Sciences Computing Center . The download files provided here are only needed if you are doing the course work on some other system.
SPIM 6.3a simulator
We have a custom version of the SPIM simulator which has been extended to do file open/read/write/close. This extension is only available in the PC version of SPIM. (but see below!) This extended version is intended ONLY for use in CSE 410, Autumn 2001, and is not supported by anyone for any other use.
The official SPIM page has the original version of the program and other useful information.
Unix version now available! Rachel Richard of our 410 class has rehosted the extended version of SPIM and compiled it to run on Unix systems. It has not been extensively tested on many systems, but she has compiled and run XSPIM using both Red Hat x86 and on a Mac running Yellow Dog 2.0 w/ kernel 2.4.x.
Note that there are apparently some differences in the flags that get passed to the file open call and so Rachel changed the flags in the skeleton. See filterBMP-skeleton-unix.s.
In class, I am using the Context editor as a programming editor. This editor has a MIPS assembly language highlighter available.
The home page for the Context editor is here.
Windows 2000 Scheduling Tools and examples
The tools and example configurations that I am using in class are available in a zip file.
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